What does it take to start your journey with Sitecore — the advanced content management system? This question concerns both newbies and experienced developers who seek to switch to another area of expertise. That is why we had a brief talk with SaM Solutions’ Sitecore Lead Developer — Raman Khalupau. Raman is a talented expert who helps customers improve their business operations with the Sitecore Platform. Also, he is the head of SaM Solutions’ Sitecore Competency Center. In this interview, Raman tells us about his passion for Sitecore and explains why he is sure that proper training and support can inspire any developer to learn this CMS.
Today, I will not tell you about all the new features in Sitecore 9.2 but would like to draw your attention to the serialization mechanism.
Creating a Xamarin app implies the development of a common logic for several platforms, which is quite convenient, but may cause some troubles as well.
In this article, I will tell you how you can easily configure a part of continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) while engaged in cross-platform development with the help of Azure Pipelines. You will also learn how to build projects on your local machines instead of Microsoft-hosted agents.
For modern businesses, it’s extremely important to be flexible in order to satisfy the constantly changing customer needs. That’s why more and more companies turn to the evolving cloud computing services, which provide scalability, optimize connectivity and improve performance.
Sitecore is not an exception, as it allows you to deploy solutions on the Azure Platform as a Service (PaaS). For a new Sitecore environment, you can use out-of-the-box web deploy packages (WDP). But to deploy your existing (local) solution, you need to initially package it into a WDP.
In this article, I will tell you how you can package your local Sitecore Habitat into web deploy package (WDP). You will also see what issues you might run into during the process.
The SUGCON Europe 2019 I attended in London on April 4-5 was an exciting and informative event that gave me a chance to network with the best representatives of the Sitecore community and to upgrade my skills. Today, I’m happy to share the latest news from the conference about Sitecore CMS version 9.2, which is expected to be released in the coming months.
On March 2, the SaM Solutions team got their first Sitecore Hackathon experience, and we’re off to a great start! The team of “Brave Sitecorians” — Raman Khalupau, Andrei Shynkarenka and me, Vadzim Papko, — has successfully met the challenge, which resulted in the creation of an efficient module that enhances content management.