In this video, Phil Gold describes some of the prerequisites for the course. Learn what you'll need to get the most of this online course.
- [Instructor] Before we get started, there are a few things that you should know that will help you get the most out of this course. Now this is a medium advanced topic which presupposes that you've got some experience with SharePoint. If you're not comfortable with things like adding and configuring web parts, you may be in a little over your head. My recommendation is that you check out one of the more general SharePoint classes first like SharePoint Online Essentials or my SharePoint Data Management class.
There are some other tools that I'm going to be suggesting you install and use and once again, I won't spend any great amount of time on them. Although I'll give you some basic information about where to find them and how to use them for specific tasks, you're going to be on the hook for getting comfortable with them on your own. One last note. I'm using SharePoint Online and Office 365 for my demonstrations. If you've got an on-premise instance of SharePoint, your experience will be a little different.
But for the most part, the techniques and operations will be more or less the same. So with these conditions, are you ready to start? Okay.
- Name the term for a collection of .js files.
- Identify the key that opens developer tools in Windows.
- Recall the name for the software connectors that allow different applications to talk to each other.
- Determine which tool provides developers with an easier way of styling web parts.
- List two common IDEs.