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Martin Miles

Martin is a Sitecore Expert and .NET technical solution architect involved in producing enterprise web and mobile applications, with 20 years of overall commercial development experience. Since 2010 working exclusively with Sitecore as a digital platform. With excellent knowledge of XP, XC, and SaaS / Cloud offerings from Sitecore, he participated in more than 20 successful implementations, producing user-friendly and maintainable systems for clients. Martin is a prolific member of the Sitecore community. He is the author and creator of the Sitecore Link project and one of the best tools for automating Sitecore development and maintenance - Sifon. He is also the founder of the Sitecore Discussion Club and, co-organizer of the Los Angeles Sitecore user group, creator of the Sitecore Telegram channel that has brought the best insight from the Sitecore world since late 2017.

Blogs from this Author

Sitecore 10.4

Sitecore 10.4 is out and here’s all you need to know about it

That was a decent gap since 1.5 years ago Sitecore previously released a feature-full version of their XM/XP platform, namely 10.3 was released on December 1st of 2022. That is why I was very excited to look through the newest release of the vendor’s self-hosted platforms and familiarize myself with its changes. First and foremost, […]

Mj Knows Sitecore

Megan Jensen represents Perficient at SUGCON Europe 2024

SUGCON 2024 is coming! Some of you involved into Sitecore community have come across of Megan Jensen‘s catchy personal branding – “MJ Knows Sitecore” (and she indeed knows it!). This year Megan will prove that to the entire community by presenting her topic “Optimizing for Headless: SEO Tips, Tricks, and Special Considerations for the New […]

Cypress

Cypress: a new generation of end-to-end testing

What is Cypress Cypress is a modern JavaScript-based end-to-end (e2e) testing framework designed to automate web testing by running tests directly in the browser. Cypress has become a popular tool for web applications due to a number of distinctive advantages such as user-friendly interface, fast test execution, ease of debugging, ease of writing tests, etc. […]

Storybook

Storybook

You may have never heard of Storybook or maybe that was just a glimpse leaving you a feeling Storybook is such an unnecessary tool – in that case, this article is for you. Previously, I could share this opinion, but since I played with Storybook in action when building JumpStart starter kit with Next.Js, it […]

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Using conditions with XM Cloud Form Builder

If you follow the release news from Sitecore, you’ve already noted the release of highly awaited XM Cloud Forms, which however did not have a feature of adding conditional logic. Until now. The good news is that now we can do it, and here’s how. See it in action Imagine you have a registration form […]

Featured

GraphQL: not an ideal one!

You’ll find plenty of articles about how amazing GraphQL is (including mine), but after some time of using it, I’ve got some considerations with the technology and want to share some bitter thoughts about it. History of GraphQL How did it all start? The best way to answer this question is to go back to […]

Exclusive Mentorship Program

Going Beyond the Sitecore Mentor Program: Pushing Boundaries with Exclusive Mentorship

At this time many of you may have heard about the official Sitecore Mentor Program, run by Nicole Montero from the Sitecore Technical Marketing Team. Mentor Program celebrates its second year with a significant growth of positive outcomes and success stories from both mentors and mentees. I am going to share mine with you, and […]

TypeScript

A crash course of Next.js: TypeScript (part 5)

This series is my Next.js study resume, and despite it’s keen to a vanilla Next.js,  all the features are applicable with Sitecore SDK. It is similar to the guide I recently wrote about GraphQL and aims to reduce the learning curve for those switching to it from other tech stacks. In part 1 we covered some fundamentals of Next.js […]

Xm Cloud Forms

XM Cloud Forms Builder

XM Cloud Forms Builder released Composable Forms Builder is now available with Sitecore XM Cloud. Let’s take a look at this one of the most anticipated modules for Sitecore’s flagship hybrid headless cloud platform. Historically, we had an external module called Web Forms for Marketers that one could install on top of their Sitecore instance […]

Next Course

A crash course of Next.js: Caching, Authentication and Going Live tasks (part 4)

This series is my Next.js study resume, and despite it’s keen to a vanilla Next.js,  all the features are applicable with Sitecore SDK. It is similar to the guide I recently wrote about GraphQL and aims to reduce the learning curve for those switching to it from other tech stacks. In part 1 we covered some […]

Next Course

A crash course of Next.js: Routing and Middleware (part 3)

This series is my Next.js study resume, and despite it’s keen to a vanilla Next.js,  all the features are applicable with Sitecore SDK. It is similar to the guide I recently wrote about GraphQL and aims to reduce the learning curve for those switching to it from other tech stacks. In part 1 we covered some […]

Next Course

A crash course of Next.js: UI-related and environmental (part 2)

In part 1 we covered some fundamentals of Next.js – rendering strategies along with the nuances of getStaticProps, getStaticPaths, getServerSideProps as well as data fetching. Now we are going to talk about UI-related things, such as layouts, styles and fonts, serving statics, as well as typescript and environmental variables. Built-in CSS support Importing global styles […]

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