How to Extend SCORE Components with Custom Functionality

SCORE’s Bootstrap UI layer delivers core functionality for the most commonly used components in web development. When core functionality alone does not satisfy your requirements, though, you don’t always need to start from scratch. One option may be to extend SCORE components with custom functionality. Here at BrainJocks, we place a lot of focus on […]

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Site Clusters in Sitecore – Part 1

We often create multilingual websites using Sitecore’s powerful CMS. Sitecore has a great solution for multilingual content. Each item in the content tree can include a number of item versions, and each item version can be delivered in a different language, so translation of content is simple and straightforward. Well, not exactly. These item versions […]

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Crafting an Interactive Timeline with BrainJocks SCORE Components

With BrainJocks SCORE, one of our overriding goals is to minimize the complexity and development effort involved in building Sitecore websites. In most cases, you can use a series of SCORE components to build a complicated UI element, using advanced CSS and JavaScript techniques to completely transform them. One such situation that I recently tackled […]

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Using a Sitecore Item Provider for Component Security

You can use Data Providers for Security? Recently, @techphoria414 asked on the Sitecore Stack Exchange: “What are some appropriate uses for Sitecore Data Providers?” My answer was: When Security is just too complicated for Sitecore. People offered a lot of suggestions with lots of ways to implement data providers using different strategies and philosophies. Still, I thought […]

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