This is part 2 of the blog series Sitecore MVC For Beginners.
In this post we will setup Visual Studio solution for our Sitecore MVC website.
I’m using Visual Studio 2013 this blog series.
In recent times Sitecore MVC has gain much popularity & it has become a standard choice now.
With every new Sitecore release, this is becoming more popular & powerful.
I get more & more requests to write about Sitecore MVC so here it is, a blog series about Getting Started with Sitecore MVC for beginners like me.
In this blog series we will create a demo website while learning basics of Sitecore MVC.
Few days back our client reported one issue where any formatting (HTML tags defined inside the MultiLine Text Field) were getting striped-out while saving the page in Experience Editor.
This was interesting as it was only happening in Experience Editor & If we save the page using Content Editor, everything was as expected.
This is the end product of all our learnings while I was writing the blog series Sitecore SPEAK for beginners.
As I said we should not only learn Sitecore SPAEK but make something useful for us.
I’ve packaged up all our learning into a Sitecore Module & published it to the Sitecore Market Place.
I named this “View Sitecore Jobs” & this module can be found here:
This is my learning for today & I thought to share this as a blog post.
Today while I was trying to setup Solr for Sitecore 8.0 Update 1, I was getting the following error :
This is part 9 of the blog series Sitecore SPEAK for beginners.
We will continue from our last post where we used our JobItems rendering parameter to render a static text.
In this post I’ll show how we can get Sitecore jobs as a JSON collection & bind that collection to our jobitems property.
This is part 8 of the blog series Sitecore SPEAK for beginners.
In our last post we created the Rendering Parameters template for for Custom Component & defined one JobItems property on it.
In this post we will see how we can use this Rendering Parameter to render some value on our Custom Component.