Category Archives: Sitecore

The case for PORV (Plain Old Razor Views)

At the turn of the century there was a battle for where and how to store your applications business logic. Entity Beans became the bloody loser. Plain Old Java Objects came away victorious. The benefits worked both ways. It became easy to … Continue reading

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Automate creating a NuGet package from your Visual Studio project file

Dependencies lead to complexity. Complexity makes things unpredictable. When you change software and get unpredictable things happen. Rarely are these things good. That makes people fear change. Which makes it hard to harness change for the competitive advantage of the customer. NuGet manages … Continue reading

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Sitecore MVC – A Dynamic Model

This is the second post in a series about using Sitecore MVC out-of-the-box. Last weeks post explored how to put together a simple page. This week I’ll try and create a typical navigation control which will involve pulling out data … Continue reading

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Sitecore MVC – The Simplest Page

I’m interested in what Sitecore can do with Mvc out-of-the-box. I want Sitecore to pick up a request, parse the url and find the appropriate item. I want Sitecore to provide me with standard routes, controllers, models and helpers. I … Continue reading

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