Welcome to the Clinical Office: MPage Edition online training library. Our goal is to teach you the skills necessary to develop your own Cerner MPages with Angular and Clinical Office. Throughout the materials provided here we will be following a format that includes textual instructions of each lesson along with a video demonstration.
In addition to our course material, we highly recommend that you read the official Angular documentation at https://angular.io to help learn features and techniques not covered here.
Angular and Clinical Office:MPage Edition is always evolving with new features and with it, our library of training material is frequently updated. We invite you to return to our site on a regular basis or you can follow the official Clinical Office: MPage Edition page on LinkedIn.
With the exception of the "Introduction to Angular" lessons, every project described in the training documentation will require that you have access to a Cerner environment and have your workstation and Cerner environment configured for MPage development with Clinical Office. Full instructions on setting up your workstation and Cerner environment can be found on the Project Setup section of the Documentation tab.
We have provided all of our training as a freely available resource that can be digested in short timeframes. We understand that while you are learning to develop MPages, you still have work to do supporting your site. The goal is to keep each lesson under 30 minutes.
Our training content has been set up to describe each lesson through written text as well as video. Each concept is explained in text and paired with video demonstrations where programming steps are involved.
New Projects in Lessons
We will at times create new projects to teach a concept. Rather than spend your valuable time repeating the same material in each lesson, we will simply ask that you create a new project with a specified project name. It is expected that you will follow the instructions found on the MPage Project Setup section of the Documentation tab to generate your new project (Including renaming the ie-mpage label in the source code).
Once you have generated a project in GitHub a couple of times you will find the process only takes you a few seconds.