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Installasjon av webserver med scriptspråk og database. PHP, tilstandsbevaring (sesjonshåndtering), JavaScript, Ajax, web på mobile enheter, avansert innhold (lyd, vide... [+]
Studieår: 2013-2014   Gjennomføring: Høst og vår Antall studiepoeng: 5.0 Forutsetninger: Grunnleggende kunnskaper i HTML, CSS og programmering. Dette tilsvarer Webutvikling 1 og et vilkårlig programmeringsemne. Innleveringer: For å kunne gå opp til eksamen må 5 av 8 obligatoriske øvingsoppgaver være godkjent. Personlig veileder: ja Vurderingsform: Karakteren settes på grunnlag av større øving/case (60 %) og flervalgseksamen på nett (40 %). Netteksamen varer 1 t. Begge deler må være bestått. klageadgang i emnet gjelder hver enkelt vurderingsdel. Ansvarlig: Tore Mallaug Eksamensdato: 11.12.13 / 14.05.14         Læremål: KUNNSKAPER:Kandidaten:- forstår hvordan et nettsted er delt i funksjonalitet som utføres på tjeneren og funksjonalitet som utføres i nettleseren- kjenner til aktuelle teknologier som kan anvendes for å konstruere et nettsted FERDIGHETER:Kandidaten:- kan utvikle utvikle nettsteder med logikk på både klient- og tjenerside- kan å utvikle et komplett nettsted basert på en kombinasjon av tredjepartskomponenter og egen kode/design- har grunnleggende kunnskap i PHP og JavaScript- kan teknikker for å utveksle data med andre parter på Internett GENERELL KOMPETANSE:Kandidaten:- kan identifisere potensielle sikkerhetsmessige svakheter i en webløsning og iverksette gode sikkerhetstiltak Innhold:Installasjon av webserver med scriptspråk og database. PHP, tilstandsbevaring (sesjonshåndtering), JavaScript, Ajax, web på mobile enheter, avansert innhold (lyd, video, 3D, m.m.), bruk av tredjeparts datakilder (web services m.m.), sikkerhet i webapplikasjoner, komponentbasert webutvikling.Les mer om faget her Påmeldingsfrist: 25.08.13 / 25.01.14         Velg semester:  Høst 2013    Vår 2014     Fag Webutvikling 2 4980,-         Semesteravgift og eksamenskostnader kommer i tillegg.    [-]
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Oslo 5 dager 22 900 kr
11 Dec
ASP.NET Core is new in Visual Studio 2015, and is a revolution in the world of Microsoft web development. [+]
This course covers the latest APIs and development techniques for creating dynamic, modular, and testable web sites. Well explore the new features available in ASP.NET Core and show how to get the best out of the latest toolset and integration possibilities. What you will learn ASP.NET Core principles MVC architecture and benefits Creating views, view components, and tag helpers Using ASP.NET dependency injection and configuration Test-driven development Navigation and state management Creating RESTful services using Web API ASP.NET Identity security Creating Single Page Applications (SPAs)   About Andy Olsen - the author and instructor of the courseAndy is a freelance consultant and instructor based in the UK, working mostly in the City of London and Oxford. Andy has been working with .NET since the Beta 1 days and has extensive experience in many facets of .NET development including WCF, WPF, WF, ASP.NET MVC Web development, and mobile applications. Andy has designed and written many Microsoft Official Curriculum courses in the last decade, and has been engaged as author and technical reviewer with Apress on some of their biggest selling books.   Introduction to ASP.NET Core: Introduction to .NET Core; ASP.NET Core essentials; Creating a simple ASP.NET Core web app; A closer look at ASP.NET Core middleware; Creating custom OWIN middleware components Getting Started with MVC: Introduction to ASP.NET Core MVC; Understanding controllers; Understanding views; Layout pages; A closer look at Razor syntax Creating a Complete ASP.NET MVC Application: Design considerations; Defining models and views; Handling form submissions; Additional techniques; Asynchronous action methods Tag Helpers: Introduction to tag helpers; UI tag helpers; Link and script tag helpers; Environment tag helper; Cache tag helper Structuring ASP.NET Core MVC Applications: Design considerations; Defining the domain model; Defining the Web application Dependency Injection, Configuration, and Entity Framework: Dependency injection principles; DI in ASP.NET Core; Configuration in ASP.NET Core; Using Entity Framework Core Test Driven Development with ASP Core MVC: TDD principles; Unit testing frameworks for .NET Core; XUnit.net walkthrough; Unit testing ASP.NET MVC controllers; Mocking Defining Custom Tag Helpers: Custom tag helpers; Tag attributes; Additional