I am currently in the progress of rebuilding and rebooting the CWS Starter Kit project for Umbraco built in MVC on Umbraco 6. For this it will contain a members area and there is no way currently to package up member types and its custom properties.
So read on how to find out how I managed to come up with a solution to this problem.
Continue reading “How I added a Custom Umbraco Member Type for CWS Reboot programmatically”
Continuing the Umbraco MVC blog post series we will look at Surface controllers in this post and find out what the heck they are why they are so important when building Umbraco MVC websites.
Read on to find out how to implement your very own surface controllers.
Continue reading “Umbraco MVC: What on earth is a surface controller?”
Following on from my previous blog post on Umbraco MVC, where we got MVC setup in Umbraco and created nested templates. In this next post in this series, I will talk about adding dynamic functionality to your website such as a simple navigation and discuss that perhaps that the Umbraco Macro is no longer needed as much as we have used it before. So carry on reading to find out why that the Umbraco macro is perhaps on it last legs in my opinion.
Continue reading “Umbraco MVC: Is the macro as useful in V6 with Partials?”
Like most people we fear change, but that should not be the case with the switch from WebForms to MVC in Umbraco. I’ve made the switch and am glad I have done it. In this blog series I will go through common scenarios to make us all feel better about MVC with Umbraco.
So carry on reading on to find out how to take our initial baby steps towards a better and happier development life with Umbraco MVC.
Continue reading “Umbraco MVC: First Steps”