Jeremy Davis
Jeremy Davis
Sitecore, C# and web development
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Posts from January 2020

Docker and LinkManager playing nicely...

Having started down the Docker road, I hit an interesting issue the other day. How do you get Sitecore to generate absolute links correctly when your site runs inside a container?

Docker Sitecore ~1 min. read

Building Docker images for older versions of Sitecore

There's been a lot of movement towards "Docker for Sitecore" over the last year – to the extent that even I have finally jumped onto the bandwagon. And with any new tech, there are some rough edges to contend with. Right now (for me at least) one of those is being able to get the right Docker images built for the bit of work you need to do. In the future (crosses fingers) we'll see Sitecore offering a repo for these images – but for now it's up to us to build our own. So if you need something that's not v9.3, here's what I did to get there:

Docker Sitecore ~3 min. read

Learning a fun lesson about JavaScript method parameters

I'll be honest – I don't do much front-end stuff. I've watched the odd PluralSight course on modern JavaScript, I've worked out the basics of Gulp, and I can hack together a VueJS UI if I need to. But it's certainly not something I'd ever say I was good at. But despite being offically a C# developer, occasionally I find myself looking at bug tickets that relate to some front-end code. I had one of them this week, where some javascript had stopped working. The front-end dev was stuck, so I took a look – and discovered something new. Well new to me at least...

JavaScript ~2 min. read