HP LiveSite Mobile Component Dev - Training Agenda Course Outline This course teaches the participant how to construct and test mobile components for a LiveSite site. You also create device-aware tags and learn to use them with HTML or CSS to construct device-responsive components. These techniques enable you to create web pages that respond to the user’s device characteristics to provide a responsive visitor experience tailored to their device. Course Overview Course Aspect Description Course Name HP LiveSite Mobile Component Dev Course Duration One-Day Audience TeamSite developers, consultants, and project managers. Training Format Practical hand-on course 70%, theory 30% with both a dedicated computer and training room. Fully documented student materials are provided, which lay out the tasks and lessons planned for each day. Type ILT, VILT, onsite Training Prerequisites Must have attended the TeamSite SitePublisher Component Development course. Must have XSL, HTML, and Cascading Style Sheet (CSS) coding experience and general TeamSite and SitePublisher knowledge. Suggested Skills Knowledge of various device characteristics and experience using a QR reader application. Miscellaneous Lunch & Refreshments are included for scheduled classroom training and small class sizes between 10 to 15 are maintained to provide adequate individual attention. Technical Diﬃculty Training Path 2 Contact Us e-mail: [email protected] Website: www.autonomy.com/training Training Agenda | HP LiveSite Mobile Component Dev | Page 2 of 5 1 - Training Agenda 1.1 Section 1 HP LiveSite Mobile Component Dev - Course Curriculum - Section 1 - Data Capture Development Lesson Description Overview of Mobile Objects and Previewing Mobile Objects • Identify the relationship between mobile objects • Preview mobile pages in an emulator • Preview mobile pages using a QR code Creating LiveSite Mobile Sites, Pages, and Templates • Identify mobile and regular (non-mobile) sites, pages, and templates • Set an HTML <meta> tag for a page Creating a Mobile Component • Create and test a mobile component Creating Device-Aware Tags and Using Them to Modify HTML in Components • Construct device-aware tags identifying targeted device types and capabilities • Write component code with HTML code blocks used for only some devices • Write component code with HTML element attributes overridden for only some devices Using Device-Aware Tags to Choose CSS Property Settings • Call a speciﬁc CSS class depending on the device type • Use device-aware tags directly in the CSS ﬁle 2 - HP Autonomy Requirements 2.1 Onsite Training Prerequisites For onsite training, the host must provide adequate classroom facilities for the visiting trainer in order to conduct the HP LiveSite Mobile Component Dev training workshop. Each delegate will require an individual workstation in order to proceed with the workshop. HP Autonomy trainers will bring their own trainer laptop. However, if your organization does not allow 3rd parties to connect to your network, you must provide the trainer with an additional “trainer” workstation that includes Microsoft Oﬃce, so that the trainer is able to deliver the presentations and demonstrate the workshop exercises. 2.2 Training Desktop Requirements HP LiveSite Mobile Component Dev - Desktop Requirements Item Requirement Operating System Windows 2000, 32-bit XP, 2003, 32-bit/64-bit Vista, 32-bit/64-bit Windows 7 CPU Dual Core Processor 2+ GHz Memory 4 GB RAM Hard Drive Space Minimum 20 GB Networking Networking Peripherals LAN/Ethernet Required Internet Connectivity Required for Students and Instructor Power Suﬃcient sockets to accommodate all training desktops 2.3 Projector Requirements HP LiveSite Mobile Component Dev - Projector Requirements Item Requirement Minimum Resolution 800 x 600 Type Any, e.g. LCD, DLP, Plasma etc. 2.4 Terms and Conditions The HP Autonomy terms and conditions may be found here: https://registration.autonomy.com/autonomy/terms.php.
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