techniques; Worked example: Pagination tag helper Implementing Navigation: Defining view-model classes; Implementing data filtering in a controller; Understanding the routing mechanism; Adding custom entries to a route table; Defining defaults, parameters, and validation; Generating URLs and hyperlinks; Custom route constraints State Management: Using hidden fields; Session and application state; Custom model bindings Creating RESTful Services using Web API: Overview of Web API; Building servers and clients; Content negotiation; Attribute routing; Custom model binding; Invoking RESTful services from Ajax clients Security using ASP.NET Identity: Security concepts; Overview of ASP.NET Identity; Customization possibilities using ASP.NET Identity Creating Single Page Applications: Overview of SPAs; Using GruntJS, NPM, and Bower support; Overview of AngularJS and Bootstrap [-]
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Oslo 3 dager 17 900 kr
13 Dec
07 Feb
This course looks at advanced ASP.NET Core techniques and API features. [+]
The course is aimed at developers who are comfortable with core ASP.NET MVC development and need to round off their knowledge. We will take a particularly keen look at the new techniques features available in ASP.NET Core. What you will learn Advanced controller and view techniques Using platform features Creating robust and reliable MVC solutions Implementing OWIN middleware components Creating full-duplex web sockets solutions Implementing security Developing and deploying Azure solutions About Andy Olsen - the author and instructor of the courseAndy is a freelance consultant and instructor based in the UK, working mostly in the City of London and Oxford. Andy has been working with .NET since the Beta 1 days and has extensive experience in many facets of .NET development including WCF, WPF, WF, ASP.NET MVC Web development, and mobile applications. Andy has designed and written many Microsoft Official Curriculum courses in the last decade, and has been engaged as author and technical reviewer with Apress on some of their biggest selling books.   MVC Techniques: Controller techniques; Defining filters; Implementing compression; Model binding techniques Client and Server Platform Features: Caching; Globalization and localization; HTML5 semantic tags; HTML5 accessibility; Search Engine Optimization Error Handling, Logging, and Monitoring: Getting started with code contracts; Using code contracts; Handling errors; Implementing logging and monitoring Web Sockets: Understanding web sockets; Defining a web sockets server; Defining a web sockets client; Using SignalR Implementing Middleware components: Overview of the HTTP pipeline; Overview of OWIN; Implementing OWIN middleware components; Advanced techniques Designing and Implementing Security: Overview of authentication; Implementing Windows authentication; Implementing forms authentication; Implementing OAuth authentication Additional Security Techniques: Implementing claims-based authentication; Managing data integrity; Implementing a secure site; Identity Server 4 Windows Azure Development: Windows Azure concepts; Windows Azure architecture and components; Creating a cloud service application; Running a cloud service application Deploying Services to Azure: Web Deploy using Visual Studio; Web deployment packages; Command-line tools for Web Deploy; Deploying to Windows Azure  [-]
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Oslo 5 dager 22 900 kr
29 Jan
When Microsoft introduced ASP.NET, they revolutionized Web development. The clean separation between Web design and code-behind implementation classes brings some much-ne... [+]
When Microsoft introduced ASP.NET, they revolutionized Web development. The clean separation between Web design and code-behind implementation classes brings some much-needed structure and discipline to Web applications, and gives full access to the power of the .NET Framework class library. This course takes a close look at ASP.NET and includes the latest features in ASP.NET 4.5.   About Andy Olsen - the author of the course This course is designed and written by Andy Olsen. Andy is a freelance consultant and instructor based in the UK, working mostly in the City of London and Oxford. Andy has been working with .NET since the Beta 1 days and has extensive experience in many facets of .NET development including WCF, WPF, WF, ASP.NET MVC Web development, and mobile applications. Andy has designed and written many Microsoft Official Curriculum courses in the last decade, and has been engaged as author and technical reviewer with Apress on some of their biggest selling books.     