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  • EASTER TREATS FOR YOU! Posted on 16 April 2014

    Unlike all our other Easter treats this coming weekend....this one is guilt free!

    So my Easter gift to you is...... any customer who purchases a knitting pattern from now through to midnight Easter Monday, can select a further two knitting patterns FREE!! 

    To claim your Easter Treat. Just mail me the names of the two complimentary patterns you would like, along with your name and details of the pattern you purchased

    Your free knitting patterns will be emailed to you after the Easter break.



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  • Not registered Created on 30/03/2015 00:02

    Hi Gabriel,I have in
    Hi Gabriel,I have incorporated  CustomItemGenerator' into my potrecjs and now I want to work with automated unit testing using NUnit Framework on one of my project.When I access the properties (like CustomTextField) generated through  CustomItemGenerator' in NUnit GUI it throws error, below is the stack trace of error -at Sitecore.Pipelines.RenderField.RenderFieldArgs..ctor()at Sitecore.Web.UI.WebControls.FieldRenderer.RenderField()at Sitecore.Web.UI.WebControls.FieldRenderer.Render()at CustomItemGenerator.Fields.BaseCustomField`1.get_Rendered()at CustomItemGenerator.Fields.SimpleTypes.CustomTextField.get_Text()But when I create my own properties (string type) in the same class (generated through  CustomItemGenerator'), they are accessible in NUnit GUI.It would be great if you can provide some help on this problem.

    Not registered Created on 01/04/2015 20:12

    Hi Daniel,Your post
    Hi Daniel,Your post is awesome with lot of infoomatirn.I am dealing with the same situation where we need to access sitecore content along with financial data from REST. REST is hosted on the main sitecore site. We have only one communication channel available between Mobile app/site to server via REST.svc. I already have setup the device with querystring(api=1). I was wondering what can be used as a layout? I have tried the .aspx with no success yet. Can you give me some more infoomatirn about accessing the sitecore for API from REST? Is there a way to avoid direct sitecore access from the mobile app and still get the response in xml/c#/json object? We are doing this to get the Sitecore context to gain the benefit of sitecore resources rather than just accessing the content by targeting the field values.Any help much appreciated,Regards,  VP [url=]hbppgcc[/url] [link=]caxyxss[/link]
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