Most developers when they first start with Umbraco will generally build a site with the logic in the views. As soon as you start building more complicated sites they rapidly become more difficult to build and maintain.
After the 2015 edition of the popular CodeGarden, I look at the conference, its future and some of the interesting Umbraco packages to take away from the event.
Every year, hundreds of dedicated Umbraco fans visit Copenhagen, Denmark, for an annual conference of like-minded individuals to learn and share knowledge of the ever popular content management system (CMS).
We recently released a package to the Umbraco community. Find out more about our Umbraco Link Picker for Umbraco 7.
We're proud to announce the launch of the brand new Roxtons site..
3 months of development and hard work and we've delivered Southampton Airport a new destination website. From the first moment, time was against us but we provailed and have delivered a fully responsive, integrated site which we hope customers will love.
I recently attended the Umbraco UK Festival 2013 in London and went to a talk by Matt Brailsford.
Matt talked about bridging front end/back end divide in the digital workplace, and I wanted to explore his thoughts and really consider how much back end a front end developer should really know!
Welcome to the next in the series of easy how to guides for marketing and e-commerce managers. Todays topic is Umbraco CMS and how it compares to other CMS platforms such as Drupal.