Macro Trends in Sitecore and DXP
Over the past few years, Sitecore has transformed its architecture, offerings, and vernacular. The DXP landscape is evolving and organizations are increasingly embracing these changes. This guide explores six emerging trends in Sitecore and the DXP landscape.
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The installation is a 2 step process:
- The server side package will install all of the JSS components into the Sitecore backend.
- Npm packages for JSS (which you will use to develop your custom solution). Sample applications can be found on the JSS github page.
What Can You Build?
- React applications
- Vue.js applications
- Angular applications
- Embed a JSS application (any of the above) into any Sitecore MVC solution
- React Native for mobile application development
- Headless Server-Side Rendering with Node.js
Why use JSS?
There are a number of reasons that many applications, including those that are generally just content, have started to go to a single page application architecture. The most compelling reason is speed for the end user. The only time a visitor to your site downloads the full payload of HTML is in the first request. All subsequent requests simply update parts of the page, giving a noticeably faster experience.
Single page applications are also very easy to deploy and to scale. With JSS, you do still need to worry about deploying the Sitecore bits (templates, content, etc.) However, scaling to the end user is as easy as deploying static assets to a web server (or use a CDN to cache all of the static assets on edge servers across the world).
Stay tuned for details from Rick Bauer and Corey Smiths session on Working with JSS Gold Master and Marketing Automation!