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.
In this article you will learn in a few simple steps how to hide the toolbar for everybody but administrative users. We are using an access control check within a dynamic content spot and, if successful delegate to the original toolbar dynamic content spot. Click the title of the article to check out details.
In this article we are going to leverage the menu feed to render the portlet window actions such as maximize and minimize directly into the skin. The implementation will use the built-in jQuery module and allows end users to more quickly arrange the portlet windows.
Read the full article to get to learn how quickly you can use the menu framework and extend an existing skin.
In this article we learn with a few easy to follow steps how to inject a new 4 column layout template and an ocean-colored style into the existing toolbar in IBM WebSphere Portal 8.5. Check out the article for more details.
In IBM WebSphere Portal v8.5 a new extension point was exposed within the Web Content Manager (WCM) Authoring portlet. The extension point adds supports for replacing all HTML fields with a custom editor. With this extension point it is possible to change the default editor across the entire UI or individual elements within an authoring template. This sample provides the integration files needed to embed CodeMirror into WCM.