Awarded Sitecore Technology MVP for 2023

With humble (yet excited) gratitude, I am happy to announce that for the seventh year Sitecore has honored me by selecting me as a 2023 Techonology MVP. It is always a pleasant surprise every January to see the expectance letter arrive in my inbox, as I am never confident that I have provided value to … Continue reading Awarded Sitecore Technology MVP for 2023

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A peak into GraphQL for #Sitecore

Through this series I have investigated and shown how to get an environment running, get presenting on a page, and looked at some of the finer points to the JavaScript Services (JSS) SDK code that lays the foundation for a successful site. The final new technical piece to understand in context of headless development with … Continue reading A peak into GraphQL for #Sitecore

Fly-over of more of the JSS base files

A few more key files I want to explore and understand can be found within src. As with most JavaScript frameworks (in this case Next.JS) the src directory is the default location for the code that goes into your site/application. Assets Directory The assets folder, as the name perfectly suggests, is where images, files, and … Continue reading Fly-over of more of the JSS base files

File Structure of a Sitecore JSS Site

At this point in the process, we have walked through enough basics that you can reasonably create and manage a site. But to get the most out of the Sitecore Headless we need to take a closer look the resulting file structure of the jss create command. Some of what is found in the file … Continue reading File Structure of a Sitecore JSS Site

#Sitecore 10.3 Added to The Docker Templates NuGet Package

As we enter the last few weeks of the year, I know many projects take a little slowdown in to-do items. Therefore, it is a perfect time to download the latest dotnet CLI template project to start building and running Sitecore 10.3 containers!! All you need to do is open a PowerShell prompt as Admin … Continue reading #Sitecore 10.3 Added to The Docker Templates NuGet Package

#Sitecore CLI for the Curious

Today's post relates to [the 04-RunningSMSCommands branch or later](https://github.com/gillissm/TheCodeAttic.Learning.SitecoreHeadless/tree/04-runningsmscommands) starting at this point all the required module JSON files will exist and be tied to items for syncing. With the initial pull of the codebase, you will need to initialize the Sitecore CLI tooling for the solution. This is done by opening a PowerShell prompt … Continue reading #Sitecore CLI for the Curious

Configuring the #Sitecore CLI

Now that Symposium is behind us, the importance of understanding how to work within Sitecore Headless and the tooling needed. One of the most critical tools we have access to, especially as you look towards XM Cloud and no longer have a server to play with is the Sitecore Management Service and supporting CLI for … Continue reading Configuring the #Sitecore CLI

Marketer Session to check out at #SitecoreSym 2022

October is almost here which means time is running out to get you tickets and plan schedule to attend Sitecore Symposium 2022 in Chicago, Illinois. The weather is looking to be what I consider to be moderate and horrible for packing with cool mornings and evenings (like 45 to 50 degrees Fahrenheit) hugging lovely afternoons … Continue reading Marketer Session to check out at #SitecoreSym 2022

#SitecoreSym 2022 Sessions for Developers

October is almost here which means time is running out to get you tickets and plan schedule to attend Sitecore Symposium 2022 in Chicago, Illinois. The weather is looking to be what I consider to be moderate and horrible for packing with cool mornings and evenings (like 45 to 50 degrees Fahrenheit) hugging lovely afternoons … Continue reading #SitecoreSym 2022 Sessions for Developers

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