There’s a growing trend of ditching traditional “back-end” frameworks for dynamically rendering pages. As the interest in client-side frameworks grows, so does confusion about which one to use. There’s React! But then there’s Angular…and have you heard about Vue? What about Handlebars? But let’s back up a second. Should you even use one at all?
For the most part, good front-end code isn’t affected by the application that serves it. And, for the most part, good front-end code doesn’t need to be written specifically for that application. But there are some exceptions —like structuring the HTML for a title and a link when the link is optional. That’s a case
I’ve been working in a particular Tridion implementation for quite some time now. It doesn’t have Site EditExperience Manager set up. So when I find a page, I have to sort out in my own brain what the actual url is. And then I have to type it into a browser and actually go there.
This came up today. A few guys on the front-end team were trying to figure out why a link wasn’t working. I came in on the tail-end of the problem, when one of them shared the source code for a link. They were ready to start down the path of, “let’s find it in the
I recently had a question come up of how one could do A/B Testing in Tridion. There are some old Tridion plugins out there, and it would certainly be possible to develop an Alchemy extension for one today. But there is an easy way that you could optionally show/hide components, that could be implemented in
It came to my shock and surprise to learn in January that I’d been awarded a fourth SDL Tridion Web Tridion MVP award. In the previous year, I hadn’t felt as if my contributions were that great —but contribution is not in the eye of the beholder. One of the perks of winning an MVP
The W3C recently tweeted the first working draft of the new CSS Fonts module. And I read it. And I’m excited, and I think you should be, too. There’s a lot of cool things that are going to help us solve some a lot of problems, and do a few cool new tricks.