Tag Archives: sitecore
In this video we take a look at how customize the Content Editor ribbon to include only the tabs and buttons that are relevant to the user’s role. This customization not only makes the Content Editor less confusing, it also increases its performance.
Sitecore Hackathon 2016 took place on January 29-30, 2016. 48 teams including a total of 132 developers from 15 countries around the world signed up to participate. Teams were given 24 hours to develop one of the following: New Habitat Feature – Sitecore Habitat is a a project aimed at showcasing the Component-based architectural approach […]
This is the second meetup of the Los Angeles Sitecore User Group on Google Hangouts hosted by Vasiliy Fomichev, Dan Solovay, Kautilya Prasad and Michael West. The following is the recording of the hangout with the agenda and presentations used in the video. *Note to self: need a new mic. 1. Insite Plus Sitecore Connector […]
This is the first video of the Sitecore Friday Tip of the Week series. In this video I cover the reasons for adding field help messages and provide tips to help developers with adding meaningful and helpful help information.
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 […]
This is the start of the series of online Los Angeles Sitecore User Group (LASUG) meetings on Google Hangouts hosted by Kevin Knudsen and Mark Servais from XCentium, Vasiliy Fomichev and Mike Reynolds. The following is the recording of the hangout with the agenda and presentations used in the video. Vault – XCentium […]
If you haven’t had a chance to attend SUGCON 2015 in New Orleans, or missed my presentation, check out this presentation slideshow taking a look at Docker and Sitecore. The presentation introduces Docker and looks at how Docker can be used with Sitecore and how it will revolutionaize Sitecore development forever. SUGCON 2015: Docker Containers […]
In How to Setup Mongo and Solr on Docker for Sitecore xDB: Part 1 we’ve looked at the importance of having access to immutable infrastructure and how Docker can help Sitecore developers with easily creating and maintaining Mongo and Solr instances for Sitecore xDB. In the following post, we will walk through creating our own Docker […]
First, Microsoft shocked the world by making .NET open source. Then they punched all the doubters in the face by running a .NET app in a Linux container running on a Windows machine at a Microsoft Build conference this year. Yes, that was .NET running on Linux running on Windows! …what is this wizardry? Docker After […]