Sitecore 9 Forms is easy to use and powerful feature. It's a game changer for Marketers and Developers. Marketing people love it because it's so much easier and more flexible than WFFM. From the development point of view, it saves a lot of time, unless you have to implement a lot of customizations. And it's out-of-the-box with Sitecore 9.
One of the most common scenarios is thank you message after visitor has submitted your form. With non-ajax case it’s pretty easy, you just redirect user to the thank you page. But what if you are doing ajax form and want to show thank you message after successful submission of the form? That's easy as 1-2-3 with a brand new Sitecore 9 Forms engine.
Sitecore 9.0 is a welcome update to the Sitecore developer community. Although using the Experience Editor or the Content Editor is preferable at times, us developers love using Sitecore Rocks. From Sitecore 9.0, connecting with Sitecore Rocks become harder with its new permission issues. This issue can be fixed easily.
Apiqu is proud to welcome CX Architect and perennial Sitecore MVP, Dennis Augustine to the team. Dennis is a master software architect, business analyst and strategist. As one of seven Sitecore Technologist MVPs in Canada he brings top tier technical ability to our already very capable team, making Apiqu a Sitecore powerhouse to be reckoned with.
Apiqu Team is proud to present BitPay Payment Plugin for Sitecore Commerce, our latest tool to help enhance our client’s e-commerce offerings. This functional new plugin is not only easy to use, but it will ensure your customers' cryptocurrency payment experience is faster, more secure, and anonymous anywhere on earth.
Active Commerce’s recent disappointing news to discontinue their e-commerce platform brought sorrow to our team; We did enjoy working with the product, and still believe that it's one of the best e-commerce solutions for Sitecore, if not the best at the moment. Here is how powerful this solution is, and why developers love it.
In the previous article, we’ve successfully installed Sitecore 8.2 and Commerce Server 11.4. Now we are ready to connect everything together and make the necessary configurations. This article mostly covers the steps which can potentially cause issues or confusions during execution of bizarre and/or mysterious PowerShell commands.
Sitecore’s recent announcement of Sitecore Commerce kindled plenty of discussions and excitement in its community. I was lucky enough to see a few slides about it during Sitecore’s presentation in Toronto and enjoyed a grandiose speech by Rob Neilly. This article covers tips and tricks of Sitecore Commerce 8.2.1 installation.
Each time you are beginning a new Sitecore project it eventually comes to the decision of what exact container to use in order to store and resolve all of your dependencies.There are dozens of .NET containers you can find in Nuget. However, in this article I will cover how to integrate the fastest DI Container directly into Sitecore using pipelines.