My experience with Team City. An excellent CI/build tool
Creating 403, 404 and 500 custom error pages for a Sitecore Web Application
When I started working with Sitecore, I always wondered how Sitecore names its logs. Sometimes you would see a date only as the name e.g. log.20170214.txt and sometimes a date and a time e.g. log.20170214.165444.txt. Keep in mind that Sitecore uses Log4Net as the logging framework so you'll need to read more about it if you're … Continue reading Tips & Tricks: Sitecore Log file naming
About NAnt NAnt is one of the oldest build/deployment tools that you can find online. It was created as a .NET build tool based on Ant, which is a build tool for Java. In NAnt's sourceforge page you can see archived initial versions since 2001 and by looking for pages/blogs/questions about NAnt you could see … Continue reading NAnt (A build tool) [CI]
Refreshing the selected Sitecore Item from code to load it's newly generated children items
Sample code and a brief description for generating sitemap.xml using google's alternate links' specification
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I will be briefly explaining and introducing Continuous Integration. What it is, why is it used and what it consists of. This is not a tutorial of any kind, just a very brief introduction.
A very brief introduction about the task runner tool GULP. What it is and how to set it up.
A year ago when I started working with GIT for the first time, I searched for a client that was good enough for me to start with. Luckily my colleague in that project was using GIT Extensions. I found it excellent to start with. But now a little more than a year later, I'm still … Continue reading My experience with GIT Clients