Do you want to keep up with the latest Sitecore Events going on near you or world wide? A webinar, A Symposium, A Sitecore User Group Meet or Hackathon. You will find all the events at one place on this calendar. Check Sitecore Community Event Calendar built using Outlook.com Calendar
This post, “Sitecore Azure install management certificate bug” contains information and resolution about an installation error received while creating a new environment via Sitecore Azure module. The issue is related to generation of “.publishsettings” file.
Comparing .Text Vs .Raw properties when using sitecore marketplace module Custom Item Generator.
Looking for a code that helps you download Media items from sitecore? This post might help you. Based on a project requirement I was asked to work on a functionality for having a download brochure drop down. A thought might have come to your mind why a drop down for downloading brochures, well my mind too said “what a wired request?”. Why not we just display links for the brochures. But we need to follow the designs and respect client’s requirements. So I created a drop down which displayed items that comes from a multilist field. Initially I had the media item’s url as the options value for my drop down, but then came across GetMediaStream() method which does the work for getting a media item into a stream so I tweaked my approach and passed item ID in the value for options.
“End of string expected at position” if you are facing this error definitely you are working on sitecore query. My sitecore query was working fine for few items and was giving above error for few other items. I compared the items and concluded that it had to do with the xpath keywods like “and” and “or” in the item names. To be cent percent sure, I tried the query with xpath builder tool in developer center and had the same error displayed.
There are some hidden settings which we do not find in web.config for sitecore. I was introduced to one such setting by Sitecore Support hence thought why not to share it. This post is for disabling rules cache which can be done via a setting specified in web.config.
This post is Part 2 of the series for sharing information about sitecore mobile implementation where the content is not shared with other sites for e.g. desktop site and mobile site have different content architecture.
Recently I have a chance to work on Sitecore Azure, in this post I will share my experience with Sitecore Azure, pre-requisites for sitecore azure, installing sitecore azure, errors faced during installation and deployment of sitecore azure & their resolutions. So this post will help you to get started with Sitecore Azure. This post considers integration of Sitecore 7.2 and Sitecore Azure 7.2.
I have seen few discussions floating on sitecore forums regarding the best way to implement a mobile site in sitecore. There are many different ways to implement mobile site in sitecore. I will try to share few of the ways which we have implemented based on different requirements and architecture for a site. Sitecore mobile site implementation is covered in a three post series, where each posts covers different ways to implement mobile site.
If you have just started working on cloud computing and you need to find a comparison between SaaS, IaaS and PaaS this post will give you insight about such comparison.