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This video illustrates the use of Browsersync within nvQuickTheme to live-reload. This significantly increases the local development workflow efficiency.
Today I am troubleshooting an nvQuickSite 1.4.1 issue reported by a DNN Community member.
In this episode, we'll be talking with Don Gingold of Sprocket Websites as we look at a cool passion project for his wife. She is an author an Agatha Christie novel enthusiast. Don is looking to build a site to support his wife's new book and we'll be taking a dive into how structured content can help achieve some of the goals they have for the website.
In this episode, we'll be talking with Don Gingold of Sprocket Websites as we look at a cool passion project for his wife. She is an author an Agatha Christie novel enthusiast. Don is looking to build a site to support his wife's new book and we'll be taking a dive into how structured content can help achieve some of the goals they have for the website. This is Part 1 of a multi-part live stream where you can learn how to build a custom app using 2sxc from the ground up!
Today we focused on building out a view/template for visualizing all the glossary terms and their associated information on a page. We covered how to reference field data within the template and to even handle some more advanced features, like conditional display of a field ("Read More..." button) and how to list all associated of books for a given glossary term.
In this live stream, we are talking a look at how to make DNN Docs contributions within a local development environment instead of via the browser on GitHub.
This is a walkthrough of a simple edit to dnndocs.com using the browser only on GitHub. You don't have to be a GitHub or Git experience to help make the DNN Docs better!
In this live stream, I was joined by a very special guest, Daniel Valadas. We demonstrated the process for making a simple contribution to DNN Platform. The following links show the ISSUE that was going resolved and the PULL REQUEST that contained the resolution.
Today we focused on enhancing an existing view/template to render not only a list of all the glossary terms, but also the details for a single glossary term. We used some nice Razor logic to check for the existence of a an "id" querystring parameter value and make sure it has a valid data type. From there we rendered a different block of code for the list versus for the details. We capped it off with some basic UX work and now we have a fully functional app with related entities, and much more!
In this live stream, I talked DNN build and debugging with Peter Donker. Peter has a fantastic video series on the subject and it is a MUST VIEW for anyone wishing to build and debug DNN within a local development environment. It is also helpful for those wanting to contribute to the open-source project - all are welcome!
In this episode, I am joined by Daniel Valadas to participate in the DNN Platform 9.7.0 RC2 testing frenzy! We replaced the default site logo with an SVG logo to ensure everything worked as expected. Actually, we tested both methods for uploading the SVG.
In this episode, I am joined by Will "HisMightiness" Strohl to participate in the DNN Platform 9.7.0 RC2 testing frenzy! We performed a "clean install" and performed a few quick tests to ensure all was in order. We'll report our findings back to the Technology team.
In this live stream, we covered how to make a simple contribution to DNN Docs by providing "Feedback" on a specific page of dnndocs.com.
Today DNN Dave is joined by Aaron Lopez of WOLF X MACHINA (https://wolfxmachina.com/) to talk about how to approach development "the right way". What is "Design First"? Bring critical UI/UX thinking to your development strategy and drastically improve your resulting work products.
Today I'll be chatting with Mitchel Sellers (https://www.mitchelsellers.com), the Technology Lead for DNN Platform, about the latest and GREATEST release - DNN Platform 9.8.0. This truly is an epic release and there is much to chat about.
This video provides an introduction to a new way to kickstart your custom DNN Platform extension development efforts. This new command-line interface call DNN CLI makes it quick and easy to get started developing custom extensions for this powerful .NET Content Management System (CMS).
Hacktoberfest 2020 is underway and there is no better time than now to support your favorite open source projects. I'll introduce you to this yearly open-source initiative and I'll bring you along for the ride on my first contribution. Oh, and did I mention you'll get an opportunity to pick a limited edition T-shirt for free? Or, maybe you'd like to plant a tree instead? So cool! Get involved and make a difference!
Hacktoberfest 2020 is underway and there is no better time than now to support your favorite open source projects. I'll share a few tips to help you attract participants to your project and to hopefully increase the quality of the resulting contributions. Oh, and did I mention you'll get an opportunity to pick a limited edition T-shirt for free? Or, maybe you'd like to plant a tree instead? So cool! Get involved and make a difference!
Check out this awesome FREE extension called Scheduled SQL Jobs. This extension is provided by Mitchel Sellers and Iowa Computer Gurus and can be found on GitHub (link provided below). This extension is a sure winner for every DNNCMS website in your portfolio!
In this session, Daniel Valadas and I will walk you through step-by-step on the complete removal of Telerik from DNN Platform 9.8.0. Many of you have been waiting for this ability and it is now possible in DNN Platform 9.8.0.