Project Organization in Studio (v2020.10)

In this course you will learn all about project organization in UiPath Studio. Start your training today.
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Project Organization in Studio (v2020.10)

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About UiPath Project Organization in Studio 

The Project Organization in Studio course helps you organize workflows in UiPath. You are taught how to choose suitable workflow layouts in your projects and the standards and best practices to follow in large UiPath projects. Our tutorials show you how to create and share UiPath libraries and project templates to help speed up development.  

This is a 2.5-hour course. At the end of the UiPath Project Organization course you will receive a diploma of completion.  

Product alignment: This course was built using the 2020.10 product version of UiPath Studio and is applicable to newer versions as well. 


Prerequisites for Project Organization in Studio course 

To complete the UiPath Project Organization in Studio course you should be at an intermediate level. It requires basic programming knowledge. You should have completed the: 


Course audience for Product Organization in Studio 

This is a 2.5-hour intermediate course. It is aimed at RPA developers looking to learn more about organizing UiPath automation projects and following best practices. 


Agenda: UiPath Project Organization in Studio 

The UiPath Project Organization course is broken down into seven key areas. The UiPath Project Organization units include: 

  • Workflow Layouts
  • Breaking down Projects Using Workflows
  • Libraries
  • Project Templates
  • Error and Exception Handling
  • Version Control Integration
  • Standards and Best Practices


Project Organization in Studio learning objectives 

At the end of the UiPath Project Organization in Studio course you should be able to: 

  • Choose a suitable project layout for each workflow.
  • Split a complex automation project into functional workflows that can be developed separately.
  • Create and share project templates to speed up development.
  • Identify reusable components across projects and store them as libraries for future reuse.
  • Explain the benefits of using exception handling techniques.
  • Explain the benefits of using the versioning capabilities of UiPath to keep the development effort trackable and reliable.


Once you’ve completed the UiPath Projects intermediate course there are several related courses to help further your knowledge. Check out Email Automation with Studio, Error and Exception Handing in Studio, and Debugging in Studio. See the ‘Related Courses’ tab for all your options.