As you know JSS as amazing it is doesn’t support personalization in static-site generation (SSG) mode.
And if you haven’t seen Adam Lamarre (https://twitter.com/erzr) made an amazing solution for solving this issue.
I’ve decided to add some improvements to the solution which would solve the following things:
Hi, previously I’ve wrote about a framework I’m building — it allows you to build a quick simple chatbot without any need for code by just using Sitecore content tree and some Sitecore rules magic.
Here is the current functionality of the framework:
And here is how you can setup…
As many of you may know Sitecore comes with handy A/B tests functionality OOTB.
It allows you to easily specify variations for your data sources and components, measure the performance with Sitecore analytics and choose the winner based on that performance.
Yet many websites uses Google Analytics for tracking the…
In my last blogpost I’ve published a first version of my chatbot framework for Sitecore.
You can find it here
And the GitHub repository is here:
Now I’m going to cover how you can easily get a chatbot working with the framework in few steps.
Step #1 — Get Sitecore…
If you remember in my previous posts I was working on a module that would allow rapid creation of chatbots in Sitecore here:
Good news! It’s now finally released!
Over the last few weeks I was working on refactoring codebase, making it more clean, generic and extendable.
As it often happens our Sitecore solutions are deployed between multiple environments — Local, DEV, QA, UAT and PROD of course.
And as content on PROD updates its a common task to bring the content back from production environment back to testing.
Often these tasks are time-consuming — for this…
You can learn more about it here:
At the same time I was very interested in Sitecore…
While working on Sitecore Commerce project recently I came upon very interesting API that is exposed in Commerce Engine app.
As you know during its startup Sitecore Commerce apps (authoring, shops, minions, etc.) are connecting to Sitecore instance to load its own configuration.
The credentials and connection to Sitecore CM…
If you ever tried to customize Sitecore Commerce you might be interested into how to set a custom icon to your commerce views.
Actually its extremely easy — all it takes is to set an Icon property value in the EntityView class.
However choosing the icon is the tricky…
In previous story I wrote basic guide to Sitecore Commerce pipeline which gives a basic introduction into them and how to extend them.
Here i’m going to continue and cover a few more helpful tricks for Sitecore Commerce pipelines.
Creating a new pipeline
Creating a new pipeline involves three steps…