In the current post I share my best practices, how you can maintain JS and CSS in a K2 application, so that it is reusable and can be easily found and maintained by you or your colleagues.
I decided to implement something else with ReactJS and below I will describe how to create a ReactJS control in K2 to display Carousel of images. The approach was tested in K2 Five and I assume should also work in the K2 Cloud. This is especially great for K2 Cloud, where you do not have any possibility to implement a custom control. Another nice thing about this approach is that ReactJS will load the images from the SmartObjects, exposed through the SmartObject OData API.
I was always thinking about how I can make the forms in K2 even nicer, than they are. And what if we can add a context video to certain standard applications? I will show you how you can easily achieve that.
I have been a fan of ReactJs for some time so far. I like the idea, that, as well as in K2, you can also create reusable components, even though the framework allows more customizations. K2 cannot be used to build single page applications, but nobody said it is not allowed to use ReactJs to create nice UI or layouts. In this post I will show you, how you can use ReactJs to build a masonry layout for images, stored in a SmartObject. The ReactJs component will get the images from K2 and render them in a nice responsive way. By the way, the approach is also suitable for K2 Cloud, where you cannot install any custom controls.
Such scenarios are not common, that you need to use K2 with NoSQL databases. However, I would still like to show the possibility of a K2 platform to connect to NoSQL databases to 'CRUD' data. Moreover, the REST API I am trying to show is kind of dynamic. The object schema as well as the collection you are working with completely depends on the swagger schema you use with K2 REST Broker. The current approach is also suitable for a K2 Cloud platform.