Introduction to ASP.NET 4.5: Evolution of ASP.NET Web development; Websites and Web Projects; Designing Web pages in Visual Studio 2012; Understanding code-behind files; Running/debugging a Web application   Understanding Web Forms: Adding controls to a Web form; The ASP.NET event model; Web Forms processing stages; Overview of View state; Understanding requests and responses   Using ASP.NET Server Controls: Types of server controls; HTML server controls; Web controls; List controls; Validation controls; ASP.NET 4.5 validation features; Rich controls; Strongly-typed data controls; Model binding   Asynchronous Web Applications:  Asynchronously reading and writing requests and responses; Asynchronous HTTP handlers and modules   Defining Themes and Master Pages: Overview of themes and skins; Using style sheets with themes; Creating and using master pages   Implementing Navigation Support: Programmatically connecting pages; Defining a sitemap; Displaying a sitemap   The ASP.NET Application Model: Application lifetime; Handling application events; Understanding web.config   State Management: View state; Query strings; Cookies; Session state; Application state   Defining User Controls: Overview of user controls; Creating a user control; Adding code to a user control; Using a user control in a Web page   Defining Server Controls:  Overview of server controls; Creating a server control; Defining adaptive rendering; Extending existing Web controls   Introduction to Data Access: .NET data providers; Connecting to a database; Connection strings in web.config; Executing a query; Processing a result set; Overview of DataSets   Data Binding:Single-value binding; Data source controls; Selecting and updating records; Rich data controls; LINQ; Data services; Model binding   Client-side Scripting and Ajax: ASP.NET AJAX; jQuery; Script libraries and server callbacks; Accessing services   ASP.NET MVC 4:  Overview of ASP.NET MVC 4; Controllers and actions; Creating and customizing views   Caching: Caching fragments of Web pages; Data caching; Configuring caching; Defining cache dependencies   Web Sockets: What are Web Sockets? Implement Web Sockets in ASP.NET; Client-side interactions using HTML5     [-]
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Nettstudier 2 semester 4 980 kr
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Introduksjon til webpublisering, HTML og XHTML, CSS, prinsipper for webdesign, DOM og JavaScript, XML (SVG og RSS), multimedia på web (grafikk, bilder, lyd og video), in... [+]
Studieår: 2013-2014   Gjennomføring: Høst og vår Antall studiepoeng: 5.0 Forutsetninger: Ingen Innleveringer: Større og mindre øvinger tilsvarende 8 øvinger, hvor 6 må være godkjent før endelig karakter settes. Personlig veileder: ja Vurderingsform: Karakteren i faget settes på grunnlag av to eksamensdeler - et prosjekt (60 %) og en netteksamen (40 %). Prosjektet går over 5 uker og gjennomføres som gruppearbeid. I vurderingen av prosjektet teller prosess, dokumentasjon og produkt. Individuelle karakterer kan gis ved manglende deltagelse. Netteksamen varer 1 time og består av både flervalgs- og fritekstspørsmål. Både prosjekt, netteksamen og obligatoriske øvinger må være bestått for å få karakter i faget. Klageadgang gjelder for hver enkelt eksamensdel. Ansvarlig: Atle Nes Eksamensdato: 11.12.13 / 14.05.14         Læremål: Etter å ha gjennomført emnet Webutvikling 1 skal studenten ha følgende læringsutbytte: KUNNSKAPER:Kandidaten:- forstår klient-tjener-arkitektur i konteksten nettleser og webtjener.- kjenner til forskjellen på statiske og dynamiske websider.- kjenner til HTTP-protokollen og kryptert kommunikasjon med HTTPS.- forstår oppbygningen til en URL, domenenavn og porter.- vet forskjellen på absolutt og relativ adressering.- kjenner til virkemåten til søkemotorer.- forstår viktigheten av å følge web-standarder. FERDIGHETER:Kandidaten:- kan utvikle et funksjonelt nettsted ved bruk en enkel testeditor og HTML eller XHTML.- kan laste opp nettstedet til webtjener med SFTP.- kan endre utseendet på nettstedet med intern eller ekstern CSS.- kan bruke DOM og JavaScript til å lage dynamiske nettsider.- kan legge til multimedia (grafikk, bilder, lyd, video) på nettstedet.- kan integrere eksterne tjenester på nettstedet. GENERELL KOMPETANSE:Kandidaten:- får en grunnleggende forståelse av hvordan et moderne nettsted er oppbygd. Innhold:Introduksjon til webpublisering, HTML og XHTML, CSS, prinsipper for webdesign, DOM og JavaScript, XML (SVG og RSS), multimedia på web (grafikk, bilder, lyd og video), integrasjon av eksterne tjenester.Les mer om faget her Påmeldingsfrist: 25.08.13 / 25.01.14         Velg semester:  Høst 2013    Vår 2014     Fag Webutvikling 1 4980,-         Semesteravgift og eksamenskostnader kommer i tillegg.    [-]
