I was setting up the Sitecore Publishing Service 2.0 on our staging environment during the last couple of days. Things were going well and the Sitecore Publishing Service has been set up properly. Triggering a publish item was working as expected.
During the past few weeks, I have been working on a module which makes use of the Sitecore Analytics. I had to manipulates goals, profiles and outcomes programmatically. Especially Outcomes as it can only be triggered programmatically. Moreover, following a question on Sitecore StackExchange, I decided to blog about it. Continue reading
During the last few days, I was working on a module where I had to tag different Sitecore items with a profile card programmatically. At first, I thought it was an easy task but it came out it wasn’t.
During those past few days, I have been working on the Sitecore SPEAK. I wanted to build a UI using the Sitecore SPEAK Framework for a module that makes use of Powershell. So, in this post, I will explain how you can integrate Sitecore Powershell with SPEAK.
The Sitecore registry contains useful information about the user. For example, the different checkboxes that needs to be checked or unchecked in the ribbon is managed by the registry. This allows to gain in performance.
Today, I’ve helped a user on Stack Overflow to fix the following error on Sitecore 8.1:
“The maximum amount of data that you can upload is NaN undefined”.
So, I have decided to blog about this issue and how to fix it.