2011 has been quite a year for Oshyn and the Web Content Management world. We’ve been fortunate enough to work on several projects this year to help us expand our ever-evolving CMS knowledge base. Here are some of our best posts from 2011 – enjoy!
- Websites on Smartphones, iPad & Tablets – Using Touch Events for Image Scrolling and Gesture Events for Mobile Devices
This two part post describes how you can add image scrolling and pinching to your mobile site using HTML5.
- Oshyn’s Review of the 2011 Gartner Magic Quadrant
Check out this post to see Oshyn’s thoughts on the results of Gartner’s 2011 Magic Quadrant for WCM. What we liked, what we agreed with, and who we were surprised not to see!
- Making Your Content Consumable on Mobile Devices
With such a strong push to mobile, it’s important to make sure that you not only have a mobile presence, but that your content is easily consumed when viewed on a mobile device
- Jira New Plugin: Bonfire for Agile Testing
Oshyn expert, Belen Padilla, takes readers through how to use the new Jira plugin, Bonfire, and even includes a tutorial video.
- Using MVEL Expression Language with OpenText Technology
With many organizations having user repository configurations that are usually the product of several years of technology implementations, developers are using complex criteria logic to evaluated user attributes and other data.
- Sitecore and Coveo Integration
Juan Arias takes readers through how to improve their search on their Sitecore website using Coveo integration.
- HTML5 Browser Compatibility
When changing your site from Flash to HTML5, it’s important to know which browsers will support new HTML5 features.
- Storing Sitecore Media Assets – Database or File System
Prasanth Nittala explores the two options users have for storing their Sitecore media assets and the pros and cons of each.
- WCM Project Implementation Advice for Managers and Project Leaders – Part 1, Part 2, Part 3
This three-part post covers WCM project implementation from what to do before you start, to the design phase and finally the development stage.
- Mobilizing Your Web Presence
This guest post by Bob Egner, VP of Product Management and Global Marketing at EPiServer talks about what you need to consider before developing your mobile strategy and the age-old question: mobile site or mobile app?
Ok, technically some of those are two- or three-part posts, but we liked them so much, we couldn’t leave them off the list! We hope you’ve enjoyed our posts throughout 2011 and promise to continue our quest to share our WCM knowledge with you in 2012.