Category: SDL Tridion

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Forrester WCMS rapport 2017: Hippo en Episerver rijzende sterren

Begin 2017 verscheen het nieuwste tweejaarlijkse Wave-rapport van het gerenommeerde onderzoeksbureau Forrester over de marktpositie van de verschillende contentmanagementsystemen (WCMS) voor het web. Uit dit rapport blijkt dat Hippo en Episerver snel in populariteit en kwaliteit stijgen. Niet voor niets richt Indivirtual zich sterk op deze twee CMS’en. Forrester vergelijkt...

Some SDL Web MVPs discussing things in a cloister in Portugal 0

SDL Web MVP retreat

A couple of weeks ago, it was my privilege to attend the annual retreat of the SDL Web MVPs. SDL Web is a well-known suite of web content management software that is used by many large organisations to manage their web sites worldwide. It’s a fully-featured system that comes with...

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Checking your DXA/DD4T JSON in the SDL Web broker database.

Recently, I’ve spent some time looking at both the Dynamic Delivery for Tridion (DD4T) framework, and SDL’s own Digital Experience Accelerator (DXA), which started life as a reference implementation for a modern “SDL Web”-based web  application and makes use of DD4T. In general, DD4T-based web applications get all their content-managed...

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Tridion Developer Summit 2016

The Tridion Developer Summit 2016 had great sessions this year. Some sessions touched on subject unfamiliar to myself. The two day developer summit started and ended with SDL vowing  to (re)focus on the core product (CMS, Translations, Media) and making sure they will remain a global leader in the corporate WCMS. The following...

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Testing the SDL Web 8 micro-services

A couple of days ago, at the Tridion Developer summit, I did a “lightning talk” where in fifteen minutes flat, I rattled through my recent experiences of setting up publishing and content delivery using the new Topology Manager and micro-services in SDL Web 8. It’s hard to go into much...

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SDL Web’s topology manager explained

As we’re near the release date of SDL Web 8 (Tridion’s 2015 release), it’s time to look at one of the biggest changes SDL have made to their product. Because in today’s world there are more places than just on-premise to serve your content from. Something needed to change in the...