Default Schemas for Tridion (DS4T) got an update this evening. We’ve got quite a few changes in this build, but it’s all in the name of getting from 0 to implemented that much faster. And it’s following in the theme of Atomic Schemas that began with the last update. DS4T aims to give you more of the pieces that you need to build the schemas that you want. Read More
In a previous post, I mentioned the SDL Tridion MVP retreat, and that front-end is going to become a really big deal in the world of Tridion. Today, I would like to briefly discuss what I meant by that. (Briefly means “under 1000 words”).
What it amounts to is an amazing project by Bart Koopman and Will Price. The project is called the SDL Tridion Reference Implementation, or STRI, or TRI — and despite the boring sounding name, this is a huge deal.
All the way back in
Febuary Ferbruary Febfruary the second month of this year, I wrote about how I’d been nominated for this really cool award, the SDL Tridion Most Valued Professional award. Also known as the Tridion MVP award. It was a really, really cool honor to have been nominated, and I got all sorts of cool perks:
- A really cool badge
- Access to a super secret chat room
- Invitations to special meetings, where we
plot to take over the worlddiscuss upcoming changes to SDL products
And, an invitation to Portugal. This post is about that.
I had a discussion recently about whether to put CSS into Tridion as multimedia components or code components, and it triggered a really fun discussion. We talked about all of our different strategies and use-cases for managing the CSS in SDL Tridion, and it seems like something that other folks may ask about in the future. So what I’d like to do here is summarize my thoughts and experiences on front-end architecture, and what implementation options you have in Tridion.
As I’ve mentioned previously, I recently left Tahzoo and started working at a new company called Content Bloom. Last week was Content Bloom’s global training summit, held in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada (if that’s a real place). Everyone at the company presented on a topic; it’s a chance for us to all teach each other. I was nominated to speak on Front-end, but with only a 30-minute window, I had to be very focused on what I was going to teach on. Very focused. So I picked only two topics— and I only went over by an hour.
At my Media Manager presentation at Tridion Developer Summit a few weeks ago, I showed a trick for resizing your Media Manager videos outside of Media Manager’s outlets.
This morning, I learned that there was a bug with the approach, and this afternoon, I found a fix. Let’s discuss. Read More
A few months ago Robert Curlette invited me to speak at the first ever Tridion Developer Summit. Unfortunately, he only allowed me to pick one topic. Surprise! I chose SDL Media Manager. What I want to do today is provide follow-up to my presentation, as well as links to my presentation, also.
It’s been almost two weeks since the world’s first Tridion Developer Summit. This event was the first of its kind where Tridion developers from around the world had the chance to get together and share what we’re doing and how we do it. It was a bit like the analog version of tridion.stackexchange, but without anyone downvoting answers. First I’ll offer a short review of the summit, and then some follow up thoughts on the content of the sessions that I attended.
In a previous post, I talked about some general better practices for writing jQuery plugins that will play nicely in content management systems. Today, I’d like to introduce one such plugin:
flexModal. Read More