by Jason

As a software developer, 100% of the time I’m looking for a quicker and easier way to accomplish a task. Obviously, it must also be correct. I would love to write reusable software every time; however, sometimes I just need a one-time, quick, useful application that does what I need and does it well, is quick to write, and lets me concentrate on bigger things. This is where I’ve found that Node.js has proved itself over and over.

A warm welcome to Anthony Thomas who joins our team of back-end developers. Anthony comes to Delphic Digital having worked on Radar software for the Department of Defense and for the Atlanta Bicycle coalition’s website.


by Jeff

The My Digital Life series shares how Delphic employees interact with technology each day, both for personal and professional use.

In my previous post, I talked about how and why we wanted to try using Multistep forms in Webforms for Marketers (WFFM). This post is about creating the hidden field that we used to accomplish the multistep form in WFFM.

Here at Delphic Sage, we're constantly evolving our marketing tactics from learnings gained through A/B and multivariate tests to improve lead quantity and quality. Sitecore's Webforms for Marketers (WFFM) module usually provides enough of an agile environment for our marketers to run their various tests but it does have its limitations when complexities are added. When our marketing team recently asked if we could do a new type of A/B test involving multi-step WFFM forms on landing pages, I gave them my usual annoying response of, "With enough budget, we can do anything. " After a strategy session, we all agreed not to make a large investment at this stage of testing, and instead, focused on a solution that allowed us to launch quickly.

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