A single, easily referenced location for Hedgehog's open source Sitecore tools and modules, as well as examples and extensions for TDS Classic.
As developers ourselves, we're always trying to contribute to the community, and we hope these tools will help you the way they've helped us.
Uses a Sitecore Job to automatically deploy update packages that have been copied into a folder on the Sitecore server. This reduces the complexity of deployments as copying files to a web server is something the deployment process already does.
These 5 simple rules ensure that Sitecore Helix design principles are adhered to.
Using the FxCop Rules, some of the components in a typical Helix implementation can be combined, which results in fewer projects and faster build times.
Gives the content editor the option to postpone the publishing of an item to a future date and time. Provides a friendly UI comparable to what content-editors are used to along with the ability to un-publish, and Edit Publish Schedules shows a complete list of all pending publishes.
Field Fallback is the ability for a field's value to come from somewhere other than the field itself, a cloned source, or its standard values.
Various fallback scenarios have been provided in this solution with the ability to customize as needed.
This example demonstrates Sitecore TDS' ability to work with a Helix-style solution as well as evidencing that build and deployment times are drastically reduced when using the tool when compared to the setup and tooling used in the default fork.
Created by Sean Holmesby, this is the LaunchSitecore package converted to a Visual Studio solution with items in Team Development for Sitecore. It's intended to serve as a platform for helping developers understand Sitecore TDS, Glass Mapper, NuGet, and Code Generation with TDS.
A hugely requested feature, post deploy steps easily allow developers to add their own functionality to the Sitecore deployment process. Sitecore community members have created scripts for all to use, including a file remover and a script to automatically trigger a site publish after a successful deployment.
Reduce deployment time and ensure team integration
Compare and merge Sitecore databases
Bridge the gap between front-end and back-end developers