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3 dager 17 900 kr
This course provides an introduction to client-side Web development. The course begins with a summary of how HTML, CSS, and JavaScript fit together, and then goes into ea... [+]
This course provides an introduction to client-side Web development. The course begins with a summary of how HTML, CSS, and JavaScript fit together, and then goes into each of these three topics in sufficient detail to enable you to start creating your own Web pages. The course does not assume prior experience in Web development. We cover everything you need to know about HTML and CSS. However, some programming experience is required for the JavaScript part of the course; you should be comfortable with programming concepts such as variables, loops, decision-making, and functions. What you will learn Understand client-side web development technologies Creating HTML web pages Using HTML controls effectively Creating CSS style sheets Defining common CSS styles Making a Web page dynamic via JavaScript Understand JavaScript language essentials Handling user interaction events Manipulating Web page content using JavaScript Web Development Concepts and Technologies:The role of Web servers and browsers; HTTP requests and responses; Defining a Web page using HTML; Styling documents using CSS; Implementing dynamic behaviour using JavaScript Creating Simple HTML Web Pages: HTML document structure; Defining text content using div, span, etc.; Defining headers; Creating hyperlinks Lists and Tables: Creating ordered and unordered lists; Configuring list appearance; Creating tables, table rows, and table columns; Configuring table layout Defining Forms: The role of forms in HTML; Defining input controls; Defining buttons; Submitting and resetting forms Working with Images: Image file formats; Adding images to a web page; Configuring images; Using images in hyperlinks Web Development Quickstart (3 days) Getting Started with CSS: Overview of CSS; Defining inline and embedded styles; Linking to external style sheets; Overview of media queries and adaptive rendering Understanding CSS Selectors: Element selectors; Class selectors; id selectors; Combining selectors; Positional selectors; Attribute selectors; Chaining and grouping selectors Details of CSS Styling: Styling backgrounds; Styling text; Styling fonts; Styling lists; Styling tables Understanding the CSS Box Model: Overview; Defining borders; Defining padding; Defining margins Controlling Layout: Visibility and display; CSS positioning; Floating elements; Additional techniques Getting Started with JavaScript: Overview of JavaScript; Defining immediate JavaScript code; Defining JavaScript functions; Overview of common JavaScript libraries JavaScript Essential Syntax: Declaring variables; Using operators and expressions; Loops and decision making; Functions; Alert, confirmation and prompt boxes Event Handling: Event-handling concepts; Handling events inline; Defining event-handler functions; Handling common types of events Window and Document Management: Interacting with the browser; Document Object Model (DOM); Accessing nodes in the document; Manipulating existing content in the Web page; Adding new content to the Web page What Next: Overview of jQuery and other libraries; Overview of Ajax; Overview of HTML5 and CSS3 features. About Andy Olsen - the author and instructor of the course Andy is a freelance consultant and instructor based in the UK, working mostly in the City of London and Oxford. Andy worked for 7 years as a technology specialist and product manager at QA Training, and now specializes in Microsoft .NET and Java Enterprise Edition systems. Andy is also actively involved in a variety of book projects primarily with Apress, and is a regular speaker at conferences in the UK, Europe, and the US. [-]
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Oslo 3 dager 17 900 kr
20 Nov
29 Jan
This course describes REST best practices and discusses important architectural and API modelling concepts, which you need to know in order to create scalable, secure, an... [+]
