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With the release of Umbraco 5 upon us a there will be some
changes to the certification courses. Doug Robar and I
receive daily emails with questions about this so I thought I would
blog to clear up what will be happening.
The information in this course applies to UK courses only - it
is probably accurate for other courses too, but please check with
your local trainer before booking anything.
So without further ado, here is the Umbraco 5 training FAQ:
Will you stop teaching....
When will you start teaching Umbraco
March. We've scheduled some courses which are listed at http://umbraco.com/products/training/schedule.aspx
Will my existing Umbraco certification become
No you are still an Umbraco certified
I'll add this post to the Umbraco 5 wiki in due
This blog post will describe how to add dashboards to Umbraco 5
via a plugin - before starting, consider the following useful
There are 5 parts to Shannon's series on Umbraco jupiter
At time of writing (9th November 2011) some... in the project root
To display a (Razor) view on and Umbraco 5 dashboard - using a
custom controller provided by an Umbraco 5 plugin.
Plugin folder structure:
Plugins go in: App_Plugins\Packages
My blog has been running Umbraco for 5 years and it needed a
little TLC. With origins in Umbraco 2.0.6 running on .NET 1.1 there
was a lot of clutter going on and templates with very strange names
So i've undertaken a little spring cleaning:
Upgraded to Umbraco 4.7
Set up auto tagging of posts using the awesome OpenCalais API
Rewritten search to use Umbraco Examine
Highlighted search results
Used Umbraco base AJAX to start suggesting results in
Open Calais tagging allows the automatic categorisation of posts
- the blog now has a list of categories in the right hand column
which you can use to explore the last 5 years worth of posts.
Clicking on a category simply queries
If you are interested in attending an Umbraco UK meet up please
fill out the
following survey. I'll let this survey run for another 5 days
and then make the results public in the forum at our.umbraco.org.I'm not necessarily committing to organise a meet up here,
just trying to get a sense for where/when and what should happen
according to the UK community.
So a little while later than planned I'm taking the next steps
with building the new Ferguson Moriyama site
with Umbraco 5. Since last time I
wrote I've upgraded to Umbraco to the RTM
release, but I've also upgraded the office PC so... in there and
happily they appear in the Settings section of Umbraco
just as they did in Umbraco 4.
copy my file in and the back office looks nicely familiar.
In Umbraco 5 you can create folders... such as navigation and forms. In
Umbraco 4 we'd have called these Macros.
Glancing around Umbraco 5 I notice that you can add Partial
Views in the settings section of Umbraco and just render them out
onto a template using @Html.Partial
the new Ferguson Moriyama website
in Umbraco 5, and as promised in my previous blog post I've
documented the process.
I've started out by designing the document types for the new
Ferguson Moriyama site as I usually would. As people maybe... of document
type properties in Umbraco 5 is recoverable by rollback which is
great in terms of being agile with your document types.
(You can click on the image above to
view the Google document that I created)
As an aside I'll talk... later as my knowledge of version 5
Creating the document types
So I head off to the settings section of Umbraco 5 armed with my
document type specs and everything looks reassuringly familiar.
I hesitate slightly creating a document
Umbraco makes less than 5% of my
professional commitments so time is very precious but I've left
codegarden this year vowing to increase that 5% because I've
realised that I want to work with Umbraco a lot more.One of the ways to achieve... and a fantastic venue that encouraged
creativity.A couple of other points from the keynote that I can't really
leave out:Umbraco 4.1 will be a native .net 3.5 application, with a few
interesting new features.Umbraco 5 will be a rewrite using asp.net MVC...I'm back from Umbraco codegarden 2009 in Copenhagen with the
obligatory sunburn. I'm a lot lighter in the wallet but enriched
and nourished in terms of ideas and inspiration for web CMS.As the title says, this is a brief summary. I just sat down
along with the prices, practicalities
and sign up forms. You can expect this information to be online
towards the end of this week.Finally if you want the chance to be among the first to be
Umbraco Level 2 certified in the UK then read on.Within the next few weeks I'll be doing a "test course" to help
me get a little bit of practice in a classroom situation. This
course will lead to certification and I'd like 5 experienced
Umbraco guys to come along. In return for easing me in to being...After meeting with Niels before the Umbraco UK festival last
week I am pleased to announce that I'll be offering Umbraco Level 2
training and certification in the UK through my company Ferguson
Moriyama.I've only just agreed to take
Following on from my
- this short 5 minute cast shows how to utilise the default delay
Workflow for Umbraco and also how to implement your own.
As usual the code that accompanies the screen cast is available
from the sample
To summarise the screencast:
A delay tasks causes the workflow to pause.
To implement your own you just implement
The runtime willl tell your task what time it was started by
setting the StartTime property.
The runtime will periodically ask your delay task whether it is
complete by calling the IsComplete
You can use the StartTime property to perfome time based
calculations or collect user properties
So I need to learn how to use Umbraco
5 - because in a couple of months of time I'll be teaching it
to others. I've played with version 5 during development and
contributed a few bits of information back to the community but now
is the time... of tech and then it hit
Gathering dust in a folder somewhere on my laptop was a set of
mock-ups for the new Ferguson Moriyama website. So why not?
Ferguson Moriyama on Umbraco 5 and blog and screencast about it
step by step so others can... installer and WebMatrix
already on my machine.
Here are the steps:
Umbraco 5 RC 2
Extract to a folder
Right click and choose Open as a website with Microsoft
Click run and choose a browser - in my case Chrome