Hello dear developer. I hope you are doing all right 🙂 Today’s post will be about how ChatGPT can be a good friend when you need to “convert” Razor views to NextJs. The other day we wanted to do a POC for a table component in NextJs.*We did not want to use the “Richtext approach” … More Razor to NextJS? ChatGPT is your best friend for lazy Sitecore dinosaurs.
Developers, I hope you are well out there! A new year and a lot of new promises 🙂 The Sitecore User Group Conference (SUGCON) – Europe 2023, is almost upon us. This time it’s in Malaga in Spain. You should register at once => https://europe.sugcon.events/ Before we start, let’s celebrate and congratulate all the happy … More Argo CD Image Updater will make your GitOps life easier for your Sitecore setup in Kubernetes
Yo yo, Sitecorians 🙂 I hope you are all good out there. Sitecore just released 10.3, this is so wonderful!! I’m a big fan of SXA(And headless), and guess what? In this release there will be more juicy stuff for us “SXA Headless” people 😉 Check out Martin Miles’s blog post and be amazed at … More Make(file) githooks play nice with your Sitecore repository
Dear developers, I hope you are well out there. Today’s post will be a short one. I recently had to build a custom Submit Action (for a Sitecore Form). One of the requirements was to map Sitecore Forms fields with “CRM fields”, and the editors should do the “mapping”. I will not cover how the … More “Lookup Name Lookup Value List” and Sitecore PowerShell – a perfect match in Sitecore heaven
Dear fellow Sitecorians! Today’s post will be a short one 🙂 Earlier this year, we upgraded from10.0 to 10.2. Today I want to share my findings(and pain) regarding Sitecore Dictionaries in Node Headless SSR Proxy. We have several Node Headless SSR Proxies, using the excellent sample code from Sitecore – node/express scaffolding for SSR outside of … More Sitecore Commerce 10.2 adventures – Node Headless SSR Proxy, make it purr like a kitten
Dear fellow Sitecorians, a lot of news from the Sitecore Symposium. Read all about it – https://symposium.sitecore.com/ Today’s post is a sequel to the previous post – Handle URL rewrites in a Kubernetes cluster running a Sitecore multisite solution with NGINX using GitOps with Sitecore CLI – Part 2. It’s about the part when the editor … More Edit media files directly in Sitecore Media Library, no need to upload after every change. What sorcery is this!!
Hello, Sitecorians. I hope you are well out there. 😊 I just went through the Sharpe’s Rifles (Sharpe) series, and what a show! Sean Bean does a great job starring as the grumpy soldier rising from the ranks during the napoleon wars. It’s an old show, but it’s a must-see. 😊 I will not spoil anything, but there is … More Backup Sitecore content in GitHub Packages
Fellow developers, I hope you had a great summer (for those living in the Northern Hemisphere). Autumn is almost upon us, and we are ready to do some lovely Sitecore coding. Don’t forget to sign up for the big Sitecore event in Chicago – Sitecore Symposium. In my previous post, Handle URL redirects in an … More Handle URL rewrites in a Kubernetes cluster running a Sitecore multisite solution with NGINX using GitOps with Sitecore CLI – Part 2
Dear Sitecorians, recently Sitecore released XM Cloud. Interesting times ahead. Today’s post will be about using NGINX to handle rewrites/redirects for your Sitecore multisite solution. The flow is this: We will have a “manifest repo,” where the rewrite rules reside. Then, ArgoCD (GitOps) will listen to any changes and deploy them to our Kubernetes cluster … More Handle URL redirects in an AKS Sitecore multisite solution with Ingress-NGINX Controller using GitOps – Part 1
Friends, Sitecorians, world citizens, lend me your ears. What excellent stuff Microsoft has to offer. Did you guys watch the Microsoft Build 2022? If not, check out the videos on youtube NGINX is coming to Azure.This is great.https://www.nginx.com/blog/introducing-f5-nginx-for-azure-load-balancing-available-natively-as-saas-offering-on-microsoft-azure/ DAPR, DAPR, DAPR. The sidecar pattern, and it’s not only for Kubernetes. Meaning you can take advantage … More Update solrconfig.xml and/or managed-schema on the fly in your running SolrCloud instance on Kubernetes