Without any attention, errors in Sitefinity will throw the 'Yellow Screen of Death'. Helpful if your a developer wanting to know what is wrong with the page but terrible for visitors and business owners. In this post I will walk through some of the steps I put in place at the start of creating a Sitefinity site.
Ultimately we want to deliver as small and as few files as we can for sites. But we also need to be able to maintain and manage these files which usually leads to the opposite result. But today we have excellent pre-processors to help us and I will look at how I use SCSS in Sitefinity.
This is the third part of a three part series looking at setting up a WCF service in Sitefinity. In part one I looked at creating the service and the request and response models. The second part dealt with validation. Part three I will go through using jQuery to call our new WCF service.
This is part two of a three part series on implementing a WCF service in Sitefinity and calling it via jQuery. The first part looked at setting up the service. This post looks at the validation which we always do! The final post goes through calling the service from the client.