A new sample for of an Angular 4 is available for IBM Digital Experience (DX) solutions WebSphere Portal and Web Content Manager V8.5 and 9. This sample illustrates building an Angular 4 application and deploying it as a script application. It includes all the configuration and build steps needed to get the application running smoothly in WebSphere Portal.
As businesses accelerate their digital transformations, the need to manage and update Digital Experience (DX) sites, across all channels, continues to increase in volume and complexity. Organizations can struggle to keep up with demands for design, develop, and test DX environments required for publishing, editing, and modifying content, integrating new services, and managing staging to production operations.
This document provides a step-by-step experience of staging an environment from development to a higher environment – e.g. production, using WebSphere Portal v8.5, using a JCR database copy. This can be particularly beneficial in case a large JCR database with many WCM content items exists and it is taking a vast amount of time to initially syndicate the content.
Using WCM content as configuration is a powerful pattern to providing authors and designers with a dynamic approach to content delivery. In this guide you’ll see how to use IBM Web Content Manager and Google Static Maps API to deliver customizable maps of office locations, ATMs, services, or store outlets.