There’s a lot of talk about 'expertly done' at Cognifide. It says something about our ambition and our culture. By specialising, we’re experts at what we do, but expertise isn't something that stands still, in a fast-changing landscape, to stay ahead you always have to strive for better.
That's no better demonstrated than with our tech team. They're our real experts. Trusted advisors to everyone from digital marketing heads of global brands, to our partners at Adobe and Sitecore. Our expert developers work on the cutting edge of marketing technology and love a challenge.
16th May 2013 Adam Najmanowicz
We, together with our client, have run into an issue with the Sitecore History Engine recently. The story is fairly simple yet coming to a conclusion was not that obvious. Some of our articles did not index in a multi-management server scenario properly. When articles were edited on one server, the second one didn’t always [...]
06th May 2013 Szymon Kuzniak
It is always fun when a client request comes 30 minutes before the end of your work day. Recently I was asked to release a new market, and after believing I could finish on time, I selected the option to include child pages, ensured the correct language was selected, hit the publish button and… I [...]
26th Feb 2013 Tomek Rękawek
Content Management Systems and web-applications in general are probably the most difficult kind of software to secure. Modern CMS’ are so complex and feature abundant that it is often possible to find some security holes or unsecured modules and get access to confidential information or even modify the content without authorisation. Adobe CQ is very [...]
05th Dec 2012 Cognifide
Treat yourself to an early Christmas present and win an iPad mini in our The Bigger Bang! survey.
22nd Nov 2012 Ray Kane
Last week alongside Cognifide partners Sitecore and in association with Rackspace, we kicked off our new events for senior marketers, A Bigger Bang! http://www.cognifide.com/bigger-bang/.
01st Nov 2012 Maciej Majchrzak
Are you happy with your Sling/CQ development? If yes, you’re a lucky guy – you’ve just saved a couple of minutes because there’s no need for you to read this post. You’re still reading this, which means that you want to do your job better, write your CQ applications faster, produce better quality code; or [...]
16th Oct 2012 Marek Musielak
Have you ever experienced what can happen when one of your Sitecore users published the entire site accidentally instead of publishing only one chosen item? This can cause huge problems if there are some items located in a content tree that should not be published yet (or at all), or if the number of items [...]
11th Oct 2012 Tomek Rękawek
Let’s assume that you have a complex CQ-based site with a vast number of pages. Each page consists of many complex components, but content served by these components is usually static – so it doesn’t change with each user visiting it. Think about an article component, image, header, footer and so on. It’s a good idea [...]
09th Oct 2012 Tomek Rękawek
A strong team of nine Cognifide employees attended the adaptTo() conference held in Berlin last week—adaptTo() is a meeting focused on technical aspects of Apache Sling, Jackrabbit and Adobe CQ. The conference held stage to a number of interesting presentations—including two from Cognifide—which provided a wealth of useful information. The subject area of these talks was [...]
13th Sep 2012 Przemysław Taront
This post concerns Sitecore 6.6.0 (rev. 120622). source: sitecore.net One instance of Sitecore can host multiple sites. This is usually the best architecture if you need to host dozens of small microsites or if you have one website differing across multiple markets. In most cases, your sites share common layouts and templates and you do [...]