In this episode we put an an end to the one of the most debated questions in .NET for Sitecore projects – Web Forms or MVC.
In this episode we tackle a frequent problem where business stakeholders participating in website change request process do not have user access to Sitecore, making it impossible for them to preview content edits before they go to production. Sitecore Publishing Targets allow us to create new “sudo” delivery environments that can be set to only accept […]
Very frequently we run into situations when we need to create a proof of concept application to test certain assumptions. These proof of concept projects are for the most part very quick and simple projects that test a theory or provide a concept for the future implementation. The following article describes the Proof of Concept […]
Sitecore Architecture Best Practices – Part 2: An Approach to Choosing The Right Sitecore Architecture Design Pattern
This blog post is part of the Sitecore Architecture series, where I discuss my personal approach to tackling Sitecore Solution Architecture and deciding on what pattern to follow. This article is especially important for architects and developers in general, as the decisions made in the early stages of the architecture design are of the most […]