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The landscape of business and shopping is changing!. With the help of unique Artificial Intelligence (AI) capabilities, e-commerce platforms are able to leverage the latest advancements in technology to learn about their customers and create personalized shopping experiences. One of the recent improvements in this market is voice-activated shopping using intelligent personal assistants. One of them being Amazon's Alexa, which stands out to be the most powerful and accurate voice system on the market.
In this article, I will go over my experience of integrating Sitecore Commerce application with Alexa. The integration of Alexa with Sitecore Commerce will delight the end users with a completely new way to interact with commerce applications.
Consulting is a fast-paced and rewarding environment, in stark contrast to the iterative and perfection-chasing product design environment. But one thing is constant and should be a top priority: Accessibility.
Sitecore components and placeholder are one of the main tools that allow content editors to take charge of a page, and control what a site visitor might see. It is often necessary to design components with ease-of-use, as well as re-use in mind. One of the drawbacks of the standard Sitecore placeholder is that it cannot be used multiple times on the same page; Sitecore ends up populating all instances of that placeholder with the same content. This was a problem for me in a recent project, which prompted me to create a Dynamic Placeholders extension. For this post, I will be sharing the process I went through to get Dynamic Placeholder functional in a Sitecore MVC project.
Sitecore 8.2 delivers a new feature for viewing content associated on a component right away in the Experience Editor. This is a useful feature especially for Content Authors who can check the status of the datasource items before moving the page item in workflow. This article goes over this feature with more details…
The hreflang attribute (commonly referred to as rel=”alternate” hreflang=”x”) helps search engines understand which language you are using on a specific page, so that they can serve the correct language or regional URL in search results. This article outlines the importance of this tag especially if you have multilingual websites…