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Training courses and workshops

Magnolia Professional Services provides training courses for different Magnolia stakeholders.

Grab a copy of the training brochure. The training dates and locations can be found on our official corporate website.

Full-Stack Magnolia Developer training

The Full-Stack Magnolia Developer training is a four-day interactive, module-based course that aims to provide a full picture of Magnolia development from front-end templating to back-end deployment. It covers Magnolia back-end fundamentals essential for successfully starting a Java project. A course participant will gain core knowledge in all relevant development fields to implement a full Magnolia project with Java customizations and integrations.

Target audience

The course is aimed at developers who want to become so familiar with Magnolia that they can start their own projects.

Knowledge prerequisites

The course does not require any prior Magnolia knowledge. However, we highly recommend that participants have experience in Java or any other object-oriented programming language.

Technical requirements
  • Java/object-oriented programming
  • Administrative privileges on the machine
  • Wi-Fi-enabled machine

Magnolia Website Developer training

The Magnolia Website Developer training is a three-day interactive course that aims to introduce front-end developers to Magnolia’s alternative configuration approach (Light Development) and the Magnolia CLI tool to build websites rapidly without the need to program in Java. Front-end developers can work on the file system and use technologies that they already know such as CSS and HTML5 to define templates and configurations faster and easier.

The course consists of two training sessions scheduled one after the other where participants have the option to enroll in either of the sessions or both.

Target audience

The course is aimed at front-end developers who want to learn how to define templates and configurations in Magnolia by mainly working on the file system and using technologies that they already know such as CSS and HTML5.

Knowledge prerequisites

The course does not require any prior Magnolia knowledge. However, we highly recommend that participants be familiar with scripting languages, Terminal or Command Prompt and Git.

Technical requirements
  • Front-end orientation
  • Good HTML and CSS knowledge
  • Administrative privileges on the machine
  • Wi-Fi-enabled machine
  • Text editor

Author and Content Editor training

The Author and Content Editor training is a half-day collaborative, instructor-led remote training where participants are taught how to customize webpages and build websites using Magnolia content apps.

It aims to teach marketing professionals, business users and content managers how to use Magnolia as an author to accomplish day-to-day tasks such as managing content, publishing pages and building websites.

Target audience

The course is aimed at marketing professionals, business users, content curators or developers who want to learn how to create meaningful content with Magnolia.

Knowledge prerequisites

The course does not require any prior Magnolia knowledge. Absolute beginners are welcome to attend the training.

Technical requirements
  • Internet connection
  • Microphone access
  • Camera access
  • Web browser

Custom and tailored workshops

Custom and tailored workshops are available upon request. Pricing will be determined after the requirements definition.

For more information on training courses, fill out our form on our official corporate website.

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