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  • Sitefinity is a Headless CMS

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    Due to the fact that Sitefinity provides robust APIs and OData RESTful endpoints out-of-the-box (feel free to check out some queries), and you can easily deliver content to any device, the conclusion is obvious - Sitefinity is a Headless CMS.
  • Headless CMS, Decoupled CMS and Content as a Service - it’s all about calling APIs

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    In recent days I’ve spent some time reading more about “headless” and how this will conquer the world and if I don’t use it my business will fail :D. With this post I want to share what the real risks and solutions are. I will iterate through the different concepts that are currently receiving a lot of hype. Many of those terms are blended and some people are using them interchangeably, which is why I will explain each of them separately.
  • Troubleshooting Lucene Search Issues

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    Sometimes, a search query does not return the expected results. Or displays some entries which should not be returned. Or returns results in a counter-intuitive order. This article shows ways to troubleshoot those issues. Luke to the rescue Luke is the tool of choice to understand search results. It is ...
  • Simplifying Web Content Translations Management

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    Today many organizations use multilingual content to better engage with their diverse audience, enter new markets and ultimately grow their business. Sitefinity CMS already makes it easy to manage multilingual websites and we are now taking it a step further by simplifying and automating the content translation process when working with a ...
  • 31 Practical Uses for New Sitefinity 7.0 Features - Part 3

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    The release of Sitefinity 7.0 brought with it a ton of improvements and new functionality. That means awesome new features for your sites! After some feedback from you and a bit of brainstorming on our end, we’ve managed to come up with a pretty impressive list of practical uses for ...
  • 31 Practical Uses for New Sitefinity 7.0 Features - Part 2

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    The release of Sitefinity 7.0 brought with it a ton of improvements and new functionality. That means awesome new features for your sites! After some feedback from you and a bit of brainstorming on our end, we’ve managed to come up with a pretty impressive list of practical uses for ...
  • 31 Practical Uses for New Sitefinity 7.0 Features - Part 1

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    The release of Sitefinity 7.0 brought with it a ton of improvements and new functionality. That means awesome new features for your sites! After some feedback from you and a bit of brainstorming on our end, we’ve managed to come up with a pretty impressive list of practical uses for ...
  • What Happens When the Sitefinity User Limit Is Reached

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    The question with no answer  Today I am going to take a look inside a functionality, which is not used every day and even the people who have seen it before tend to forget it and… that also includes me. In the next few paragraphs, this post will quickly ...
  • Selecting a WCM? Business Requirements Don’t Matter

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    When selecting a web content management system, do business requirements really matter?  Business requirements are very fickle and change all too frequently. So to some extent, what really matters more is extensibility. All too often, nontechnical users simply do not understand the dynamics of selecting the right tools and platforms ...