• Service Workers

    Why not? Browser support, that’s the only reason I can think of not to use this. Although, as long as we use the conditional (if (‘serviceWorker’ in navigator) {) older browsers will still work as normal and the people on modern browsers will get all the offline/performance enhancements that we can achieve. So why not? […]

  • Delphic Goes for Gold – Sitecore Gold

      Today we’re proud to announce our recognition as a Sitecore Gold Implementation Partner. A Sitecore partner since 2008, Delphic delivers more than just a CMS implementation of Sitecore, focusing on the entire engagement experience. Segmentation, personalization and marketing automation are a part of Delphic’s capabilities as a Sitecore Gold Implementation Partner. About Sitecore Sitecore’s experience platform […]

  • Chrome DevTools

    First a note on the drawer. It isn’t one of the panels but it’s there for us whenever we ask for it (esc). We’ll cover the ‘Console’ and ‘Emulation’ tabs within the following sections, but not ‘Search’ and ‘Rendering’. ‘Search’ is pretty self explanatory and ‘Rendering’ lets us toggle a few options – play around […]

  • Git Commands Cheat Sheet

      Before we start – a Git synopsis The Three Trees Commit selectors Ignore rules SETTING UP STAGING COMMITTING INSPECTION MANAGING BRANCHES MANAGING REMOTE REPOS MANAGING REMOTE BRANCHES TAGGING CONFLICTS STASH Git GLOBAL SETTINGS ALIASES   Before we start – a Git synopsis As with anything, knowing even a little about the mechanism behind whatever […]

  • Microsoft Tells Sharepoint Users to Move to Sitecore

    Sharepoint is Out; Sitecore is In Earlier this year, Microsoft announced that they would be dropping the Public Websites feature in SharePoint Online. This service allows Office 365 users to build and customize websites with in-browser tools. Through the use of templates, companies can build public-facing websites with custom domain names, search engine optimization tools, […]

  • Sitecore Bug Fixes for Roles Condition / Management

    While working with Sitecore 7.5 (Initial Release) for my current client, I have come across a few confirmed bugs in Sitecore.  The bugs are related in that they both have to do with the Edit User Roles Dialog box. With the gracious help of Sitecore Support, I have some solutions to report as well. First, […]

  • Sass? Yes, Please!

    I will be the first to admit, when I initially heard about Sass I wanted absolutely nothing to do with it, even though colleagues of mine were saying it was the “next big thing.” A quick Google search brought me to the official Sass site, which featured some code examples. At the time, I said, […]

  • Jamie Stump Returns As 3-Time Sitecore MVP

    This past week, Delphic Digital announced that our Sitecore Architect Jamie Stump was recognized as a Sitecore MVP for the third year in a row since 2013. Upon candidates being reviewed by a panel of developers and corporate executives, less than 4% of Sitecore partners worldwide are chosen to receive this designation. So it should […]