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What happens when Clean Sitecore Controllers have ambitions?

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As your code base grows, you might observe certain patterns to emerge and you start repeating very similar pieces of code over and over. This is usually a good indicator that a refactoring might be a good idea.…

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Stay DRY with Nested Model Builders

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So, we talked about Model Builders to clean up your Sitecore Controllers in the last blog post. Now you might be wondering: "Well, this sounds nice. It looks like some sort of design pattern - I guess design patterns are a good thing. But really, aren't y…

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Cleaning up Sitecore Controllers

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Ever since the day I read the blog post by Paul Stovell about cleaning up ASP.NET MVC Controllers back in 2012, I knew the day would come where I wanted to clean-up my controllers. By introducing NitroNet for Sitecore in our projects, that day has finally arri…

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How to change the base path in NitroNet for Sitecore

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I'm currently involved in a Sitecore project that fully embraces NitroNet for Sitecore to integrate its frontend. So let's start this off with a bold statement, because - why not ¯\(ツ)/¯ NitroNet for Sitecore is how frontends should be integrated in a modern…