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Performance Optimization: Minify HTML in Znode 9.X Ecommerce Framework SDK

Speed is an important aspect of any website’s performance. Currently, there is a need for a solution to improve the upload speed of pages on ecommerce website. To address this, we created an elegant solution using asp.net MVC and C# language implemented (by removing the white space in our generated HTML) on the client of […]

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Who Should Maintain Your Salesforce?

Don’t Overlook the Need for Governance! One of the biggest pain points customers often have with managing their Salesforce environments is the lack of governance. Who’s in charge? Where do you go with questions, or worse, problems? Why Do You Need Salesforce Governance Framework? A governance framework provides an intake method for receiving and prioritizing […]

Ignition 3.0 Is Coming!

Development for Ignition 3 has started! We are working on the next iteration of Ignition, now to be called Ignition.Framework. There are going to be a number of fundamental changes to the core architecture, including even more in the way of abstractions and dependency management, more flexibility than was already there, and a reduction in […]

Q2 is Here! Use a Simple Approach to Achieve Your Strategic Goals

We are heading toward the end of Q1. Organizations have finalized budgets and have set their strategic direction. Do you feel like you have the right operating model in place for your team to meet company objectives? Do you have your priorities sorted out? What does success look like? Stepping back and taking a simple […]

Mobile Automation Test Tool Selection & Framework Library Design

In the last blog (Mobile Automation Test Framework Introduction and Design) we discussed some basic knowledge about automation framework and how to set up a proper automated testing framework. In this article, I will introduce how to select a suitable automation tool and how to design the framework library. First, we need to define some […]

Mobile Automation Test Framework Introduction and Design

Mobile devices are becoming more important than ever in our society. The demand for automated testing on mobile APPs is becoming significantly greater than before. This blog will discuss how to set up a mobile automated testing framework that is easy to create test scripts and maintain upon requirement change. First, this blog will introduce […]

Automation Testing – What to Expect and What Not to Expect

Myth 1: Automation replaces Manual Testers. Reality: After the scripts are developed, the common misconception is that we can replace the manual testers with Automation, but this is not true. Automation is a program which will test the flow of the system. Even a small defect can be missed if we don’t write scripts to look for […]

Proxy Mechanism for testing IIB Migration Projects

Introduction Migration of EAI solution has become inevitable because of the new features coming in and badly designed products and solutions in the past. Migration must be taken as an opportunity to redesign the existing solution by making use of the latest technological developments. It is necessary to ensure the business functionality is not lost and […]

[C2I] Countdown To Ignition Day 3 – Why it matters to us non-devs

Rick (@Sitecordial) here on Day 3 of #C2I to speak to the Marketers and Business decision-makers on the importance of Ignition. I come from a long marketing background in both the traditional and digital space and I have had in-depth exposure to Perficient’s Ignition open source accelerator and I can confidently tell you that all my […]

[C2I] Countdown to Ignition! Day 2 – Why use Ignition?

George here for Day 2 of C2I, talking about a frequent question that gets posed: Question: Why use Ignition? It’s a good question. In fact, why use any accelerator at all? Isn’t Sitecore just ASP.NET? The answer to that question is simple once you understand the underlying motivation behind the framework to begin with. Sitecore, much […]

Sitecore Developers: Start! Your! Ignition!

So, besides an excuse to use the old reliable “Start your engines!” trope, what is Ignition? Ignition is an open source development accelerator designed by the team at Perficient and released to the Sitecore community as a quick-start tool for beginning Sitecore projects. It has two primary components: the Sitecore Information Architecture piece and the .NET […]

Jump-Start Your Secure Coding Program With OWASP ASVS 3.0

The concept of secure coding used to be a little hazy, one of those you’ll-know-it-when-you-see it concepts.  Patterns for secure coding generally arrived as one-offs, where some vendor would recommend their product/library/framework  because it “solved critical security problem X and here’s why…”  Recently, however, the vast number of data breaches reported in the news has dramatically driven […]

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