Caching is a very important feature for a site to have a good performance. Sitecore has several caches that can be set when adding sublayouts or renderings via the presentation details. A developer will normally set the caching on the standard items which will be automatically be set when content authors creates the items.
Sitecore publishing is the action of transferring items from a Source to a Target database. There are different types of publishing:
- Incremental Publish
- Smart Publish
- Publish Item
I have been given the chance to work on a new project which makes use of the SCORE Framework. The SCORE Framework has been designed and implemented by BrainJocks. During this post, I will provide a more in-depth overview of the SCORE Framework. I have also undergo a 3 days training with the BrainJocks guys in which I have learned how to use the SCORE Framework.
All projects need to go through the development phase.When designing a website, one should make sure that the site is being rendered on a mobile phone properly. Many developers make use of the browser mobile agent plugins to see how the site will look like on a mobile. However, last time while debugging a code for mobile on a Sitecore Local Instance, I have seen that the layout being loaded is the desktop one and not the mobile one. This was on a local instance but the agent was working properly on our UAT server.
What to choose? Sitecore xDB or Google Analytics? During this post, I will explain to you the difference between Sitecore xDB and Google Analytics.
Nowadays, release to different environments is performed using Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment. This process allows for a Quicker and Quality production deployment.