REST has emerged in recent years as a tremendously important vehicle for creating flexible and standards-based Web services. This course describes REST best practices and discusses important architectural and API modelling concepts, which you need to know in order to create scalable, secure, and performant REST APIs. The course is based on ASP.NET Web API 2, and discusses many of the rich framework APIs and advanced techniques available. What you will learn Creating REST services using Web API Advanced Web API 2 techniques API architecture and modelling concepts Working with OData The importance of Hypermedia in REST Building secure REST services Implementing Quality of Service features Deploying and hosting REST services   Essential Concepts:Overview of REST; HTTP methods, requests, responses, and headers; Creating a simple REST service using Web API Web API 2 Techniques: Managing flexible HTTP requests and responses; Dependency injection; HTTP message handlers; Filters; File uploading Model Binding: REST and MIME types; Content negotiation; Media formatters for XML, JSON, and BSON; Creating a custom model formatter; Configuration REST Clients: Consuming REST services in .NET; Consuming REST services in web and mobile clients; Additional types of client Managing Routes: Web API routing mechanisms; Route parameters; Best practices for designing APIs and routes; Architectural considerations and best practice Working with OData: Overview of OData; Defining a data model; Configuring an OData endpoint; Implement CRUD operations; Advanced techniques Building Hypermedia-Driven REST Services: What is Hypermedia? Understanding HATEOAS (Hypermedia as the Engine of Application State) constraints; Understanding HAL (Hypertext Application Language); Implementing Hypermedia solutions using Web API Security: Using SSL and HTTPs; Authentication and authorization options; ASP.NET identity; Using OAuth2; Using Windows Azure ACLs; Enabling Cross-Origin requests; Preventing Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) attack Practical Considerations: Documenting a REST API; Logging; Error handling; Testing; Performance; Scalability; Versioning Deployment and Hosting: Deployment to IIS; Deployment to Windows Azure; Self-hosting using OWIN About Andy Olsen - the author and instructor of the course Andy is a freelance consultant and instructor based in the UK, working mostly in the City of London and Oxford. Andy has been working with .NET since the Beta 1 days and has extensive experience in many facets of .NET development including WCF, WPF, WF, ASP.NET MVC Web development, and mobile applications. Andy has designed and written many Microsoft Official Curriculum courses in the last decade, and has been engaged as author and technical reviewer with Apress on some of their biggest selling books. [-]
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1 dag 4 000 kr
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"Practical Code List Implementation" overviews in detail the representation and validation of controlled vocabularies such as code lists and identifier lists for XML docu... [+]
"Practical Code List Implementation" overviews in detail the representation and validation of controlled vocabularies such as code lists and identifier lists for XML documents of any XML vocabulary. The OASIS genericode format is used for the representation of values, and the OASIS context/value association using genericode specification (a work item of the OASIS Code List Representation Technical Committee is used for the data entry or the validation of instances of any XML document model with controlled values. Students are encouraged to bring to the hands-on class their own code lists and their own business document instances of their own XML vocabularies to supplement the exercises. Time is provided in class for students to create simple code lists and validation files for their own business documents as pro-forma artefacts that can be embellished after class into their own production files. Otherwise, the instructor brings documents and code lists for the exercises. This is a course supporting the development and deployment of controlled vocabularies, including meta data specification, list maintenance, list restriction, list extension and the implementation and application of validation processes against instances that include constrained information items. Cost for first attendee paid before early-bird date 2010-05-02 and per loyalty attendee:  NOK 4000,- (price does not include any taxes: any applicable taxes to be determined during the invoicing process)  Cost for first attendee paid after early-bird date 2010-05-02:  NOK 4400,- (price does not include any taxes: any applicable taxes to be determined during the invoicing