Every week leading up to Adobe MAX 2010 we will feature a special Adobe LiveCycle ES related session on Technoracle. This week's session is very special and unique in two facets. First, it is the very first time a LiveCycle ES 2.5 lab has been offered to members of the general public. This in itself is reason enough to attend this session as it gives developers a head start over the rest of the pack in terms of getting familiar with the next generation of LiveCycle. Second, this is a complete A-Z hands on lab covering a ton of material over 1.5 full days. This makes it the longest session we have ever offered at a MAX event.
This session is already nearing sell out capacity so if you are going, please register as soon as you can.
Developing a LiveCycle ES2.5 Application
This program for enterprise developers combines 1.5 days of introductory preconference training on LiveCycle ES2.5 (Enterprise Suite) with a full conference pass to MAX 2010. The preconference lab, "Developing a LiveCycle ES2.5 Application," is an essential introduction to developing user-centric applications with Adobe LiveCycle ES2.5. LiveCycle ES2.5 allows both business and IT professionals to visually assemble end-to-end processes, which when combined with rich interfaces, create engaging applications that unify systems and people quickly and flexibly. We'll present an end-to-end use case bringing a rich Internet application (RIA) and a LiveCycle application together. You will learn about the LiveCycle IDE, the Admin User Interface, and the LiveCycle ES2.5 solution components as we guide the participants through the development of this comprehensive use case.
We strongly recommend this training to those new to LiveCycle ES2.5, or those who would like a refresher, in order to get the most value out of the more advanced LiveCycle topics that will be presented during the MAX event.
Audience: Web Developer, Application Developer
Skill Level: Beginner
Product: LiveCycle ES
Speakers: Chantal Richard, Valerie Snider-Lynch
Saturday, October, 23rd, 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Sunday, October, 24th, 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Here is a video from Chantal Richard highlighting some more reason why this session is a "must attend" event.