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Posts from 2016

Sitecore Integration Testing Made Easy

A few years back, I uploaded a couple of short videos to YouTube to show how easy it can be to get started with testing your Sitecore solution. The approach shown in the videos uses my ASP.NET embedded test runner. I developed the first version of this test runner when I was first trying to test my own Sitecore projects, many years ago. The issue many developers face when trying to test their Sitecore solutions is trying to get the Sitecore code to run outside of a web/Sitecore context. What I managed to do with this test runner was flip the problem on it’s head; instead of trying to get the Sitecore code to work inside my unit test, I made my unit test work inside my Sitecore solution.

Trekroner Fort

If there were a Mecca for Sitecore developers, it would likely be this place. Trekroner Fort. This famous Danish landmark welcomed many fresh-faced Sitecore developers and users as the default desktop background in Sitecore version 7.x and prior.