Heading to the Sitecore Symposium 2017 in Las Vegas
The clock ticks, time never stops: we are approaching another Sitecore Symposium! It’s time to meet lots of good Sitecore friends and new people from our great community. Learn and discover what’s ne...
Living in a Multi-World - Sites, Queries, Standard Values, and Personalization
As a Sitecore developer, we always want to keep personalization in mind. Which means, we also want to keep the idea of "datasources" in mind.
On a standard website, headers and footers with datasources seem easy enough. Just set the datasources for header and footer on every page's standard values, and call it done. Publish to live. If personalization is needed, we can just go to the standard values again and set the personalization there. It would, of course, carry over to the other pages that the template is based off of.
But, imagine a world were a client wants something more than one website. They want a "multi"-site application.
Making the case
Unless you are hiding under a rock, I am sure you have heard about the Internet of Things (IoT). If you have heard about it but are still thinking about including IoT in your commerce ...
How Nish Tech launched a brand in 3 weeks using Sitecore Commerce Accelerator
Nish Tech recently launched two Implus brands Fuelebelt and Harbinger Fitness. We first launched Fuelbelt, then came Harbinger Fitness. We launched Harbinger Fitness in exactly three weeks. This was only possible because of SAFIC.
7 Design Principles in Sitecore Commerce Accelerator SAFIC
There is a long history of integration between Sitecore and various commerce platforms. It goes back to the day when Sitecore created Sitecore eCommerce Services (SES) for Sitecore 6.1. Most recently Commerce Connect is the preferred framework.