Nick Hills’ headed over to SUGCON last week to share his infinite wisdom with the rest of the Sitecore community, if you missed it or want a recap you can listen to his talk below:
This talk shows off techniques that allow you to combine two great tools: the personalisation capabilities and power of xDB along with the benefits of CDN edge-caching. Editors can configure and design personalisation rules as normal yet still harness all the power and gains that CDN’s offer.
He’s also handily put together a whitepaper weighing up the pros and cons of the various approaches – http://blog.boro2g.co.uk/personalization-at-scale-whitepaper/
Get in touch if you want to find out more on +44 (0)117 932 7700 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Sitecore experts (MVPs) were lucky enough to get their hands on XP 8.1 two months before it was publicly released in October 2015. The early access allows them to get a head start on mastering the new release and provide Sitecore with essential feedback for improvements and the roadmap. As part of this Sitecore have released a whitepaper on the MVP’s initial reactions to three questions:
- What’s your favorite feature of Sitecore XP 8.1, e.g., what part do you think businesses couldn’t live without?
- What in your opinion is the greatest benefit of Sitecore XP 8.1 for digital technologists and IT leaders?
- What in your opinion is the greatest benefit of Sitecore XP 8.1 for developers?
You can grab your copy here. We’re pretty p
Having three MVPs as part of the team is a great honour, at the recent MVP conference Sitecore put a video together showing just how special this 0.53% of the community are to Sitecore:
With the launch of Sitecore 8.1 yesterday, our MVP’s have already been experimenting with the new features.
One of our MVP’s Mike Robbins has already been working with the new Sitecore SPEAK framework that launched with Sitecore 8.1. He has written a blog post documenting the changes in SPEAK 2.0 and how developers can create custom components to use with the new framework.
The blog post can be read here: http://mikerobbins.co.uk/2015/10/20/sitecore-speak-2-0-component-vs-speak-1-1/
Also the rich text editor that he built for Sitecore SPEAK 1.1 has been completely rewritten for SPEAK 2.0 and released on Sitcore 8.1 launch day.
The source code and package are available here. https://github.com/sobek1985/MikeRobbinsSPEAKRichTextEditor