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.
If you are new to IBM Digital Experience (DX) or have not worked with the latest release (8.5 CF07), you may want to get up to speed as a business user and start following this online lab that walks you through the main capabilities of this engaging solution.
Learn how to integrate a custom IBM Domino database into IBM Digital Experience (DX). This integration provides the IBM Web Content Manager (WCM) and Digital Data Connector (DDC) capabilities. This article starts with outlining the integration options. After that a sample implementation follows. This demonstration is divided into two parts. Part one shows the integration of a sample database. A customized DDC plug-in implementation is provided. Use the plug-in to connect to the database by using the Java API of the Domino server.
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.
The guide attached walks you through how to present and interact with Salesforce Sales Cloud CRM content using a combination of IBM Cast Iron (as an integration layer) and IBM WebSphere Portal to consume, display and interact.
The Content Template Catalog v4.4 (CTC4.4) is a suite of assets that simplify and accelerate the process of building a web site. It includes common page templates, content types and design elements – making it possible to build a basic site very quickly – with little or no customization. Starting with the release of WebSphere Portal 8.5 CF08, Content Template Catalog begins its move to Digital Experience Developer, using supporting features in the Digital Experience framework. Open the blog post for details and a link to the download.
If you are new to IBM Digital Experience (DX) or have not worked with the latest release (8.5 CF07), you may want to get up to speed as a business user and start following a new online lab that walks you through the main capabilities of this engaging solution.