We have been trying to find the right mix of unit testing (Automated) in our project, and I have been looking at various options that Sling has to offer. This was done for development of AEM based projects. I tried to follow a few articles to help me get started and each one of those
Category: Client Side
Can a technology like Angular be used in the world of a CMS to solve the process problems where it just takes too long to get HTMLs from Site Developers into CQ’s templates and that too with a degree of quality that we are expected to deliver. This article lays down the foundation of what the challenges are and how it has started to impact our day to day life. The answer is not that simple, but at the looks of it, it seems we are using a technology to solve for a problem which is actually a people or a process problem. You can of course introduce a new component in the mix, but I still believe until people are ready to change, this new component wont do shit.
I was that developer. Over course of last few years I have noticed that developers have moved away from doing anything in JS and they look upto Site Developers to write client side code – JS, AJAX and what not. I just told my team that we need to go back to the place where
I chanced upon this yesterday (http://sourceforge.net/adobe/cairngorm/home/) and was impressed with what they are trying to do. Building upon Parsley looking to do a lot of injection and also support modules that they have been criticized for in the past. Looks like Adobe Cairngorm team finally got it right.
Here is a link to a demo by Ted Patrick. He does mentions “Full Open Web”; Wow the Apple war is hotting up!!
Check this post . I love the very first one.
A few days back I posted the latest addition in Spring family – Flex with Spring. Being a huge spring and flex fan, I was very excited. Now able to reuse Spring knowlege in Adobe Flex is a wonderful idea. I faced a few challenges in using the solution and discussed the same on the
I came across this video recording of James Ward presentation on Best practices with Flex. Do take the time to go through the complete video
This is a tricky one – evaded me for a while. Synopsis of the issue: Flex messaging (BlazeDS is what we were using) deals with dates in a very special way. The dates are transferred to/from client / server post conversion to UTC and then they get converted to what local time zone. Let me
I found this link that carries some good training links. Hope you all find this useful.