One of the features I personally really like in SXA is Creative Exchange Live.
The CLI (Command Line Interface) is a command line tool that allows you to setup a theme locally and register it with SXA.
I would like to introduce you to something I have been working on for some time; the SXA Styleguide. A website completely build using nothing but just SXA 9.3.
With the installation of SXA you get access to several standard SXA components that you can use to build your webpages.
Recently someone asked me whether it's possible to assigns id's to SXA components instead of assigning css classes.
Rendering variants within SXA allow you to define your own html structures that will render your field values.
One of the features of SXA 9.3 that I am most excited about is the introduction of Scriban.
With SXA 9.3 two new search features have been introduced. First, we have the aggregated search filter.
One of the biggest focus areas of the SXA 9.3 release is making SXA more appealing and easier for frontend developers to work with.
Recently a tweet by Kiran Patil caught my attention and made me think that I needed to provide a bit more context to the issue.
You have seen the presentations, read a few articles on it and talked to some others.
Rendering variants allow you to read fields and customize the html that is used to render the content.
One of the things people love about SXA is it's flexibility. But did you know that themes are very flexible as well?
Did you ever had the need to centralize small portions of text and numbers and reuse those within the content of your site?
With the introduction of the Sitecore Experience Accelerator (SXA) 1.6 we are introducing some new functionality.