There are a few reasons why you should consider making an alternative of something that you like, if it’s on it’s way out.
Scaling your business is widely regarded as a necessity. Competitive pressures often create conditions where a company’s only has two choices: to grow, or to fail.
An important part of successful innovation is often a similar one to starting a new business, in that it is key to recognize and solve people’s pains. Oftentimes value is discovered through forming solutions to a common problem. Big or small, solving the right challenge at the right time is the key to a successful innovative idea.
Companies are learning that they have to innovate to hedge against digital disruption and continue to have success in the market. iCiDIGITAL recognizes that innovation is crucial to the longevity of their business and want to help others do the same.
Apache Sling’s tutorials include instructions to build a blog-like application with only 46 lines of code. This post is meant to step through the 46 Line Blog tutorial, accounting for new developments in Sling, and provide more context regarding the inner workings of Sling.
I’ve written about use cases for and benefits of Sling resource decoration. I thought it’d be good to follow up with some more notes I had on resource decoration.
Apache Sling provides a way to “decorate” resources before returning them through the Sling API. Here are some benefits and use cases for using Sling Resource Decoration.
I was inspired by Dr. Travis Bradberry’s post on increasing productivity by never touching things twice, and wanted to add my own tip to the #ProductivityHacks pool.