by Aaron Sadler
In the second of a three-part series about running Umbraco on Azure, Aaron walks us through connecting our Umbraco repo to Azure DevOps and creating an artifact for deployment.
by Carl Sargunar
One of the exciting aspects of the UniCore project to make Umbraco run on .NET Core is that it lets us take advantage of .NET Core's cross platform capabilities. This opens up all sorts of possibilities as it lets us run Umbraco anywhere, as Carl shows us by running Umbraco on a Raspberry Pi!
A curated collection of Umbraco and industry related tools, tips, tricks, and tutorials from around the web.
.Net 5: WebAPI with OpenAPI docs
.NET 5's WebAPI has automagical documentation, so you don't need to use Swagger UI (etc) any more! But how do you set it up? Carole's got you!Read the blog post
Umbraco 8 Grid Settings Dropdown Editor
If you're wanting to set up a dropdown editor in the grid, how do you set your prevalues? It's not as straightforward as you think, but Aaron has all the steps to get you through the process.Read the blog post
Umbraco Back-office Authentication With Azure Active Directory
If you're looking to set up Azure Active Directory with Umbraco, Andy has a quick "mental note" run-through of his process with Umbraco 8.8!Read the blog post
Bypassing Property Editor Restrictions in Umbraco Element Types
Element types are really awesome and are used to enhance Umbraco's flexibility. However, they do have some restrictions - such as a limited selection of property editors - that Søren is here to help you get around!Read the blog post