Next.js allows you to create or update static pages after you’ve built your site. Incremental Static Regeneration (ISR) enables developers and content editors to use static-generation on a per-page basis, without needing to rebuild the entire site. With ISR, you can retain the benefits of static while scaling to millions of pages. Static pages can … Continue reading Sitecore JSS – NEXT.js – Exploring the Incremental Site Regeneration (ISR).
In this post, I’ll share the steps to get our Next.js Sitecore App deployed into Vercel on some simple steps. Vercel is the creator of Next.js and now also a Sitecore partner. To avoid a huge and extensive post, I won’t be writing about Next.js, Vercel, JSS, etc. instead, please find some useful links with … Continue reading Deploying a Sitecore JSS-Next.js App with SSG & ISR to Vercel (from zero to live)
In the previous posts (Part I and Part II) we’ve explored the Mailing Lists and Segmentation, Custom Fields, a bit about Automation and both the front end and API integration approaches. Let’s go deeper into the other features and functionalities that Moosend provides out of the box and some quick examples on how to make … Continue reading Sitecore Moosend – Part III: Campaigns, Automation, Templates, Designer and Subscription Forms
In my previous post I’ve shared a quick overview on Moosend and some of the main features. I advise you to take a look at the previous one before proceeding with this reading. Today we will explore a bit more in depth the mailing lists, custom fields and also the API implementation approach. Mailing Lists … Continue reading Sitecore Moosend – Part II: Mailing Lists, Custom Fields and API Integration
Moosend is a SaaS all-in-one email marketing tool that not only provides email marketing features but also advanced marketing automation, reporting, landing pages, tracking, newsletters, and subscription forms. We can think about Moosend as the SaaS version of Sitecore’s Email Experience Manager (EXM) platform. As this is one of the latest Sitecore acquisitions, in this post … Continue reading A first look at Moosend – One of the latest Sitecore acquisitions.
This time I’m sharing a simple implementation for sending notifications to a MS Teams channel. This can be useful when you want to keep a group of Sitecore users updated on the publishing operations. It also useful when publishing large amount of items and the editors won’t keep the Sitecore session, so there is no … Continue reading Sitecore publishing notifications to MS Teams
In my previous posts about images cropping, I’ve used Azure Cognitive Services (Vision) for managing media cropping in a smart way. Now, I’m sharing another usage of Azure Cognitive Services (Language) for building a Powershell tool that makes possible to translate your Sitecore content in a quick and easy way. Handling item versioning and translation … Continue reading Sitecore smart translation tool with SPE and Azure Cognitive Services (AI)
In my previous post, I’ve explained how to configure the Blob Storage Module on a Sitecore 9.3+ instance. The following post assumes you are already familiar with it and you’ve your Sitecore instance making use of the Azure blob storage provider. In this post I’ll show you how we can make use of Azure Functions … Continue reading Sitecore media optimization with Azure Functions + Blob Storage + Magick.NET
In this post I’m explaining how to switch the blob storage provider to make use of Azure Blob Storage. Before Sitecore 9.3, we could store the blobs on the DB or filesystem, Azure Blob Storage was not supported out of the box and even tough it was possible, it required some customizations to make it … Continue reading How to enable Azure Blob Storage on Sitecore 9.3+
In my previous post I’ve shared the custom image field implementation that makes use of the Azure Computer Vision service in order to crop and generate the thumbnails using AI. Please before proceed with this reading, make sure you already went through the previous posts: Part I and Part II. Now, I’ll be sharing the … Continue reading Sitecore smart image cropping, tags and alt text with AI: Azure Computer Vision – Part III.
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