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Creating Your First Custom AEM Component Using React – Part 1

Recently, I went through an article about integrating React JS and Angular JS with AEM. In this blog, I am going to show you how to create a custom component that includes a cq:dialog and one that does not include a cq:dialog. Before building the components, clone the repository, which is a sample project based […]

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Web Fonts – To Use, or Not to Use

Ever stumbled upon an article on social media that catches your interest? You click it. You are curious and anxious to read it. You are in the website – it loads, but at first, it seems empty. The site is there, but there is no text in it. You are probably annoyed. You are probably […]

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Myths & Facts – Websphere Portal and UI.

Having worked as a front end developer, integrating the UI with backend systems, I am presenting below some of the myths and facts concerning UI (html, css, javascript, images, fonts) code integration with websphere portal and a few best practices one should follow – Myth – Websphere portal is not compatible with latest front end frameworks like […]

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HTML Prototyping – JEKYLL!

One of the daily & major tasks of a front end developer is to write HTML prototyping. And when it comes to writing reusable, editable and modularized html for a large enterprise application, we are often lost as to where the different fragments of code are and a small change made to a div classname […]

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Shaming Yourself Into Better Code

Last week Harry Roberts of CSS Wizardry posted an article that caught my attention. It was simply titled “shame.css.” http://csswizardry.com/2013/04/shame-css/ He talks about the issue all developers face at some point in the life-cycle of a project – having to hack together code to get a defect fixed quickly. It’s the struggle between wanting to keep code […]

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W3C Calls HTML5 “Definition Complete.” So What Does That Mean?

A few weeks ago the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) announced the completion of the HTML5 definition. That sounds exciting, right? HTML5 is finished and we can start implementing full HTML5 into our sites now?! Well the answer to both those questions is “not really.” The specifications definition is now considered to be feature complete, but that is […]

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Insights from a Developer: Use Google Web Fonts

Let’s discuss typefaces.  As the designer, you have the distinct privilege of selecting the fonts that will be used on the website, and barring client restrictions, you have free reign to use whichever fonts you desire.  You should keep in mind when choosing a font, though, that this typeface needs to be present not only […]

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