One thing I love about Sitecore is the ability to extend and customize almost anything. And that also goes with the newly released Sitecore JSS. In the previous posts, I gave a very brief introduction and getting started with Sitecore JSS, and then I tried to recreate a very minimal JSS app without using any…
In the last post of getting started with Sitecore JSS, I worte a brief introduction on what is actually Sitecore JSS, decribed the server and client components and finally showed how to run the out of box react template. I also described briefly what comes with the default template in terms of folder but didn’t…
I have been working on a mega project using Sitecore JSS, it even got pushed to production since TP4. Having said, I decided to start blogging about this awesome technology hopefully to give back to the community and to learn more through the process. So let’s begin.