06-02-2014Door Ruud van Falier
The Sitecore Content Editor offers you commands to copy and paste items. But what if you don't want to copy an entire item, but just one version? Sitecore doesn't offer a solution for this out of the box.
Our Copy Version module adds a new version of the Copy, Paste and Copy To command that allow you to copy the latest version of an item to another item. Pasting the version to an item will create a new version with a copy of the original version.
20-01-2014Door Ruud van Falier
In ASP.NET applications you can catch all application exceptions in the Application_Error event handler in the global.asax. When you use Sitecore MVC, this event is not fired by default. It took me a while to figure out why this is, so I decided to write a short blog post about it.
14-01-2014Door Ruud van Falier
A common requirement for many Sitecore solutions is applying caching to certain areas of the application.
For example, on a service manager, an abstraction layer inbetween external services and the web application.
This blog post describes an example of an implementation of a caching layer that is reusable and does not require the existing logic to be modified.
It works by adding an attribute to the method that needs to be cached, marking it as cacheable.
Sitecore database compare tool
29-07-2013Door Ruud van Falier
Here is another handy command for the Sitecore client. It's added to the context menu of the Content Editor tree and expands all descendants of the selected item with one click.