These videos should be beneficial to those developers who want to make custom Sitecore fields that can be rendered and edited with Glass. I am still in the process of cleanup and code refactoring. I also am going to attempt to improve the documentation of the code. As I have mentioned before, I am a perfectionist and this “Proof of Concept” is not up to my standards… yet. I got into a little fight with a few small bugs last night and that battle’s remnants are still scattered throughout the solution. However, the code will still be available in its non-pristine condition.
I mentioned in the first video I would be uploading 2 Demos, however, to keep the videos shorter, I broke them up into 4 videos. As usual, I didn’t stop Vlogging/Blogging for unimportant tasks, like sleeping, eating, moving… I was exhausted and in my opinion, you can hear the grogginess in my voice set in on the Demo 3 video. Continue reading “LivePhotosKit API, Sitecore & Glass Integration: Demoing the Functionality and Code”
It’s been a LONG two days, but I am finally finishing the last post in the 4-part series. My idea took weeks longer to implement than I originally planned. I procrastinated by mistake. I don’t know why, but I was under the impression ‘procrastinate’ was a synonym for being ‘proactive’; turns out, I was incorrect. I guess I am still capable of learning new definitions at my old age.
If you read the first three chapter in this series, you should be somewhat familiar with the important aspects of integrating LivePhoto, Sitecore and Glass. If the concepts are a lil hazy, Click here for a recap of the most important pieces that you should know more about. Continue reading “Apple’s LivePhotosKit, Sitecore & Glass: Chapter 4 – Rendering & Editing the Live Photo in the Experience Editor”
The next two posts are for those who love the to tear apart Sitecore, Glass, etc. and figure out how things work and find ways to implement your new and awesome ideas.
We are finally going to see how we can render the ‘Live Photo’ field using Glass and the final post will explain how to edit the ‘Live Photo’ field in the Experience Editor along with the Sitecore field item and demo items and the source code; all cleaned up and refactored.
Continue reading “Apple’s LivePhotosKit, Sitecore & Glass: Chapter 3 – Rendering the ‘Live Photo’ field with Glass”