process) Målgruppe This course is aimed at people needing to understand both conceptual and practical aspects of deploying controlled vocabularies and associated validation tasks. The class is technical in nature involving hands-on creation of artefacts and the configuration and invocation of validation processes. Kursmateriell  Copies of the exercise materials are available on USB sticks at the course. Uttalelser fra kunder  I talked with three vendors regarding who in the industry should be contacted for XSLT and XSL-FO consulting and in all three cases Ken Holman was the first and most highly recommended name they gave. He is well-respected in this small community of XSL experts. I was amazed at his ability to look at a complex layout and know the limitations and strengths of different rendering engines and write XSL in such a way that was standards compliant and worked very well in all rendering engines. Zak Ali Founder eSided Business Solutions, LLC.   [-]
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5 dager 19 700 kr
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"Practical Transformation Using XSLT, XQuery and XPath" overviews the entire scope of the Extensible Stylesheet Language Transformations (XSLT) 1.0, XSLT 2.0, the XML Que... [+]
    "Practical Transformation Using XSLT, XQuery and XPath" overviews the entire scope of the Extensible Stylesheet Language Transformations (XSLT) 1.0, XSLT 2.0, the XML Query Language (XQuery) 1.0, the XML Path Language (XPath) 1.0 and XPath 2.0 W3C Recommendations.   The objectives of the course are to understand the role and utility of the Recommendations, to overview all the constructs of the Recommendations (the five-day delivery covers every element, every attribute, every function and every keyword), to design and develop XSLT and XQuery scripts, and to efficiently navigate the available documentation and resources. The relationship of XSLT to XSL is explained, though details of XSL Formatting Object semantics are not included.    This hands-on course combines the use of lectures and exercises to convey the material. Students can choose to complete the exercises in either XSLT or XQuery or both, as both solutions are provided and reviewed in class. For the practical exercises, attendees are invited to bring a personal computer (with a USB port) and their own XSLT or XQuery environment or they can use public-domain XSLT and XQuery software that will be made available for a Java-based environment.   Cost for first attendee paid before early-bird date 2010-05-02 and per loyalty attendee:    NOK 19700,- (price does not include any taxes: any applicable taxes to be determined during the invoicing process)    Cost for first attendee paid after early-bird date 2010-05-02:    NOK 21900,- (price does not include any taxes: any applicable taxes to be determined during the invoicing process)   Målgruppe This course is aimed at people needing to understand both conceptual and practical aspects of the XSLT, XQuery and XPath languages and the available tools.    Attendees must have a working technical knowledge of XML concepts and the syntax of angle brackets, as these are not covered explicitly in the course. Time is allocated in the five-day delivery to accommodate additional questions from attendees regarding XML syntax, in the perspective of XSLT, XQuery and XPath   Kursmateriell  Copies of the exercise materials are available on USB sticks at the course.   Tilbakemelding fra kunder I talked with three vendors regarding who in the industry should be contacted for XSLT and XSL-FO consulting and in all three cases Ken Holman was the first and most highly recommended name they gave. He is well-respected in this small community of XSL experts. I was amazed at his ability to look at a complex layout and know the limitations and strengths of different rendering engines and write XSL in such a way that was standards compliant and worked very well in all rendering engines.   Zak Ali Founder eSided Business Solutions, LLC.     [-]
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2 dager 7 900 kr
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"Practical Universal Business Language Deployment" overviews the OASIS Universal Business Language (http://www.oasis-open.org/committees/ubl/) suite of publicly-available... [+]
