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Recently, a co-worker pinged me asking about the best way to handle transforms in a Sitecore 9+ PaaS environment. My response: "Transforms are the devil, and there are often zero reasons why you need them in a new Sitecore environment." Sitecore, of course, gives us rules-based configurations out of the box, which give us a lot of control over applying different configurations for different roles and environments, but what about modifications to the web.config? In my experience, most changes to the web.config are "one-time" changes that you can make (and document) as soon as an environment is provisioned. This includes managing assembly binding redirects, which is often something that changes each time you add a new NuGet reference to your project. Read on to learn how you can externalize your assembly binding redirects, instead of having to maintain a copy of the web.config file and/or transforms.
This post is the second part of a two-path walkthrough on creating configuring Visual Studio solutions for your Sitecore Commerce 9 implementation. The 1st part, Creating Sitecore Commerce Engine Solution with Visual Studio, explains the structure of and provides guidance on creating Commerce Engine solution, which is usually deployed on all four instances that run Sitecore Commerce Engine (Authoring, Shops, Minions and Ops). This part covers the website solution, which will run on your Sitecore CM and CD instances. It is possible to merge Commerce Engine and Sitecore website code into one solution, but more practical to keep them separate as they are meant for connected, but different environments, rely on different frameworks and often even built by different people.
XCentium, an award-winning full service digital consultancy, announced today that they have won the 2018 Sitecore Ultimate Experience Award in the Americas for their work on Dine Brands Global, the parent company of Applebee’s® and IHOP®. XCentium and Dine Brands Global were honored by Sitecore®, the global leader in digital experience management software, today during a ceremony at Sitecore Symposium, their annual user conference, in Orlando, Florida. The 2018 Ultimate Experience Award recipients were selected from the regional category winners of the Sitecore Experience Awards, with one from each of the Americas, Europe, Middle East, & Africa (EMEA), Australia & New Zealand, and Greater Asia.
Los Angeles, CA, August 2, 2018 – Dine Brands Global and XCentium have been named the North American winners of the 2018 Sitecore Experience Awards in the category “Best Business Return On Investment,” XCentium announced today.
The Sitecore Experience Awards recognize brands that have built a truly customer-centric digital experiences with Sitecore®, the global leader in Digital Experience Management Software. This award is the first time a restaurant company has been recognized in any Sitecore Experience Awards category.
For some time now, I've wanted to eliminate gulp from the build and deploy workflow of Helix based solutions. The use of Node, NPM, and Gulp has never set well with me. Surely there has to be a way to achieve the same results with more Visual Studio native technologies.