Basic First Component In Headless Code

Up to this point most of the work we have done has centered around environment setup and content information architecture within Sitecore, now we will switch gears and start to investigate how the Sitecore Next.js SDK provides support for creating hybrid-headless sites. !!! important Naming Is Everything One of the most critical things to keep … Continue reading Basic First Component In Headless Code

Creating Your First Headless Component

The last article left us with an empty page, which isn't very helpful, nor very editor friendly so we need to start thinking about basic component creation. I'll stress that this article walks through the bare-minimum use case to allowing an author from Sitecore start to create content for rendering in our headless site. Future … Continue reading Creating Your First Headless Component

Moving A Step Closer to #Sitecore Headless Development

The last article left us off with a working environment and a really nice looking error message when visiting the site: Thus, this walkthrough is going to move workout the steps to turn that error message into some real content. In my opinion, the message displayed to the site only makes it seem that a … Continue reading Moving A Step Closer to #Sitecore Headless Development

Setting Up For #SitecoreHeadless Environment

Before we can start to explore the different aspects to Sitecore Headless Services, we need to get ourselves an environment. Because this is Sitecore we are dealing with the number of steps maybe a little higher than when working with other CMS, but this is part of the fact with Sitecore's hybrid approach to headless … Continue reading Setting Up For #SitecoreHeadless Environment

Introduction #Sitecore Headless

About a year ago, I began investigating a little around the ideas surrounding headless CMS. I attempted to layout some of the basic theories as I understood them in my article Exploring Headless CMS. After reviewing it again a year later, most of it holds up as a great resource still with some great looking … Continue reading Introduction #Sitecore Headless

#Sitecore Headless Setup Configuration Steps

At this point in the setup process there is a handful of manual steps to be taken. (With some further investigation these -could be- should be accomplished via some wiring up in the dotnet template creation process, but that is another article.) Docker Related Updates The first update that needs to be performed is ensuring … Continue reading #Sitecore Headless Setup Configuration Steps

Guide to #Sitecore Headless Setup

Before we can start to explore the different aspects to Sitecore Headless Services, we need to get ourselves an environment. Because this is Sitecore we are dealing with the number of steps maybe a little higher than when working with other CMS, but this is part of the fact with Sitecore's hybrid approach to headless … Continue reading Guide to #Sitecore Headless Setup

Flyover of #Sitecore Headless Services

About a year ago, I began investigating a little around the ideas surrounding headless CMS. I attempted to layout some of the basic theories as I understood them in my article Exploring Headless CMS. After reviewing it again a year later, most of it holds up as a great resource still with some great looking … Continue reading Flyover of #Sitecore Headless Services

Adding Secure Bindings to IIS

Back in 2018, I wrote an article that showed a PowerShell script that leveraged the Sitecore Fundamentals module to create and add self-signed certificates to an IIS web application. This solution was functional but was limited in that the IIS Web Application had to be the name of the URL to have a SSL certificate … Continue reading Adding Secure Bindings to IIS

Deploying and Running a Site

Over the past twelve articles, I have tried to cover the basics as well as a few advance elements to the Next.js framework, this is not a comprehensive look at everything Next.js adds to React, but enough to allow you to be successful in getting started and developing or maintaining a site. The last piece … Continue reading Deploying and Running a Site