Now that you have the templates. Lets check where you have the files. Default location is C:\projects\helix.templates First items on the list are the templates for the Visual Studio Project and the last 2 are Solution type. So when we first created the solution, we saw these two templates. Let’s take a peek. This looks…
Sitecore Helix Template SDK project help Series Part: 1
In my current work, I am trying to lift and shift a 7.2 Sitecore instance to 9.3. In the past I have helped them to implement the Helix Architecture. There were no template available at that time. So I had to make the whole thing piece by piece. It was little tedious and time consuming….
Creating Sitecore Helix structure from Scratch â€“ Part 3: Scaffold the Test Project
This is a quick video on how to add the test project to your Helix Scaffolding.
Creating Sitecore Helix structure from Scratch â€“ Part 2: Adding the TDS
Hi Here is the Part 2 on how to add the TDS to your helix project. If you have missed the Part 1, you can watch it here
Creating Sitecore Helix structure from Scratch – Part 1 Create the MVC project
I have started a new series on Sitecore Helix. Hopefully, you can join me on this journey.
Sitecore Helix: How to use one assembly files for all the assembly version
You are using Helix principles with yourÂ Sitecore project. Great!!! You are listening well to the Sitecore Gurus and following the divine path. You are setting up TDS, MsBuild server and Octopus deploy for you Continuous Integration. Sweet!! You might run into issue where you need to have consistent Assembly version for all the projects. You…
How to create Continuous Integration with TFS, TDS and Visual Studio for a Sitecore Helix Solution
(**Note: This might be little pre mature, but I want to capture the main process of the solution before I forget.) I have created a Sitecore project using Helix Principle. For all the TDS projects I have created a Global TDS config and that is the easiest way to handle the TDS items. We are…