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Optimizely CMS 12 – .NET 5.0 – Build/Deploy in DevOps (YAML)

The second I created a NET 5 project, the first anxiety-filled thought that ran through my head was something along the lines of… “How the heck am I going to build/deploy this to anywhere useful?!” As I mentioned in my previous post about the DXCS006 error code, this is one of the first times that […]

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Optimizely CMS 12 – .NET 5.0 – Error ID DXCS006

I recently was able to start using one of the new Linux (.NET5.0/CMS12) DXP instances to do some testing/development in, and I came across an interesting error that threw me for a loop. I, for one, am not very versed in .NET Core, so this is all very new to me, so needless to say, […]

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5 Tips to Be a Fantastic Developer

There are millions of developers worldwide, each of them is working on different platforms and programming languages. Every other developer has a different way of writing their code, but one common aspect is their logical and analytical mindset. This blog will go through some of the daily interactive areas of a developer and situations that […]

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Spring Batch with Rabbit MQ

Batch Processing nowadays is a very common task performed by Organisations for processing large volumes of records for tasks including logging/tracing, transaction management, job processing statistics, and the list goes on. When you work with extensive data, there is no guarantee that inputs will be coming from another java-based application or even database. In fact, […]

An abstract take on the dependency injection pattern

This article will take a relatively abstract look at the design pattern called dependency injection (or inversion of control). I feel that most articles about dependency injection get too bogged down in the particulars of whatever example is being used to demonstrate the structure. In this article, we’ll present pure abstraction. Well, maybe not pure abstraction- […]

Mocking in test-driven development (TDD) with Java’s EasyMock

In this article, we’ll explore the test-driven development practice of mocking. No, this won’t entail calling your developer teammates silly names! Specifically, we’ll use Java’s EasyMock package to get a sense of the functionality that a typical mocking library provides. Before we learn what mocking is, we first must consider the general scenario in which […]

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Understanding React Portals and Their Importance

React portals provide a first-class way to render and allow child components, which are typically present outside the DOM, to live within a Document Object Model (DOM) node. This React portal component exists outside the DOM hierarchy of the parent component. When the child component visually separates out from its parent component, the portal can […]

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Modernizing Your Middleware with Red Hat

This is the fifth and final installment in our middleware modernization series. You can read the first installment here, the second installment here, the third installment here, and the fourth installment here. Now that you’ve learned all about middleware and the most common use cases, it’s time to choose a technology partner and software to […]

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Five Common Use Cases for Middleware in Modern Development

This is the fourth installment in our middleware modernization series. You can read the first installment here, the second installment here, and the third installment here. In previous posts, we’ve explored what middleware is, what it does, and how you can use it in your modernization efforts. You’ve learned the basics and now you’re ready […]

Optimizely – Slot Swapping Bookmarklet

With this solution, if you use the query string to push you to your slot, you can use your bindings for your live domain to view any of your multiple sites from your single instance. So….What is a Bookmarklet? A Bookmarklet is simply a bookmark that has JavaScript in it. For instance, in the most […]

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The Benefits and Tools of Middleware Modernization

This is the third installment in our middleware modernization series. You can read the first installment here and the second installment here. Organizations often lack the time and resources needed to effectively modernize legacy systems and applications. Middleware helps ease the challenges associated with modernization and provides the flexibility to upgrade applications. Benefits of Middleware […]

AEM Content Services: Using Sling and Node APIs to Provide Asset collections – Part 2

In part 1 of this series, I discussed a method for getting AEM Asset Collection items into the JSON representation of a page. This uses the Sling model + HTL component pattern to obtain the collection items and display their values in the JSON, based on asset type. Specifically, the Sling model enables the JSON […]

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