Guess what...Sitecore launched a trial license with 60 days trial. https://www.sitecore.net/getting-started/implementation/developing-on-sitecore Its such a great news for the folks who are either New to Sitecore and want to make their hands dirty on Sitecore Development Freelancers who are currently not on any project Developers who are not allowed to use the Client's license on personal... Continue Reading →
Did you ask – Why should I upgrade to Sitecore 9 ?
Same question again and without any doubt Sitecore is ready with bagful of features to answer the question that – Why should we upgrade to Sitecore 9? Referring the history every intermediate release of Sitecore from one update to another comes with critical bug fixes, patches and sometime new features. But whenever a new version... Continue Reading →
9 Reasons Why Experience Analytics and SQL are buddies again in Sitecore 9
Couple of years back Sitecore launched No-SQL platform for analytics by collaboration with MongoDB. Which drastically increased scalability for websites struggling with performance issues using Sitecore Analytics on SQL with heavy traffic. Sitecore mandated to use Mongo for Analytics hence whoever was upgrading to the latest versions left with NO options other than implementing MongoDB.... Continue Reading →
Best Practice – Presentation Components
Sitecore recommended practices for presentation: Limit the number of layouts in favor of sublayouts. The aim should be to have one layout per site per device. Place components that appear in every single page statically (in the markup) of the layout. Use placeholders to dynamically bind components that only appear in some pages. Group components... Continue Reading →