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Back in Februrary, I had the misfortune of having to miss Dallas' first Sitecore User Group meetup of the year, in which Michael West was going to be talking about Sitecore Powershell Extensions. At the time I was just getting familiar with PowerShell (and SPE) in general, so this was a session I was expecting to be able attend and learn a lot from. Knowing I wouldn't be able to make it, I reached out to Michael and asked him to record the session. The next day, I got a link to the video and was pretty blown away by what he had to show. Data Sync is an extension he had been working on to facilitate data imports from external sources. In the video, he coined it the "DEF killer"; he might just be right... Read on to learn more about what Data Sync is, and the things it can help you do.
In the latest version of Sitecore Experience Commerce 9.1.0, a new feature called Direct Navigation has been introduced which allows users to navigate directly to the commerce categories and products. In this blog post, I will go over the details on how this works…
Using Sitecore PowerShell can be a quick yet powerful way to read data from Commerce Catalog and update Sitecore items, associated with Commerce Catalog, something we needed to do quite often. This post provides few examples that can reused in similar use-cases
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.
When it came time to setup automated deployments with Octopus Deploy, at the time, I didn’t find much in the way of how others were configuring Octopus with Helix based solutions. I hope this post, and the previous post on automated builds (Part 1), can be a road map for you or provide a starting point for your CI setup journey.