Posts Tagged ‘angular’

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Angular – Services and Dependency Injection

This blog post is a brief introduction to one of the core concepts of Angular – Services and Dependency Injection. A service is basically a typescript class. It acts as a central repository where we can store and centralize our code and data. This service class can then be shared across components. Dependency injection is […]

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Google’s Material Design – Component Discrepancies

Google’s Material Design is a design system that helps teams build high quality digital experiences across different platforms. One of the best parts of Material Design is that it provides guidelines, implementation, standards, and code for different components used across different technologies – web, React, Angular, iOS, Android, etc. This presents a great advocacy to […]

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IBM BAW Transforms and Improves Financial Group

IBM’s flagship technology conference, Think, is taking place this week in San Francisco.  Perficient is proud to be a Gold sponsor of the event and will have several industry and technology thought leaders there presenting on how we have helped solve customer challenges leveraging IBM solutions. In one of the sessions, Tarek El Shamy (Perficient […]

JSS and Sitecore Marketing Automation Roadshow

I am excited to say that Corey Smith and I will be embarking on a multi-nation tour; virtual and in person. Here is a little bit about the session and running list of current dates. This tour is the happy by-product of a Sitecore Symposium session with JSS Gold Master (officially-unofficial title) and Sitecore Technology […]

How to Pass Page Properties to Angular Controller Through HTL

This article discusses different ways to pass dialog/ page properties rendered through HTL (Sightly) into AngularJS script (Angular Controller in our case). Note that we are not using Javascript Use-API here. Let’s say we have to access a page property foobar in our Angular Controller. One simple and quick way that might come to mind […]

Are Portals Really Dead?

Are Portals Really Dead?

So lately I’ve been seeing a new class of web site that leans more towards custom development than a horizontal portal.   The factors influencing  a custom development approach mainly fall into the proliferation of Web/RESTful services and better front end tooling in AngularJS, Bootstrap, and similar items.  Both Forrester and Gartner have labeled horizontal […]