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Study Guide for AD0-E701 Adobe Expert Magento Front-End Developer

Study Guide for AD0-E701 Adobe Expert Magento Front-End Developer

152 pages. Concentrated frontend knowledge. For your learning.

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  • 152 pages of in-depth and quality content.
  • Includes 2 months of practice test access.
  • Guaranteed to help you pass.

This test used to be called the Magento 2 Frontend Developer exam. With the Magento to Adobe transition, the test is now named: AD0-E701 Adobe Certified Expert-Magento Commerce Front-End Developer. The questions have not changed. The name and the time limit have changed.

Please note: The price is per user. If you are an agency and desire to purchase 5 or more seats, please contact us for special pricing.



This test covers all aspects of frontend development: layout XML, blocks, JavaScript, CSS and HTML (very little if any PHP). The test is comprised of 60 questions and 90 minutes to complete. To pass, you much achieve a score of 63% or higher.

Guaranteed?

Yes, we will refund the money you paid for the study guide if you fail. However, having participated in writing this exam, just reading this study guide will not assure you of a passing score. You are spending $85 on a study guide for a $260 test, so it is important that you thoroughly study and practice.

Points worth noting:

  • The test can be taken at a testing center or at home. You must have a decent internet connection with at least 1MB up and down.
  • Magento encourages you to have at least 1.5 years of Magento 2 frontend development experience.
  • You can find basic information about the test here.

Also...

We have a study guide for the complementary test: the Magento Certified Professional Javascript developer. Head on over here to purchase it now.

Concepts covered

  • Magento structure, theme development, areas (frontend/base/adminhtml)
  • Theme configuration, customization, design schedules
  • Layout XML instructions, blocks, containers, layout merging and priority
  • Customizing template files, template file locations, escaping content
  • Deploying static assets
  • Utilizing Javascript, RequireJS, KnockoutJS
  • Utilizing LESS, custom Magento directives
  • Customizing the frontend: products, categories, checkout, customer pages
  • Updating translations, building translation packages
  • Managing cache, console commands
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