In this second part on Liferay as a content management system, I will give a short overview of the sections that are important to us as content authors. I will review the different parts that make up the Liferay UI once you are logged in, with a focus on the main side menu on the left side of the screen as well as the simulation tool that allows us to review our content on multiple simulated devices.
One of the most common antagonistic relationships in the modern tech workspace (and arguably the dumbest), is the one between designers and developers. However, good, functional communication is possible, and here we will tell you how.
A lot of portals (and other websites) fail to live up to there full potential. Some completely fail to survive after the initial loss of focus that happens when the project ends and the site or portal goes live. At Base22, we focus on making portals that are alive and successful long after their first birthday. That means thinking not just about what works - but also what doesn't and why. Here are ten reasons portals fail.
Obviously, it starts with bad content.
Everyone at Base22 loves to learn new ways to make work faster, more efficient, and more convenient. A successful and productive developer has to be fast and also reliable.
That’s why we began using Vue.js in our latest projects. Not only has it helped us in developing powerful and aesthetically appealing websites, it has made the process exponentially more efficient.
In this video, our latest entry in our simple explainer series, Sergio Baidon and Mario Contreras, break down the key points of Vue.js, how it works, and the pros of using it.
Proper visual design is one of the most important components of a website. Closely related to, and aligning with user experience, visual design is the key to developing aesthetically appealing websites. Why build an unattractive site that users shy away from when a good design can create a memorable and lasting impression for a site visitor.
We knew that great things were bound to happen after beginning the Academic Initiative partnership at Base22. The idea was to give back to the Academy everything we've received through the years: knowledge and experience. The difference we have found between the classroom and the project trenches are gaps we always try to reduce in our workforce. A partnership could not only help Base22, but the whole community.
Building a good website is hard. It takes planning, it takes skill and talent, and most of all, it takes content. Ideally, that content would tell a compelling and useful story of who you are, what you do, and how to work with you. In a perfect world, as soon as you published that content all of your potential customers would instantly read it and the phone would start ringing. Unfortunately, it doesn’t always work that way.
Organizations today are looking for technological solutions that can reduce payment processing, time constraints, and business costs. At the same time they need to strengthen compliance, improve services for their costumers, and generate a deeper integration of information shared by different sources within the organization.