"Practical Universal Business Language Deployment" overviews the OASIS Universal Business Language (http://www.oasis-open.org/committees/ubl/) suite of publicly-available files, process and methodology descriptions, deployment strategies and documentation from a technical perspective.     UBL is the product of an international effort to define a royalty-free library of standard electronic XML business documents such as purchase orders and invoices. Developed in an open and accountable OASIS Technical Committee with participation from a variety of industry data standards organizations, UBL is designed to plug directly into existing business, legal, auditing, and records management practices, eliminating the re-keying of data in existing fax- and paper-based supply chains and providing an entry point into electronic commerce for small and medium-sized businesses.   The second day overviews the customization of UBL in detail, including the conception, specification and deployment of subsets and extensions of UBL document models and schemas. Also included is creating your own non-UBL documents using the UBL library and adding non-UBL constructs to existing UBL documents. Hands-on exercises walk the student through the creation of conformant subset UBL schemas and validating instances with those schemas.   This is a course supporting the deployment and use of UBL artefacts, but this is not a course in the interpretation of specific UBL information items in a business context or the adaptation of financial systems to the semantics expressed by UBL. The instructor is not in a position to offer financial or legal advice regarding the application or suitability of UBL to any particular scenario or purpose.   Hands-on exercises are provided in a turnkey fashion for a Java-based environment under either Windows command-line or Linux shell invocation. Students may use any editing tool they wish for modifying the exercise files when completing the exercise objectives. Customization exercises on the second day are run on top of OpenOffice 3 using the Crane-UBLProfile software available in class.   Attendees of the second day are encouraged to bring their customization requirements to class to exercise the concepts and tools with their own objectives in mind. Students will be creating customized subset schemas and associated documentation in class using the software tools provided as part of the curriculum.   Cost for first attendee paid before early-bird date 2010-05-02 and per loyalty attendee:    NOK 7900,- (price does not include any taxes: any applicable taxes to be determined during the invoicing process)    Cost for first attendee paid after early-bird date 2010-05-02:      NOK 8750,- (price does not include any taxes: any applicable taxes to be determined during the invoicing process)   Målgruppe This course is aimed at people needing to understand both conceptual and practical aspects of the files published by the UBL committee, as well as deployment methodologies and strategies. The one-day version of the course is more high level and has less technical detail than the in-depth second day of the course.   Those attending the second day of class use provided tools to specify subset customizations of UBL and create subset schemas for use when validating instances according to the requirements of a UBL customization.   Kursmateriell  Copies of the exercise materials are available on USB sticks at the course.   The first-day hands-on exercises require either OpenOffice (version 2 or 3) or Microsoft Excel.   The second-day hands-on exercises require OpenOffice 3 (available from http://www.OpenOffice.org) to be already installed in the student´s environment. A copy is brought to class by the instructor, but it would save time to have it already installed and ready to use. The Crane-UBLProfile filters are used to create conformant UBL 2.0 schemas during class exercises.   Some of the hands-on exercises require opening files in Portable Document Format (.pdf) such as supported by GSview available from http://www.ghostscript.com/GSview.html and by Adobe Acrobat PDF Reader available from http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/alternate.html.   Tilbakemeldinger fra kunder  I talked with three vendors regarding who in the industry should be contacted for XSLT and XSL-FO consulting and in all three cases Ken Holman was the first and most highly recommended name they gave. He is well-respected in this small community of XSL experts. I was amazed at his ability to look at a complex layout and know the limitations and strengths of different rendering engines and write XSL in such a way that was standards compliant and worked very well in all rendering engines.   Zak Ali Founder eSided Business Solutions, LLC. [-]
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