Front-end developers convert designs using a variety of front-end tools that generate HTML and CSS. Front-end developers then pass this work to back-end developers, who convert the code to a Sitecore component.
Feydra eliminates the traditional serial implementation process and reduces the overall development timeline. We built Feydra for our front-end team, and it was so game-changing we couldn’t keep it to ourselves.
Traditionally, front-end developers work with a variety of tools that convert designs to HTML and CSS. They pass their work to a back-end developer who converts their code into Sitecore components. This requires back-end developers to wait for front-end developers to finish and forces a serial implementation process. Any changes require a complete Sitecore instance creation stealing valuable time.
Through virtualization and separation, front-end and back-end developers can work in parallel, reducing friction and shortening timelines. Feydra virtualizes the entire Sitecore instance allowing front-end developers to commit their changes to Source Control without requiring the intervention of a back-end developer.
- Front-end developers can work the way they like with the tools they prefer using their own virtual sandbox.
- Through virtualization and separation, front-end and back-end developers can work in parallel, reducing friction and shortening timelines.
- Teams of front-end developers can work on a shared instance without stepping on each other.
- Eliminate team friction; maintain and update your portion of Sitecore in your virtual sandbox then simply push the changes to the shared location
- Installation in a shared location; front-end developers can be brought onto a project with ease. No need to set up all the Sitecore requirements.
$299 per activation, per year. Get Feydra for all your FEDs to make the optimal Sitecore front-end development team.
Feydra is sold as an annual subscription. Each license key authenticates against our licensing server. A license of Feydra may only be activated on one machine at any given time.