The Complete Fluid Developer Course
PeopleTools Fluid UI Development for the PeopleTools Developer
You're here because you are a PeopleTools developer and you want to increase your value by learning the latest in PeopleTools UI development.
Or maybe you've started fluid development, and are constantly reading PeopleBooks and Googling tips and tricks that elude you.
I'm here because I've mastered Fluid UI with two goals:
- Design beautiful, functional, usable fluid apps for my clients
- Teach other what I've learned
Welcome to The Complete Fluid Development Course
This course is my most comprehensive PeopleTools development course. I've spend an enormous amount of time researching the technology, understanding Oracle developers' methods, and turning that knowledge into a course that I guarantee will make you an expert fluid developer.
Don't Fall Behind
Don't be stuck in the classic world. PeopleSoft Fluid is here, it's mature, and PeopleSoft is adding fluid apps to their application suites in every image update. Clients are adopting fluid, and are expecting developers to customize these delivered apps to reflect their unique business requirements, and expecting developers to create add-on applications using fluid.
Take a look at the curriculum. Preview the free content. This course is full of tips, techniques, concepts, best practices, shortcuts, sample code. You have a question while taking the course? Contact me directly, and I'll help you out, just like I've done with all of my students who are enrolled in my other courses.
Stay relevant. Stay current. Don't fall behind. Sign up for The Complete Fluid Development Course today and earn bigger and better opportunities in your PeopleTools Development career.
I am a Certified Advanced PeopleTools Developer who believes complex technical skills can be learned most effectively in a direct, show-by-example method. I have been doing PeopleTools development for over 10 years with clients in the Americas, Europe, and Asia. I know the skills a PeopleTools developer should posses, I know how to communicate these skills to you, and I understand the expectations that clients and hiring managers have of a PeopleTools developer.
Preview2001 - Introduction to Style (6:10)
Preview2002 - Section Objectives (1:44)
Start2003 - HTML Structure (5:26)
Start2004 - Inline Style (4:06)
Start2005 - Style Sheets - Element and ID Selectors (8:25)
Start2006 - Style Sheets - Class Selectors (3:55)
Start2007 - CSS Box Model (6:32)
Start2008 - Positioning Within The Box (3:43)
Start2009 - External Style Sheets (4:41)
Start2010 - Section Summary (1:02)