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Microsoft Course 20354: Universal Windows Platform - App Architechture and UX/UI

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Universal Windows Platform - App Architecture and UX/UI

Exam: 70-354 - This exam validates a candidate's knowledge and skills for planning the development of Universal Windows Platform apps and designing and implementing a compelling user experience.

Candidates for this exam should have one or more years of experience designing and implementing enterprise LOB apps with a focus on the user experience. Candidates should also have a minimum of one to two years of experience developing with C# and XAML.

Skills Measured

Create the design specification for a mobile line-of-business (LOB) app

Specify the app development and business requirements

  • Specify the tools and technologies that will be required during the development of the app, specify the method of source control that will be used during the development of the app, specify the quality attributes of the app that must be achieved, specify cross-cutting concerns that exist within the project space (related apps and data ecosystems), specify the deployment scenarios for the release of the app, specify the code maintenance requirements (post-release) for the app, specify the globalization and localization requirements for the app

Specify the architecture of the app based on environment, infrastructure, business, and usage criteria

  • Specify the layers of the app, specify the data sources for the app, specify the external services that the app will access, specify the cross-cutting concerns within the app, specify the components of the app

Design the app in association with user-experience (UX) criteria

  • Design and evaluate the app with respect to Windows 10 design principles, including craftsmanship, fast and fluid, authentically digital, more with less, and multiple devices; design and evaluate the app with respect to personality and branding, including composition, typography, color, and motion; design and evaluate the app with respect to UX patterns and platforms, including user interface (UI) controls, navigation, commanding, and presentation; design and evaluate the app with respect to cross-platform support, including app and platform types

Develop quality and testing requirements

  • Establish performance requirements, establish security requirements, establish concurrency requirements, establish globalization and localization requirements, establish testing requirements, establish use cases
Implement application lifecycle management processes

Implement version control

  • Implement version control using FTVC, implement version control using Git

Implement team collaboration

  • Work with a development team to complete app development sprints, implement storyboarding, implement code reviews, implement (peer review) feedback, implement backlog management, implement automated team builds

Implement automated testing and progress tracking

  • Implement automated tests, implement exploratory tests, track progress against milestones
Develop an LOB app that supports windowing, adaptive layout, and in-app navigation

Create a layout for use within an app UI

  • Select the appropriate XAML control based on the UI requirement, including control categories: basic, text, scenario, and presentation; implement a XAML control within a layout; create a fixed layout; create an adaptive layout

Develop the code required to implement data binding within the app UI

  • Implement data binding; implement data templates

Develop code to support scaling and windowing

  • Develop code to support various screen sizes and resolutions, including window size, screen dpi, and window shape; develop code to support changing window size, including adaptive layout and content flow; use emulators to evaluate windowing implementations

Implement styles and themes

  • Implement a style as a resource for the app, implement a theme for an app, implement resource templates, implement resource dictionaries

Implement UI animations, transitions, and transformations

  • Implement animations within an app; implement transitions and transformations within an app

Create reusable controls and components

  • Create custom controls, create Windows runtime components

Implement app navigation patterns

  • Implement on-page navigation, implement panning, implement a navigation bar, implement flat and hierarchical navigation, implement semantic zoom, implement the Hub control

Implement globalization and localization of presented UI content

  • Implement app resources, localize text resources, localize graphical resources
Develop an LOB app that supports user input and user interactions

Develop code to implement traditional input devices

  • Support touch input, support mouse input, support keyboard and virtual keyboard input

Develop code to implement speech and voice commands

  • Support speech synthesis; support speech recognition; support Cortana integration; support voice commands, including control of apps and devices

Develop code to implement natural user interface input (user input)

  • Implement support for touch gestures, implement support for digital pen input (inking), implement support for gaze tracking, implement support for facial expressions recognition

Develop code to implement command bars, flyouts, and dialogs

  • Implement standard app or command bars; implement command buttons; implement flyouts; implement custom app bars; implement context menus; implement message dialogs; implement pickers, including file and contact; implement settings contract; implement search contract

Implement localization of user input

Test and deploy an LOB app

Implement general diagnostics and testing code

  • Perform testing versus defined use cases, perform testing for cross-platform support, perform end-user testing

Implement profiling

  • Memory profiling, performance profiling, Windows Performance Toolkit

Integrate monetization techniques

  • Implementing in-app purchases and freemium models, implementing the Advertising SDK, implementing free trials

Prepare package for publication

  • Preparing the app manifest, packaging the app, completing the submission process is your best choice for MOC 20354, MOC 20354 training, MOC 20354 certification, MOC 20354 certification boot camp, MOC 20354 boot camp, MOC 20354 certification training, MOC 20354 boot camp training, MOC 20354 boot camp certification, MOC 20354 certification course, MOC 20354 course, training MOC 20354, certification MOC 20354, boot camp MOC 20354, certification MOC 20354 boot camp, certification MOC 20354 training, boot camp MOC 20354 training, certification MOC 20354 course.

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