Posts Tagged ‘Ignition’

Ignition 3.0 Is Coming!

Development for Ignition 3 has started! We are working on the next iteration of Ignition, now to be called Ignition.Framework. There are going to be a number of fundamental changes to the core architecture, including even more in the way of abstractions and dependency management, more flexibility than was already there, and a reduction in […]

[C2I] Countdown to Ignition Day 6 – Helix, Habitat and SXA

I’m @stephentynes, the Sitecore Practice Director here at Perficient.  I get the joy of closing out this very cool blog series called [C2I] Countdown to Ignition.  You’ve heard from many of the minds involved in the creation of the Ignition framework including Jon, George, Corey and Chris as well as getting the marketer’s perspective from Rick. […]

[C2I] Countdown to Ignition Day 5 – Ignition and other Tools

When you were growing up you probably remember different kids around the playground and how they interacted with others.  They all had different personalities.  Some seemed to get along with everyone and others fit into their cliques but not with others.  Sitecore Ignition was built with the goal to play well with others.  We save […]

[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.

[C2I] Countdown To Ignition Day 3 – Why it matters to us non-devs

Rick (@Sitecordial) here on Day 3 of #C2I to speak to the Marketers and Business decision-makers on the importance of Ignition. I come from a long marketing background in both the traditional and digital space and I have had in-depth exposure to Perficient’s Ignition open source accelerator and I can confidently tell you that all my […]

[C2I] Countdown to Ignition! Day 2 – Why use Ignition?

George here for Day 2 of C2I, talking about a frequent question that gets posed: Question: Why use Ignition? It’s a good question. In fact, why use any accelerator at all? Isn’t Sitecore just ASP.NET? The answer to that question is simple once you understand the underlying motivation behind the framework to begin with. Sitecore, much […]

[C2I] Countdown To Ignition! Day 1 #SitecoreSYM #NOLA #MVPSummit

Hi all! Our team is looking forward to getting to meet and talk with everyone at the Symposium on 9/15 and 9/16! In the spirit of this, we wanted to answer some FAQ’s, one each day as we approach the event. A different member of the team will post something each day, so be sure […]

The Ignition Team is Going to #NOLA!

Just a reminder that the team from Perficient that created Ignition will all be at the Sitecore Symposium coming up next week! Find 3 of us at the Sitecore MVP summit and all of us at the event itself! Be sure to find @SitecoreGeorge at his talk (along with Tim McCarthy) on Friday at 11:45am! […]

Learn about Sitecore DevOps on Azure at Sitecore Symposium

Sitecore Symposium is a week away, and we’re excited to start the conversation now. Sitecore Symposium is being held in New Orleans on Sept. 14-16, 2016. As the Sitecore team puts it, the conference is “the place to connect with Sitecore experts, marketers, developers, partners, and customers from around the world.” And this year, we’ll […]

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 […]

Case Study for a Partial View Model using the Ignition Framework

I was creating a component in Sitecore where the item structure was three tiered meaning that the component’s datasource, its children and grandchildren from its structure in the content tree would have to be accessed to properly populate the component.  An example of this structure is shown below where the component’s datasource is the top […]

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