We recently worked with one our customers looking to implement personalization within their SDL Tridion environment. The client was looking to use either SDL’s Experience Optimization (XO)* or Adobe’s Target product.
In this forth Alchemy Training Video I’ll show you how easy it is to create a popup window for your plugin.
When building a GUI extension it’s best to only show your functionality when relevant, this behaviour starts with the buttons you add to the Ribbon Toolbar and the Context Menu.
If you’ve still not given Alchemy a shot, I’ve created a couple of videos to show how easy it is install (and un-install) the framework within your SDL Tridion / SDL Web Environment.
In this second video, I perform a quick review of the Alchemy Starter Project (SP). The SP provides a basic hello world project. It’s recommended to go through the project and rename some items and add your own icons this, this is all covered.
I’m going to be presenting a session at the Tridion Developer Summit next month that walks everyone through the creation of an Alchemy Plugin, so I thought I better get some practice! I also thought it would be useful to record this practice into a series of mini videos, so here goes with the first video of the series.
I recently gave a presentation at the Ohio Valley SDL Web User Group, which focused on the two main Content Delivery frameworks DD4T and DXA. If you were not present for this presentation, you can find a copy of my slides after the jump.