An opportunity to learn, a place to meet your tech-heroes or MVPs, and a chance to enjoy a fun place like Orlando where every kid wants to go – including me. This year’s Symposium marked a great personal satisfaction. Having the opportunity to attend and being my first time, made me feel this is the place where to be if you are part of the community. There are quite some anecdotes and stories to tell, so let’s just start with my takeaways before this gets too long.Continue reading “Sitecore Symposium 2019 Takeaways”
Continuing with the RSS series, this time we will talk about the other type of RSS that Sitecore provides. Just a reminder, we first talked about the different types of RSS feeds we can create in Sitecore as well as the main differences and features. Then, we talked about external or regular RSS designed for content created in the site. Now, it is time to talk about the internal RSS or the one designed to work with items and their state in a workflow.Continue reading “Client RSS Feeds”
So, you want to create a RSS feed in Sitecore. Please just take a look at this post as background or at least the “Important Notes” section. In the previous post I talked about the different RSS feed you are able to create within Sitecore and I just want to make sure you are in the correct place and this is what you need before discuss the implementation details.Continue reading “Create a Regular RSS Feed”
It is one of the easy features to enable in Sitecore and a quick win if you enable this in your Sitecore clients. Let’s start with a definition from Sitecore:Continue reading “Sitecore RSS”
What is it?
A browser-based debugger that opens in a new browser tab which allows you to see a breakdown of the rendering process the page went through with some useful information such as duration and items accessed that is useful for diagnosing which renderings are taking a long time. By default, the debugger resolves requests to the home page of the web database.Continue reading “Sitecore Debug”