Navigating the World of Content Management can sometimes be overwhelming. Let’s step through a recovery program to help us decipher the acronyms we see on a daily basis and how they can improve the understanding of our work in these different technologies. My daily work has been a toxic relationship with acronyms. CMS, WCM, ECM, … Continue reading Acronyms Anonymous: Deciphering the World of Content Management
XSLT can be a little more complex than just writing “xsl:” predefined tags, some algorithms can be useful to solve some problems as the categorization one referred in this article.
Project or Delivery Managers as well as other non-developer roles can benefit from the Chrome DevTools. Discover some tools to improve your web experience…
The future of the web graphics calls for SVG. Don’t care about IE8, use them instead of the font icons they’ll give you more flexibility than the traditional fonts…
You should always keep your static HTML files up to date. Not with content changes but markup. Here’s why…
Over the past 10 years we have been involved in a whole host of CMS/DAM/web implementation projects of many different kinds, and throughout that time we have always stuck to a single mantra: deliver with efficiency & quality to guarantee maximum customer satisfaction.
The TeamSite Permissions System, at a first glace, appears to be a clear scheme. However, after designing and implementing your permissions system on this frame, it is possible to ‘hit a wall’
Another value point to mention regarding the success of being Agile is to know the form of Agility we implement.
Changes on the Google search algorithm means that having a mobile-friendly website is more important than ever and a responsive design should be the core of your Marketing strategy.
I am working on a project that is using AEM6 and an AEM FeaturePack for Adobe Campaign. As this is a FP, the APIs are not available through the normal public repositories. I needed to get the project to build so the solution is to use the Archive Servlet. This worked great and the project … Continue reading AEM6 and Archiva Servlet gotcha