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Tutorial 03 – Publish Microservices to the Eureka Server

Read the other blogs in this series: Tutorial 01 – Microservices Architectural Design by using Spring Boot Tutorial 02 – Spring Cloud – Netflix Eureka Server Publish Microservices to the Eureka Server Every Microservice must be published/ registered with Eureka Server (R&D Server) by becoming an Eureka Client We must create a microservice using Spring […]

Extending General Link for Experience Editor Alternate Approach

Extending General Link for Experience Editor Alternate Approach

We have already seen the experience editor part in the Extending General Link for Experience Editor article in detail. Hence, in this article, we will explore how we can extend the general link for experience editor mode with an alternate code approach in Sitecore 10.2.0 to resolve the higher environment and performance issues that occurred […]

Extending General Link for Experience Editor Mode in Sitecore

Mastering Axios in React: A Complete Overview

A popular JavaScript library, Axios has become a staple in modern web development, especially when handling HTTP requests in React applications. This blog will explore the ins and outs of using Axios with React, providing a complete guide and practical code examples to enhance your understanding. Getting Started with Axios in React Installation Step 1: […]

What To Consider Before Leaping Into Microservices

Tutorial 02 – Spring Cloud – Netflix Eureka Server

You may learn microservices in-depth from beginner to expert in this set of tutorials. click here for previous blog: – Tutorial 01 – Microservices Architectural Design by using Spring Boot Introduction: – Netflix Eureka Server – To enable discovery and communication between microservices, it is necessary to register or publish the microservice with the R&D […]

Extending General Link for Experience Editor Mode in Sitecore

Understanding the Shadow DOM in Web Components

Managing the structure and styling of components in web development may frequently become complex, particularly when working on large-scale projects with several developers or integrating third-party components. Because CSS is global, there is a chance for CSS conflicts and accidental styling changes, a common issue for developers. Here’s where the Shadow DOM comes in as […]

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React 18: An Overview of its Updates and New Features

The most talked-about topic and trend in JavaScript right now is React 18. React v18.0, which offers the eagerly awaited concurrent rendering improvements, has finally been published by the React team. What is React JS? React is a JavaScript package that allows you to create dynamic and speedy mobile and online apps. It is a […]

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Replacing Postman with the REST Client Visual Studio Code Extension

I (somehow) only recently discovered and began using the REST Client Visual Studio code extension created by Huachao Mao (GitHub: https://github.com/Huachao/vscode-restclient). It’s essentially an in-editor, Markdown-like HTTP request authoring and execution tool that allows developers to build a request (or multiple requests) in .http and/or .rest files. Think of it as a more Spartan, utilitarian […]

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The Power Of Objects In JavaScript: Part 2

Jump into the fascinating world of JavaScript objects with us! We’re going to explore cool methods and tricks that can make your coding skills even better. If you’re new to objects in JavaScript, no stress! Our guide, ” The Power of Objects in Javascript: Part 1″ is there to help. It breaks down both the […]

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The Power of Objects in JavaScript: Part 1

Objects are an essential building block for data manipulation in JavaScript, the language that runs the internet. Developers may easily organize and arrange data by using JavaScript objects, which are versatile containers. Together, we will unravel objects and examine many essential techniques that simplify our interactions with them. Understanding Objects in JavaScript An object in […]

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Extending General Link for Experience Editor

The content editor and experience editor modes may seem similar at first glance, but they operate with different controls. In simpler terms, even though they look alike, the tools and functions they use are not the same, which can be a source of confusion for those working with them. We have already seen the content […]

Extending General Link for Experience Editor Mode in Sitecore

Extending General Link for Content Editor

In Sitecore, the General Link field type is a versatile field that allows content authors to create links to internal or external resources. The General Link field provides a user-friendly interface for authors to select and configure links. Along with the key features listed below, I wanted to use “Telephone Link” as well, both in […]

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Internationalization (I18n) Implementation in React

Internationalization (I18n) is a crucial aspect of building web applications that cater to a global audience. It involves adapting your application to different languages and regions seamlessly. In this blog, we will explore the implementation of I18n in a React app, ensuring a smooth user experience for diverse audiences. Why Internationalization? Before delving into the […]

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