We’re very plan driven at Brainjocks. We like to create them, execute them, measure them, adjust them…and we employ a number of governance plans when executing a new Sitecore project. Very often, large site development projects will include a number of people from various organizations all working together for a common goal – but those […]continue
In previous posts, we have discussed how Snippets can make your life easier. Well, there’s another feature we’ve added to Brainjocks SCORE to make using Snippets easier even for the most novice content administrator – macro renderings. The Opportunity Atomic design provides flexibility for user experience and empowers content authors to change not only content […]continue
Searching Sitecore Page Datasources When first enabling search in your Sitecore solution, you may find that page content is not searchable. This is especially true if you heavily rely on Experience Editor for your site assembly. Searching Sitecore page datasources is solved by a very common pattern that I refer to as “Page Visualization.” Page Visualization […]continue
In this series of posts, I would like to show our readers how to build out a single-application component in Sitecore using one of the many popular MVVM JS frameworks on the market – in this case Knockout, together with BrainJocks SCORE. Even if you don’t use SCORE in your project, you can still follow […]continue
In my first post in this series, we walked through the process of building a simple component. Let’s go a bit further now and build something very useful in Sitecore: a custom form. While a module like Web Forms for Marketers can definitely help you build forms, it can be heavy handed and sometimes doesn’t quite fit the bill. That’s where form components come in. Luckily, BrainJocks SCORE has a few features and patterns that can help you out, and keep your content authors happy at the same time.continue
When building a new site using BrainJocks SCORE, are you paying attention to the styling of the Experience Editor view?
Some project team members may consider this a waste of time, especially for projects that are low on budget and/or need to be finished very quickly. But neglecting Experience Editor has meaningful consequences – and your Content Administrators will be the ones who suffer. A frustrating authoring and editing experience can make it impossible to leverage the full power of even the best website.
Our ultimate goal with BrainJocks’ projects is to style Experience Editor to look as close to the front end of the site as possible, optimizing the admin experience. I’ll explain two types of Experience Editor styling that we address when we build websites.continue
If you’re a seasoned Sitecore developer, feel free to skip this post. If your company just bought SCORE and you’re looking for information on how to build things “the SCORE way,” you found it. I want to get into some theory, some nomenclature and the mindset of a SCORE developer. What it means to […]continue