Sitecore Development Best Practices

Posted by: Debashis Nandi
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This blog is to help programmers develop high performance Sitecore websites.

These recommended practices are from my past experience and some other sources on web. It is valid for Sitecore

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Sitecore Widgets

Posted by: Ajit Sharma
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Although the term “Sitecore Widget” suggests that it is very complex and involves a lot of code, but in reality, it is not. It is simply a presentation component (sublayout/rendering) with flexibility to set/change the data source/component. Sitecore widget is similar to a “Web Part”.

Sitecore’s fundamental architecture separates various concerns of the CMS into different pieces. This separation makes the CMS very extensible, customizable, and easy to work with. Sitecore’s presentation layer is broken down into layouts and renderings (XSL renderings, sublayouts, WebControls). Specifically within renderings is a field “DataSource” to dynamically assign a specific item to the presentation component. The purpose of the DataSource field on a sublayout/rendering is to abstract away from the implementation (ASCX) of the data to pull into the component.

Adding custom warnings in the Sitecore content editor window

Posted by: Navjyot Singh
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During a routine project discussion, the client expressed a need for an easier way to add versions to items on the website. While the editor works on an item (although he gets to “Lock and Edit” it), what if he wants to preserve the older version for some reason and move on to create a new one. We know that Sitecore provides the “Add Version” option under the “Version” tab in the menu, but in this case the client wanted something more accessible.

Knowing that Sitecore allows managing custom warnings in the content editor window; I proposed a solution that we add a warning message along with the button to allow the user to “Version Up, Lock and Edit” the item.

Sitecore 7 Highlights for Business Users

Posted by: Alistair Deneys

Sitecore’s latest CMS release, Sitecore 7, is a hot topic at the moment within the Sitecore community. The social channels and blogs are buzzing with information about the new release. The Sitecore 7 development team are also hosting regular online meetings to help developers get up to speed.

Sitecore 7 has been dubbed as being a “Developer Release”, due to many of the backend features added to this release. But if you’re a non-technical Sitecore user, spending much of your working day within the Sitecore UI you may be left thinking “what’s in it for me”?

NUnit – Test-Driven Development Tool

Posted by: Prakash Rawat
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Introduction

Test-Driven Development (TDD) is a technique which emphasizes on preparing test scenarios or test cases before actually writing the code. There are number of TDD tools available in the market and NUnit is one of the most popular tools to automate unit testing for .Net projects. NUnit is a free, open-source tool. Unlike other testing tools, it does not create any test scripts by itself. You need to write code in .net for testing.



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