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.
02-12-2013Door Martijn van der Put
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.
24-05-2013Door Ruud van Falier
We have release the SEO-friendly URL module that we use in all our Sitecore projects. This blog post explains how it works and how you can use it in your own projects.
21-05-2013Door Ruud van Falier
Today was an important day for all Sitecore enthusiasts; the long awaited Sitecore 7 was released to the public! I was lucky enough to get an early peek at this release, as did all other MVP’s, and therefore new beforehand that this one would be well worth the waiting. It comes with an exciting new – super fast – search API along with UI changes that enable content editors to use the search features for content management (or should I call it customer engagement these days?)