In our project we agreed that content editors do not use inline styling in Rich Text Fields. We did not make it impossible in the Rich Text Editor of Sitecore to use it. This can be done, but for several reasons we didn’t do this (yet). To determine where inline styling is used. I made […]
When working on Sitecore and deploying modules to a Sitecore site we only want to deploy artifacts that are ours and not from Sitecore. This way we want to keep the deployment packages clean and fast. To manage the contents and behaviors of deployment packages we can use a wpp.targets file. The project setup We use Unicorn to serialize […]
You probably have on sites with pages that show how often these are visited. This is done to show visitors that the page has attracted more people to read it and encourages them to read the article as well. This blogpost has been written using Sitecore 8.2. In older versions of Sitecore, different solutions can be used. […]
Sometimes in SharePoint you get errors that were not very clear when you start. However if you develop for some time in SharePoint you’ll learn the best practices and you will avoid some simple mistakes. One of these errors is: Attempted to use an object that has ceased to exist. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x80030102 (STG_E_REVERTED))
Writing e2e can be very valuable when developing clientside based web app’s. The de facto standard for writing e2e is protractor. This is since the introduction of AngularJS v1.2. The AngularJS team switched from Karma (aka scenario runner) to Protractor, Karma was used as the default e2e runner.
Recently I’m discovering a whole new world. The client side world. Last years I was developing a lot of webpart for SharePoint, but looking into the future we see a that many sites depend on a heavy frontend. As this client side is getting bigger and bigger, more code is produced. There’s also a need […]
To try to get my head around the differences of the factory’s, services and provider in AngularJS. This can be all very similar on first sight. However there are some differences between the three of them. I’ll try to explain how they work and which to choose when.
Minifying your clientside code is a best practice. Minification performs a variety of different code optimizations to scripts or css, such as removing unnecessary white space and comments and shortening variable names to one character. This last thing can be problem with Angular if you do it right.
There are many different ways to communicate between different Angular controllers in the same app. I will show what’s the best way in my opinion for now. Communicate with events. The alternative way is by using a inherited scope.
Sometimes you want a number of a certain length. If it’s not of that length it needs leading zeros. AngularJS provides the number filter. However this lacks the possibility to have leading zeros.
MVC5 came with some really nice stuff. In this blog post I’ll dig into the authentication with external logins as Microsoft calls them. We call them often social logins. The way this is done is quite different than in MVC4. Where MVC4 depended on webmatrix MVC5 makes use of OWIN security
NuGet, the package manager that is widely used in Visual Studio, has a lot of features that are really nice to use. However some things can be challenging. For example creating a NuGet package. It looks quite simple if you read the documentation on NuGet.org. Creating this in an automated process has some obstacles, like […]