Since the beginning of the new architecture of Sitefinity in version 4.0, we are used to the 3 main ContentLifeCycle states (Master, Live and Temp) and with the introduction of the Recycle Bin, we got a new 4th state which is "Deleted" but if you look closer lately, you might see a new cousin in the drop down that is not documented on the Sitefinity site or in any release notes and that is "PartialTemp"
What if you don't have an existing Sitefinity application or don't have access (for whatever reason) to the Sitefinity Project Manager. How can you create a new Sitefinity Application in Visual Studio from scratch? Well, Nuget to the rescue!
Teaching users how to master Sitefinity is something that I enjoyed doing for almost 14 years. Giving back to the community and to the product that I dearly love is something that I am very proud of. Today I am releasing the first of 4 Sitefinity Workshops in order to encourage ALL Sitefinity site Contributors to take this Course/Workshop at their own time and free of charge.
Very excited to announce that I will be speaking at Progress NEXT again this year from May 6th to 9th in beautiful Orlando, FL
My sessions will be concentrated around Development in Sitefinity and NativeScript while giving an all day workshop on Building a Sitefinity Application in a Day.
Something very weird happened to me last week, I could not run any Sitefinity 11.1 application from the new SitefinityCMS.exe Project Manager. Chrome kept reporting a refused connection as you can see in the image below
While upgrading your Sitefinity site to 11.0, you might be surprised that after you deploy your Sitefinity site to your production server, you might get an error complaining about a missing method exception.