Dependency Injection with Sitecore

To create any solution, there are number of ways which includes design patterns that could be used depends upon the requirement. With this article, we will see how we can use Sitecore's Dependency Injection. Before that, A bit theory (I am not so good in theory!! 😉 ): What is IOC? inversion of control (IoC) is... Continue Reading →

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Add logs into Sitecore

Many times we may need to add some custom logs within sitecore. Example could be like we have to log the user login and logout detail or consider an audit log kind which will track the user actions into separate log file. below is an example of how you can have multiple kind of logs.... Continue Reading →

Sitecore SXM – Social Experience Manager

For the integration with Social Media, Sitecore is already having an inbuilt option. This allows you to have an option of logging in or share your thoughts from your site using social media options which could be Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Google+. For all the social media websites, they have their own options or ways... Continue Reading →

Customize Quick Action Bar with Sitecore

Sitecore gives many predefined options which you can find here. Now lets customize it, we will add our own Gutter to it which will just show Total version count with language code like an Item having en(1) means English language with 1 version only. Consider my site is in 3 languages that are English, Danish... Continue Reading →

Sitecore FXM – Federated Experience Manager

A really great tool provided by Sitecore for managing non-Sitecore or external website's content through Sitecore. Yes!!! non-Sitecore or external site. Consider we have a site like below screen. Its a default MVC site created in Visual studio. Here we will see how to manage above highlighted section (in RED color) through Sitecore FXM. Consider... Continue Reading →

Add Sitecore references through NuGet

Normally all the developers are giving a reference of all the required dlls from NuGet. But for Sitecore dlls, we normally add a folder as "Lib" and add all the Sitecore dlls in it and then add reference of required dlls from this folder. This was ok but sometimes when a developer by mistake add... Continue Reading →

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