Vasi is a CMS Architect at Exemplifi. He has been building sites on enterprise platforms such as Adobe Experience Manager(AEM), Drupal and WordPress. His technical breadth spans Java, JSP, JSTL, JAX-RS, Spring Boot, PHP, Node JS, JS, JQuery, HTML and CSS.
We all love Kentico and we all love Microsoft Azure, but is there a way that we can bring the best of both worlds together? With Kentico’s strength in adaptability and Azure's scalability and easy learning curve, it's a no-brainer that they belong together.Kentico
In an earlier post, we had introduced the fundamentals of site personalization. In this post, we will take a specific usecase and see how to implement it in AEM.AEM
We explore three big trends: Headless CMS, Reactive Frameworks and Component-Based Design. We build the page in Gatsby, the component in React and do content modeling in Adobe Experience Manager.AEM
We explore three big trends: Headless CMS, Reactive Frameworks and Component-Based Design. We build the page in Gatsby, the component in React and do content modeling in Prismic.CMS Trends
We compare the architectures of two Java-based CMS platforms: Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) and BloomReach.AEM
We differentiate between “static” vs “dynamic” content and discuss what it means to implement them in WordPress. We also discuss how to design relational data-driven content within WordPress.WordPress
Strattic is an innovative WordPress WebOps platform that is also a static site generator. We compare its capabilities with WPEngine in this post. We also migrate a website from WPEngine to Strattic and compare site performance between these platforms.Performance