Posts Tagged ‘Ignition Framework’

Sitecore Chris’ Symposium Journal – Day 2

Lots of fun at the NishTech Event last night then back to the hotel bar for drinks and interesting conversations on Helix, Habitat and Ignition.   At the bar, Mike Reynolds asks what I wanted and @Sitecorey and I said Chocolate Milk. Mike rolled his eyes, this is a bar they don’t server that.  I […]

[C2I] Countdown to Ignition Day 4 – Why It Matters to Devs

Corey (@sitecorey) here on Day 4 of Countdown to Ignition (#C2I) to speak to Sitecore developers on the importance of the Ignition Framework.

Developing for Ignition – View Parameter

Ignition is an open source framework for Sitecore, developed by Perficient. It follows industry best practices for architecture and dependencies. It is fast and easy for developers to build new content components. Search blogs.perficent.com for more articles about Ignition or check out the online documentation. In this article I will continue using my “ContentBlurb” component I […]

Passing a Query String using the Ignition Framework

The process of taking advantage of the Ignition framework when it comes to building models is to pass data successfully to the view’s agent so it can use its PopulateModel method to transfer the data to view’s model or perform any other logic necessary to properly render the Sitecore component. Through MVC’s architecture, a query […]

Ignition Framework – Options Using the View Method Call

The Ignition framework contains an overridden version of the View() method which is used to not only call the view file which is to be rendered but also has a variety of options to support sophisticated logic associated with rendering the view.  The View() method full signature is defined as follows in Ignition. return View<TAgent, […]

Using the IgnitionConstants.cs file

The Ignition framework has as a standard for using a constants file as opposed to having constants randomly assigned to variables throughout the application.  When a new Ignition project is created, an IgnitionConstants.cs file is added to the Ignition.Sc project within the Presentation folder of the Ignition solution. Example of the type of constants oriented […]

Developing for Ignition – Business Logic

Ignition is an open source framework for Sitecore, developed by Perficient. It follows industry best practices for architecture and dependencies. It is fast and easy for developers to build new content components. Search blogs.perficent.com for more articles about Ignition or check out the online documentation. In this article I will continue using my “ContentBlurb” component […]

Developing for Ignition – Basic Component

Ignition is an open source framework for Sitecore, developed by Perficient. It follows industry best practices for architecture and dependencies. It is fast and easy for developers to build new content components. Search blogs.perficent.com for more articles about Ignition or check out the online documentation. This article will give a practical example of building a content […]

Sitecore Ignition: A Webinar Overview

This is an internal training webinar that ran on the week of 6/13/2016. It included members of our Sitecore team both in Atlanta and elsewhere, and included people who had used the framework extensively as well as total newcomers. Sitecore Ignition is an Open Source Development Accelerator and set of best practices for rapidly developing […]