Coveo Hive for Sitecore introduces a new level of modularity, an experience editor friendly eco-system of customizable components. A challenge with this modularity we will be going over is with existing stand-alone search pages and what it takes to swap out old search components for Coveo Hive components.
This walkthrough describes in detail how to convert a Bootstrap 4 Modal and properties into a content-authorable custom SXA Component. The SXA Modal will have the ability to add buttons that can either dismiss the modal, redirect, or prevent the modal from re-appearing on future page loads.
Last month a long-time colleague of mine, Doug Couto, presented a Sitecore meetup @Rightpoint on going ORMless in his last couple Sitecore Solutions. What exactly does it mean to be free from an ORM? During this post I'd like to recap some ORM pitfalls and discussion points to consider when building out your next Sitecore Solution. As my familiarity of ORMs are based on over four years of using Glass, I will be basing this recap on my own experience tied to that ORM.