Sometimes I feel as if computers get emotional. I mean, they get angry and start messing with your work. Also, they start breaking things that weren’t supposed to break. This week, my computer decided to break one of the Solr indexes used by a Sitecore 9 installation.
You have probably heard about the new Sitecore Forms, announced in the Sitecore Symposium 2017 and available at the Sitecore Experience Platform 9.0 Initial Release. Now, there is a question that comes to mind. Is it time to migrate your WFFM forms to Sitecore Forms?
If you are using a Helix-based solution with TDS for serialization and have the TDS file deployment enabled, every time you run a Gulp task for building and publishing the solution, TDS will deploy files and items in the process. How do you disable that?
Much was said about Sitecore Database Prefetch Caches, but there is something that I missed in most of the articles I read. How to add custom prefetches without changing the default Sitecore prefetch files (Common.config, Core.config, Master.config and Webdb.config).
In this article, I’ll be sharing a little bit about Sitecore prefetch cache and how to patch a custom prefetch.
Recently, I did a Sitecore upgrade from version 8.1 Initial Release to version 8.2 Update 5. Basically, I just had to disabled xDB, run a couple of SQL queries, install the Sitecore Update Installation Wizard and finally install the upgrade package. Easy! But then, after finishing the upgrade, I opened Content Editor and surprise!
In this post, I’ll be covering how to list the Personalization Rules on a given page from a Rendering Controller. In order achieve it, I’ll be talking about how to get only the renderings that contain personalization rules and how to evaluate the personalization rule as well.
Continue reading “How to evaluate a Condition Rendering Rule from the code”
Continuing with my article on how to add Elasticsearch to your Sitecore, today I’ll be demonstrating how to index documents using NEST, a .NET client of Elasticsearch. Next, I demonstrate how to add two buttons to the Developer tab in Sitecore that triggers an Index re-creation and an indexation of the content tree.
Continue reading “How to add Elasticsearch to your Sitecore – Part II”