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spider in a web with 2 scrapes Spider, Snork & Scrape, Part 2 

October 14, 2015

In Part 2 of this series, we'll show how to download an entire website to your local computer and build a reusable scraping framework to handle more complex scraping scenarios.

Development

surrealist man with no head like magritte painting Headless in the Cloud? What is Gained, What is Lost in “Headless” Sitecore Implementation  

August 12, 2015

Headless websites use CMS technology for the back end but not for rendering what the end user sees. Deciding to build your own custom front end (the missing “head”) has both advantages and disadvantages.

Development

Spider, Snork & Scrape, Part 1 

August 6, 2015

Content is still king, but first you have to find it! Once found, there are many free and easy-to-use tools to collect the information and transform it in order to make new content.

Development

Coveo Astronaut Coveo for Sitecore and Port 8080 

May 19, 2015

Ed shares his experience with an issue that's come up in all of his Coveo for Sitecore implementations that many other developers may face as well.

Development

Sitecore Page Level Testing 

May 5, 2015

One of Sitecore's most valuable capabilities is its capacity to allow content editors to easily create multivariate tests. 

Development

interior of nautilus A Beginner's Guide to Developing Sitecore Sublayouts 

April 15, 2015

As part of the high level of engagement that we endeavor to achieve and maintain with our clients, and as Sitecore experts, developers at TBG are often in the position of providing guidance for our clients’ Web development staff.

Development

Sitecore API Search Configuration Index Optimizing Your Index Configurations in Sitecore 7 

April 3, 2015

Sitecore Content Search API provides an easy-to-implement and scalable way of utilizing indexes on your Sitecore instance.

Development

Man searching Sitecore Content Search API Joining Search Queries 

February 2, 2015

Sitecore 7 introduced the exciting new Sitecore Content Search API. One of the coolest features of this new search API is the ability to write search queries using LINQ statements, and we share a few ways in which LINQ can be used.