Why upgrade to LTS2021? While there are numerous benefits to upgrading to the latest version (performance improvements, bug fixing, new features, etc), according to https://www.nuxeo.com/legal/supported-versions/ the support for LTS 2019 (or 10.10) is ending on 04/04/2023. And this date is right around the corner!
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It’s January 2023 so what better time to start setting some good tech resolutions? As always, few of my yearly tech resolutions are to write better code, optimize more, save $ on the infrastructure cost and of course, learn as many new things as possible (Integrate with chatgpt — anyone?).
On the topic of writing better code — maybe now it’s an ideal time to refactor/ avoid making some mistakes that could potentially lead to a lot of $ spent on infrastructure and poor performance of your application overall?
Let’s start with a discussion on component coupling, communication, and when to an event bus. Polymer has a few communication options available, and the key is finding the optimal coupling for each situation:
Let’s say you want to add some extra logic for the click event on a button. The first problem is that there are already some functions attached to the click event of the button.
Adding a new event, does not guarantee it will run first.
In this article I am going to focus on a rendering issue that one of our clients at Maretha.io encountered and I will detail the steps performed to find a solution.
This is a solution for successfully overwriting Nuxeo LTS2021 Web UI bundled JS components without getting the error Uncaught DOMException: Failed to execute ‘define’ on ‘CustomElementRegistry’: this name has already been used with this registry.
Most integrations with Nuxeo are implemented with similar patterns. I saw a press release about Salsify’s 10 year anniversary and I wanted to blog about how I integrated the Nuxeo platform with Salsify PXM as the pattern was a little different than usual.
For the past 3 years, I’ve been working on migrating several billion documents from IBM FileNet P8 systems into Nuxeo. My efforts have gotten a lot more interesting since both customers I have been working with decided to add Nuxeo’s DAM capabilities shortly after the migration processes were underway.
I’ve been building web applications for over a decade and so I’ve had the chance to experiment with many libraries and frameworks. Some I grew to love, some… not so much.
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