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5 days ago
What you missed at SUGCON 2019 in London

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There are only a few yearly events that are able to provide an interesting as well as varied line-up. Combine this approach with a great location, excellent speakers and a fast evolving customer experience platform and you get the Sitecore User Group Conference!

Year by year this event draws in more and more developers, marketers and Sitecore partners to help streamline implementations, share insights and product developments and exchange information.

In line with our approach to have all things Sitecore top of mind, The Reference sent out its experts to attend this 2-days conference in the heart of the London business center.

Read below to see what we learned and experienced!

 
Blog Creation and implementation
December 13 2018
The user-friendly animation framework named Lottie

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We all like our apps to contain fluid, beautiful and fun animations. It seems a simple thing, but it’s one that can make the difference between an app that’s just OK and one that really stands out. Unfortunately, implementing good animations isn’t always that easy. The process of creation and integration is often a multidisciplinary endeavour. Fitting animation usage must be located, the animations themselves must be created and finally they also need to be implemented in your app. On top of that, if your application is multi-platform, things get even more complicated because iOS, Android and web all use different APIs for working with animations. All of this makes integrating solid animations in your app a difficult challenge. It can sometimes make for messy code, and getting an animation just right can feel like a real nightmare.
Blog Creation and implementation
December 5 2018
Umbraco for Content Editors

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The first thing a content editor will see when he logs in to the Umbraco back end for the first time, is a friendly pop-up from the Content Management System (CMS). To get a great head start the 12 step tour throughout the back-end introduces you into the menu and the sections it contains, the tree that is used for content, but also in the media library and other sections. Further it highlights the search functionality and leads you to the help button, which is the end of the welcome tour but the start of two other tours named "Create Content" and "Data Structure". These are good to get an idea on how the system works, but of course The Reference will provide you with a training specific to the custom implementation done on your request.
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