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Extending the Umbraco Backoffice Training

Extending the Umbraco Backoffice training

Target Audience

Developers who know Umbraco and wants to extend the UI for editors and developers who perform custom tasks inside the Umbraco backoffice.

Prerequisites

Knowledge of html and javascript is required. Experience with AngularJS is an advantage. The course will go through small snippets of c# and .net code, but knowledge of Visual Studio is not required.

Topics Covered

  • Backoffice overview and UX best practices
  • AngularJS introduction
  • Implementing your own editing component
  • Replacing editors, grids and lists with custom implementations
  • Custom applications, trees and editors

Objectives

By the end of the course, you will be able to:

  • Extend the functionality of the backoffice
  • Built advanced editor components in AngularJS
  • Learn the usability best practices for Umbraco website architecture
  • Leverage the many extension-points Umbraco offers for backoffice extension
  • Add completely new areas to the backoffice

Posted By: Andrew
Andrew

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