In the past, if you wanted to filter a list of content by category or tags you would be required to put tags or categories widget onto the page. In this example, I have a category, tags, and News widget on this page. I have five news items tagged and categorized and only two news items can display per page.
In this next series of blog posts, I’m going to talk about all of the new features in Sitefinity 12.1. In today’s post, we’re going to talk about predefined values for widget properties and how to set them up.
If you’re new to Sitefinity you’ll quickly learn that in order to use Sitefinity you’re going to need a license file. That license file determines what you can access inside of Sitefinity and what you can do.
I’m going to show you 3 places you can go to download Sitefinity for yourself.
If you’re new to Sitefinity and you’re wondering how that code was created behind the scenes then Just Decompile might be the answer for you.
In my last few videos, I’ve been talking about MVC and how it works with asp.net and this video, we’re going to look at how MVC applies to Sitefinity going forward.
Today we’re going to talk about three ways asp.net MVC can simplify your development.
In my last video we talked about model/view/controller, and today we’re going to show a concrete example of how MVC is used inside of ASP.NET.
So what is MVC? MVC stands for model view controller, and in today’s video, we’re going to talk about what are the three pillars of an MVC model.