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With Sitecore 9.3 a new set of tooling was introduced to improve the front-end developer workflow: SXA CLI. As described by Sitecore:
SXA CLI is a useful command-line tool to automatize tasks for an SXA project. This topic describes how to add a theme using SXA CLI. This can be convenient if you want to have more control over your assets and use a version control system, such as Git.
For us, it is important tooling because it provides a developer-first approach for our front-end developers in SXA development.
Because the out-of-the-box functionality was insufficient for our development workflow we extended the standard SXA CLI tooling into SXACLI-enhancements, and solved most of the issues we had with the out-of-the-box SXA CLI tooling. We now had things like:
But there were still some things “sub-optimal”:
So time for a big make-over! Welcome to SXA Umbrella - Project structure and tooling to optimize front-end team development workflow in any Sitecore SXA project. The Github repository contains a lot of documentation and a getting started guide. Please let me know if it works for you or if you miss features.
Happy SXA front-end coding - the right way!
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