Accessibility

LiveCycle ES2.5: Designer Specialist

Course Length

3 days

Prerequisites

The minimum skill set/knowledge for this workshop:

  • Have a basic understanding of XML terminology and structure
  • Be familiar with object oriented programming and designing interfaces

Audience

The content is for form and template Developers

Description

This is an advanced, three-day, instructor-led workshop designed for developers who are familiar with design environments and wish to create dynamic PDF templates. The workshop focuses on creating complex, dynamic PDFs using LiveCycle Designer and is geared towards developers who build front-end applications and forms. Through a series of lectures, demonstrations and exercises, you will develop a dynamic form template that utilizes some of the more advanced features of creating dynamic forms. Over the course of the first two days, you will build a dynamic account information form. Topics covered include working with multiple master pages, scripting, subform containers, floating fields and Designer's dynamic properties. On the third day, there is a self-paced lab where you will build a solution that meets a specific set of requirements. The instructor will assess the solution you build. The workshop uses Adobe LiveCycle Designer and may use LiveCycle Workbench, which is the integrated development environment (IDE) for creating LiveCycle applications. Most of the workshop is spent in the Designer environment.

Objectives

The student will be able to develop a multi-page, data capture PDF form using LiveCycle Designer ES2. This form will make use of multiple master pages and be dynamic in nature, both in response to merging data as well as the user interacting with the form.

Outline

  • Using Master Pages
  • Data Connections and Designer
  • Working with Form Objects
  • Designing with Fragments
  • Scripting in Designer
  • Advanced Scripting Techniques
  • Designing User Driven Dynamic Forms
  • Designing Data Driven Dynamic Forms
  • Submitting Data

Optional Lessons

  • Extending Form Capabilities
  • Designing for Accessibility