Pega now offers extensive user experience (UX) capabilities and enhancements, including Cosmos React – the latest version of the Pega Cosmos design system, and Pega Constellation – a new UI architecture that shifts the way low code and experienced developers build Pega applications.
On February 22 and 24 we hosted the cLSA Community event where Sam Alexander (Sr Product Manager
User Experience) covered the key design constructs and workings of Cosmos React, its design philosophy, and the latest capabilities, as well as how you can select the right front-end solution for your applications. In this event he also discussed the Constellation UI architecture for advanced use cases, including extension of DX components, a breakdown of new web self-service capabilities, and API integration. The presentation concluded with reviewing the phased approach for migrating applications to Cosmos React on Constellation.
In this post you will find the recordings of the presentation, the Q&A recordings off the live Q&A and the slides downloadable as PDF and the Q&A of the session (below the recordings).
In the browser notes there is a statement about the use of React in IE11:
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Vitali Graf (VitaliG7)
When you want to use DX API v2, you will be using Constellation. When creating your own front-end using Angular for example provides you with a lot of freedom and allows a different design than Cosmos brings. With the OOTB Cosmos React you don't need to invest in the creation of an angular (or other technology) front end interpreter. But the creation of your cases will remain the same.