Developing an AEM Forms Application
This class covers all of the following: Front-end AEM forms and/or PDF forms submitting to a LiveCycle ES4 and/or AEM Forms-LiveCycle application, service, or workflow.
This course is geared toward Form Designers and Developers who are either new to AEM Forms or want to learn the proper way of designing and developing an AEM Forms application.
This workshop is designed as an introduction to AEM Forms. In addition to providing you with theory about AEM Forms features, a large segment of the training is devoted to hands-on exercises as well as demonstrations. For each lesson, we will start with an activity to introduce you to some of the concepts that will be covered in the lesson. We will then cover the content of the lessons using a combination of lectures and demonstrations. We will finish off each lesson with an exercise where you can put into practice the functionality covered in the lesson. The exercises are divided into tasks and build upon each other to complete an example ‘New Employee Hire’ solution. In addition to the core tasks for the exercises, there are optional tasks that add extra functionality to the final process. To complete this workshop, there is a self-paced lab that consists of a set of requirements from which you must create your own end-to-end solution that implements the functionality covered during this workshop. The workshop uses AEM Forms Workbench, which is the integrated development environment (IDE) for creating AEM Forms applications. As well, you will also be introduced to the Admin User Interface and the LiveCycle ES4 modules that provide the document/form centric functionality.
This class will feature the new AEM Forms features including the HTML forms capabilities and the HTML Workspace application. As a SmartDoc bonus, you will also see a demonstration of a customized version of the AEM Forms Workspace mobile app on an Apple iPad. This app enables your field workers to take their forms and tasks with them on an Apple iPad. Your field workers can complete HTML forms and workflow tasks even when they are disconnected from the Internet.
- Building an AEM Forms application
- Become familiar with LiveCycle Workbench
- Utilize a number of services to orchestrate a process
- Learn how to use AEM Forms events
Introduction: Developing an Adobe Experience Manager Forms Application
Lesson 1: Introduction to Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) Forms
Exercise 1: Describe a Use Case for AEM Forms
Lesson 2: Exploring AEM Forms Administration
Exercise 2: Adding a new user account
Lesson 3: Exploring Workbench
Exercise 3: Creating an Application
Lesson 4: Building a Process
Exercise 4: Designing your Process
Lesson 5: Testing a Process
Exercise 5: Invoking your Process
Lesson 6: Using Services
Exercise 6: Adding Services to your Process
Lesson 7: Working with the User Service
Exercise 7: Configuring the Assign Task Operation
Optional Lesson 8: Working with Custom Events
Optional Exercise 8: Configuring a Custom Event
This is a hands-on lab that will help you apply the course information to a real-world business challenge.
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