I’ve recently had to implement a REST web service that exposes SDL Tridion Core Service content. I was surprised by how easy it was and thought that I’d highlight the relevant parts to encourage others to try it.
Recently I’ve been performing some post-launch improvements to a DD4T site for a client. A number of their requests have been along the lines of improving screen element <x> on page <y>.
The project is reasonably large with the website being comprised from a couple of hundred abstract MVC views. A good amount of nested, view re-use, with nice generic css classes has actually been a detriment when it comes to tracking down exactly which view screen element <x> originates from.
Occasionally you find a view that includes some ‘start’ and ‘end’ comments in the output.
<!-- Start View: Example --> View contents go here... <!-- End View: Example -->