Kennesaw, GA, February 3, 2016—BrainJocks today announced general availability of BrainJocks SCORE™ 2.0. The latest release of their modular development framework, which is Sitecore 8.1-ready, extends support for Atomic Design for Sitecore to deliver dramatic time and cost savings to enterprise clients.
SCORE 2.0 gives enterprises the flexibility to adapt to complex requirements by layering services and components in an automation framework. At the same time, this approach simplifies both testing and deployment.
This atomic approach to Sitecore allows content teams to deliver sophisticated user experiences using a simple process of placing components in the Experience Editor. By reframing page development as an arrangement of building blocks, SCORE removes complexity, empowers Marketing teams to own the customer experience and reduces the need for coding.
Content editors gain tight control over styling variances when working with components in SCORE 2.0. Styling options can now be selected for virtually every SCORE component—including content and structural items–from within the Sitecore Experience Editor.
The release expands SCORE’s standard component library with a Macro component, which enables SCORE Snippets to be run as Macros; an AddThis social sharing component; a composite link component; a Google Maps component supporting single and multiple location maps; and more.
SCORE 2.0 also introduces the Component Communications Framework (CCF). This gives Developers exceptional flexibility by supporting dialogue between related yet independent components, such as a search box and search results. In addition, SCORE 2.0 unifies SCORE MVC Areas with Sitecore MVC Areas.
“We’re excited to see our enterprise clients revolutionizing their approach to Sitecore delivery,” said Brian Beckham, BrainJocks CTO and President. “BrainJocks gives enterprises the flexibility to layer their own services and specialization on the SCORE framework. At the same time, enterprises avoid the need for custom development by using SCORE’s portable, styleable components across multiple sites.”
SCORE 2.0 is Sitecore 8.1-ready and also supports Sitecore 8.0 Update-6 and 7.2 Update-5. A migration path is available for current SCORE clients. For more information about the release or migration, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org