Please note that Partner discounts are not applicable for Episerver Training Programs.
This is a self-paced custom-scheduled program that includes five eLearning courses, three hours of one-to-one online Instructor Led Coaching (ILC) sessions with an experienced instructor, and a practical project to complete.
The program is comprised of an On-Boarding session, twelve units of study with ILC sessions to review progress, an Off-Boarding session, and one attempt at the Commerce certification exam.
This training program focuses on developing core and advanced functionality for Episerver Commerce solutions, including working with e-commerce related tasks such as richer catalog modeling, further options for the included search provider model and provider-based possibilities for payments and shipments. The course also discusses inventory management and possibilities for pricing rules. Related and unrelated data structures will be discussed for various extensions of the system. This course further highlights the abilities of our platform and how to create a feature rich and automated website. More isolated topics will be shown in each module, and how to connect different parts of the platform. All examples, demos and exercises in the course are done using ASP.NET MVC. The course is held on the latest version of Episerver Commerce.
Purchase gives access to all included content for 12 months. This includes content added to the program and updates during this period.
The course is aimed at developers who would like to learn about developing Episerver Commerce solutions and pass the exam to earn Episerver Certified Developer for Episerver Commerce status.
Episerver CMS development experience. If you do not have this experience, then you can add the Episerver CMS – Development Fundamentals eLearning course to your shopping cart for a discounted price of $875 and this will include an extra six units (90 minutes) of mentor time.
Reviewing Episerver CMS Development Fundamentals
- ASP.NET MVC and Episerver CMS conventions
- Episerver CMS breaking changes
- Content types
- Designing Episerver websites
- Design patterns and conventions Editors’ experience
- Validating properties
- Dependency services
- Good practice
Episerver Commerce – Development Fundamentals
- Episerver Commerce orientation
- Installation and setup of an environment
- Model definitions and renderers
- How to get sellable items into the catalogs
- Carts and wish lists
- Purchase orders
- Checkout process
- Customer management
- Catalog Modeling
- Warehouses and inventory
Episerver Commerce – Advanced Development
- Richer catalogs
- Warehouses and inventory
- Business foundation
- Payment and shipment processing
- Episerver serviceAPI
Episerver – Developing for DXC Service
- About DXC Service
- Deploying to DXC Service
- Development Considerations
Episerver Personalization – Development Fundamentals
- Understanding Episerver DX Platform Personalization
- Implementing Individualized Content
- Implementing Experience-Driven Commerce