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At codegarden 09 I attended an open space session that discussed
the three current package repositories - our.umbraco projects, the
Umbraco package repository and the Umbraco store. My action point
from this discussion was to write up some information on how to
create a license provider that works with the Umbraco store. With
this in mind I've released my
framework for creating licenses on our.umbraco.org and also
created a wiki page which
explains how to configure the application.The... testing is
already completed and my framework already provides licenses for
two products in the Umbraco
- Add colour list parameter to allow user to specify voting bar appearance.
- Store all responses in a single Umbraco node.... an e-mail.
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To get you started here is how the Macro tag looks for the demo
Question="What does Umbraco need most?"
Responses="More documentation;Database/OS independence;Better Blog extension;Forum extension;Other">
Note: The width property
this increase in Umbraco time is
commercial packages. I attended an open space session on
integrating the three current package repositories - store,
our.umbraco and the original package repository - and out of this
the minutes show that I have a few actions. First I aim to
document some best practices for creating commercial packages and
secondly I'll release my framework application that allows you to
quickly write some license providers that work with the Umbraco
store by implementing some...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
spoke to Paul Sterling about the Umbraco store and to give away 30% of the proceeds is a little too high for me. I’ll distribute backup through my site as I already have that facility set up. I’ll also make a donation of 15% of any profit to the Umbraco...’ point of the ‘key’ note presentation was the desire to maintain the friendly and helpful community that Umbraco is renowned for in the face of amazing levels of growth. To me, it was great to meet the core team and see that they are leading by example. To a man they were all extremely friendly, knowledgeable and extremely modest considering some of the major achievements in the development of Umbraco in the past year.
Also in the keynote, I was pleasantly surprised by the emphasis on commercial
It has been a while since I wrote about the Moriyama runtime for Umbraco - and that is because it has undergone quite a bit of development.
I want to talk about the concept of a Deployment Adapter - that hooks into Umbraco publish and unpublish...(responsebytes);
It is a very simple yet powerful concept. Umbraco already has excellent support for writing Media into CDN (S3, Azure etc), and this is the equivalent for content.
Currently I'm excited about the opportunity to plug this into Umbraco as a service. This would allow you to use Umbraco as your CMS but push your content to any type of application - and the setup would take minutes.
Once you have all of your content
concat('Broken link to node ', $linkId, ' in ', umbraco.library:NiceUrl($pageId)),
I store my email addresses as Umbraco dictionary...
The Umbraco multi content picker is a wonderful little control,
but can sometimes become a bit of a maintenance nightmare. The
example below gives you an idea of how to implement dead link
notification within XSLT.
The other way to deal with this would be have an action handler
checking document integrity each time a publish occured, but this
is a nice quick fix if you have a relatively small amount of
<xsl:if test="count($currentPage/data[@alias = 'Links']/nodes
Here is a fun little hack I put together.Visit http://www.bunbohue.co.uk/index.pl?uid=user&pwd=passwordTo get an mp3 file of the 5 latest items in your twitter feed. Although this is a 10 minute hack, I guess there is potential in subscribing to this kind of content.
I don't store any user names and passwords.
if being used within Umbraco. To employ site wide word counts you would need a data store with the columns documentId, wordId, occurenceCount in order that you could easily update your information upon re-publish.... of the document e.g. (a, the, if, you, he, she). Stop words are somtimes called noise words.Custom words: Non dictionary words that you want to be included in classification e.g. (Umbraco, c#, Darren).Significant words: Words that you want to add weight to, in my case Umbraco, Pho and words that relate to these topics.You can see all of these in the updated config file. Experience has taught me to also exclude single letter words and numeric strings.The NClassifier word list is then passed
Just a quick post to point you at a couple of my latest activities in the Umbraco communiity:
In November I spoke at the Umbraco UK festival on the subject: Umbraco and the 3 flavours of Azure: Webroles, VMs, Websites. The video of the talk is now online to watch.
Secondly I've contributed an article to 24 days in Umbraco the fabulous advent calendar for Umbraco enthusiasts. The article is called Mapping Umbraco content to POCOs for strongly typed views.
In the absence of regular blogging we also now have a news page on the Moriyama site where you can follow what is going on in the company. Our social media feeds (linked in the footer of the Moriyams site) are the best way to stay bang up to date!
I've created an Umbraco package that highlights Umbraco textstring data types when their value doesn't match the specified validation regular expression.Get the package from our.umbraco.orgApologies for the sound quality - I'm having some microphone issues at the mo :)