The state of WYSIWYG grid editing in Umbraco - a prototype

Since the grid was launched at the CG talk "The sky is the limit" back in 2015 (i think), it has been a joy to use for editors, designers and developers alike. However, it's still just a white canvas with "settings applied". Here's some thoughts!…

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Our Umbraco Community ContentList 1.0 (beta) released

Ever wanted your editors to add all those different lists to their pages themselves? Now you can, without adding new macros or grid editors or whatnot every time.…

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ARMLinker 1.0.0 released

Ever wanted to link ARM templates without having to push them to a storage account first? Here's a PowerShell tool that lets you do that.…

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Environmental ApprovalTests

ApprovalTests is great when popping diffs in Visual Studio. But can it also be used in CI environments and other non-dev cases? Sure. Here's how.…

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Morphing UCommerce Products

Learn how to empower your UCommerce sites with domain modelling and proper object oriented programming.…

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Umbraco Unit Testing Workshop Material

I've got a unit testing workshop for Umbraco I'm running at conferences. Feel free to go at it alone, and come to a workshop if you need help.…

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Automating Umbraco with PowerShell

Ever wanted to automate Umbraco as quickly as possible? Here's a couple of tricks to fire authenticated requests at it with PowerShell.…

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Exploiting ApprovalTests for clearer tests

Ever written several asserts in one test because you have a big graph you want to verify? Here's how to never do that again.…

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UmbracoSupport got typed content

Been unit testing Umbraco and suffer from stubbing hell, weird errors or just not the content types you want? Here's how to get the whole content engine running in your tests.…

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Testing views with RazorGenerator

Want to add your ASP.NET views to the system under test? Here's a hidden gem that let's you do that in a jiffy.…

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