One of the features I think has been missing from Sitecore SPEAK is a Rich Text component. This blog post is a custom Rich Text Editor I have created for Sitecore SPEAK, The underlying Rich Text Editor is provided by Tiny MCE. Continue reading
After blogging about creating some Sitecore Glass Attribute Helper Methods (Blog Post) to help front end developers add HTML attributes to Razor / Sitecore Glass Mapper controls. I had an interesting comment from Jim Noellsch, mentioning about turning the helper classes into a Fluent API.
With a Fluent API, A developer is able to chain up multiple method calls, by returning the object on each method. See an example here for a better explanation than I can give http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/640997/Fluent-interfaces-and-Method-Chaining-in-Csharp.
In this post i’ll explain how to create a custom Model binder in ASP.net to allow you to pass in a Sitecore ID in your controller action.
For example the controller action below accepts a Sitecore ID, however .net doesn’t know how to create the ID class from the form values passed to the action. Continue reading
Within the Sitecore Content Editor, the editor section can change context based on the type of Item you are editing. For example when a media folder item is selected, the view allows you to upload media files, a template item allow you to add fields etc. These areas are called editors.
You can define and create your own custom editors within the Content Editor and specify the type of items it is applicable to. Continue reading
One of the exciting features of Entity Service is the flexibility to create custom validation attributes for your model. As Sitecore.Services.Client (SSC) provides a framework based approach to creating services, and both server and client side APIs, validation can take place on both server and client side. Continue reading
A quick Sitecore 8 code sample to demonstrate programatically registering a page event such as an internal search, or a downloaded resource.