With ASP.NET MVC + Razor and the ability to easily leverage Kendo UI, Sitefinity 7 is the fastest and most flexible version of Sitefinity yet. At Falafel Software, we want to be sure you understand how to make the most of these new techniques and tools. Our Foundations of Sitefinity MVC training will do just […]
Be productive with Sitefinity Content Management System in two, four-hour online sessions. Get full control over your website using the Sitefinity API and the powerful Sitefinity Fluent API. You’ll learn in detail how to manipulate all the CMS manager objects in the system, from querying website information to creating, updating and deleting content. Learn how […]
This organization has their own suite of controls for their automation systems, used by their customers and partners to build custom solutions on top. This organization had a new idea of providing their network of members with a proprietary marketplace so they can share and sell solutions in an “app store” manner. I was part of a team that […]
This financial institute have outgrown their SharePoint software to deliver targeted information to their various members and partners. My role included the migration, implementing a framework, and training on Sitefinity to enable their IT department to achieve their vision, while remaining compliant and secure.
A government agency migrated their website to Sitefinity for their content management system. I trained their IT department on how to be productive with the content management system by using the API and learning how to manipulate the CMS objects in the system, from querying website information to creating, updating and deleting content, develop templates, custom widgets and custom modules, […]
This book takes you from a standing start, building useful web sites using drag-and-drop, to administration details, designer techniques and on to developer coding particulars for complete programmatic control over Sitefinity CMS websites and widgets. Step-by-Step walkthroughs give you practical experience working with Sitefinity along with explanations of the “why” behind each technique.
Today on Sitefinity version 7, there still isn’t a way of adding scripts and styles to MVC widgets, so I have come up with a workaround to do this… better late than never. I consider it a hack because this only works in hybrid mode and assumes the page is a Web Form. I created this as an HTML helper for MVC and can now do this on your views.
Although you could implement your own RESTful WCF Service in Sitefinity, there is a gem Microsoft dropped into the MVC 4 Beta. I am referring to Web API: a framework that makes it easy to build HTTP services that reach a broad range of clients, including browsers and mobile devices. ASP.NET Web API is an ideal platform for building RESTful applications on the .NET Framework.”
The task at hand is more complicated than it sounds. Normally you would just generate a button in Paypal and paste the form code to your website. If it were only that easy. Try doing this in any ASP.NET website and you will run into a big problem… no nested forms allowed!