I am a certified Sitecore developer with a passion for the web. I hopped into the .NET space 5 years ago to work on enterprise-class applications and never looked back. I love building things—everything from from Legos to software that solves real problems. I have a strong foundation of backend skills, with sweet spots like security, portal solutions and APIs. Early on, before I had the benefit of SCORE, I made a lot of mistakes with Sitecore but learned a lot in the course of the struggle. I would like to support other developers by contributing my perspective on doing things “the Sitecore way,” rather than fighting the framework. Did I mention I love video games?
We recently built a website that meets the minimum viable product for a customer in under 24 working hours. An Enterprise Accelerator is the key, the secret sauce. This particular accelerator is built upon SCORE, but these principles can be applied to any CMS accelerator platform.
When we talk about Site Clusters -- as you hopefully read in Part 1 and Part 2 of this series -- we're referring to the localization strategy for translating a website from one localized language to many other localized languages. Let's imagine you have a website which you want to distribute to all of North America.
The solution I want to show you today involves optimizing images in Sitecore with PowerShell and TinyPNG. It allows for tremendous file size reduction with minor or nonexistent degradation in visual clarity at high resolutions.
You can use Data Providers for Security? Recently, @techphoria414 asked on the Sitecore Stack Exchange: “What are some appropriate uses for Sitecore Data Providers?” My answer was: When Security is just too…