Posts Tagged ‘rules engine’


Sitecore Symposium 2019: Sitecore Rules Engine

Jeffery Rondeau gave a great presentation on the Sitecore rules engine and showed some things you can do with it other than personalization.  My favorite was limiting the number of instances of a given component on a single page (think hero images). Here are my key takeaways: What can you do with the Sitecore Rules […]

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Unit Testing Custom Rules, Actions, and Conditions with FakeDb – Part 3 – Testing Rule Execution

I thought it would be a good idea to finish this series with Part 3 – Testing Rule Execution – focusing on new rule types.

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Unit Testing Custom Rules, Actions, and Conditions with FakeDb – Part 1 – Testing Conditions

Recently I was working on 2 new implementations of the Sitecore rules engine – adding new rule “types” that would be executed by an existing Sitecore pipeline. More news will come about those rules in the upcoming videos in BrainJocks SCORE University. We at BrainJocks are heavily vested in using Sitecore.FakeDb – so I decided […]

SPC 2014: Delivering Adaptive and Personalized Experiences

This is a wide ranging presentation on how to create the personalized experience.  Ryan Sockalosky started with the business challenges and then moved into the how. You face a variety of challenges: Ease of use with familiar tools to create sites Create, reuse, and consumer content across many different devices and channels Surface the right […]

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Enabling Rules Engine Personalization for MVC Renderings

Just a quick note – when a project we started required DMS to be used with MVC as the primary rendering engine, one of our devs got stuck for a bit.  It seemed that the rules engine didn’t fire correctly for MVC renderings. On investigation I found 2 things that I wanted to share (as […]

Personalization: A Rules Based Approach

The fifth and final approach to personalization utilizes rules to understand users and events and then push personalized content and messages to them.  This probably represents one of the most complex aspects of personalization but it can be extremely powerful.  I say “rules” because you need some engine, most likely separate from a portal server, […]

Microsoft Healthcare Users Group – A Strong Showing

The recent Microsoft HUG event in Redmond, WA was an exciting event that clearly showed that Microsoft has a platform that can easily support the healthcare platform of the future. The combination of Microsoft and their partners can now combine to provide a full connected care platform.