Many times, there is a need to create custom fields on objects for storing project specific custom data. We can create custom fields on any Salesforce B2B Commerce Cloud (previously CloudCraze) custom objects. However, below steps need to be followed in order to expose those fields on CC model and to be used on UI level when pages are rendered on storefront.
My previous blog Dynamically linking Coveo Search box to target Search page talked about how to achieve dynamic search page link on Sitecore 8.2 and Coveo for Sitecore 4.1. Here I am going to describe how to achieve this on Sitecore 9+, using Coveo for Sitecore 5.0 and Hive.
As many may know, Google+ is going away. Developers are to migrate from Google+ Sign-in to Google Sign-in. Per Sitecore support, Sitecore social connector is no longer supported for versions of Sitecore under 9.0. This post will discuss what needs to be done to update the Sitecore social connect to work with Google Sign-in.
Los Angeles, CA - XCentium today announced the launch and availability of their Flex Accelerator for Sitecore, a new SaaS solution offered as part of the Sitecore KickStart program. Designed specifically for mid-market organizations, Flex Accelerator for Sitecore enables Sitecore’s industry-leading digital experience platform to be deployed in a SaaS setting in as little as 30 days and at a starting price of $100,000 per year.
Flex Accelerator for Sitecore is home to several clients eager to use the new hosting model provided by the Sitecore KickStart program. Nexford University was the first to take advantage of the solution, with a new website built on Sitecore® Experience Platform version 9 only five weeks from hand-off to launch.
These days, performance and response times for web are more important than ever. It's very easy to lose a visitor when your page takes too long to load. One of the ways to improve performance of your site is to leverage a CDN for delivering static assets (CSS, JS, images, etc.). CDNs are great because they keep load off of your servers, and they often come with some built in optimization that can be leveraged to further improve your site's performance. However, many CDNs are a black box when it comes to knowing what is in the cache and what isn't. Sometimes you need to bust something out of the cache to ensure you are getting the latest version of an asset. In my case, we were leveraging Sucuri and I needed to bust some poorly optimized (fuzzy) images. Enter Sitecore Powershell Extensions, and an API call. Click to see how easy SPE makes things!