Deploying .NET CMS Umbraco in AWS

Background Our customer has AWS Subscription, and they want to deploy our .NET Solutions to the AWS. This article will give you step by step how to deploy the Umbraco Solution into the AWS. Step By Step Installing AWS Toolkit Visit the AWS toolkit page AWS Toolkit for Visual Studio ( Download and install the AWS toolkit Installing Umbraco Create a new project in Visual Studio Select web application (.NET framework) Choose the default configuration and select empty web templates Don't check any references Click Manage Nuget Package And select Umbraco CMS Click install Build the solution Deploying to AWS Go to your AWS console Select IAM Create user with Programmatic Access and as Administrator User access key and secret key go to create profile in Getting Started page OR AWS Explorer Right click on the Project and Deploy to elastic beanstalk Create a new profile if you don't have one Filling the profile and click deploy. Please wait status until environment is healthy medianet_width = "600"; medianet_height = "250"; medianet_crid = "858385152"; medianet_versionId = "3111299";

Selecting Rendering Engine on Umbraco 7

Umbraco 7 is on Horizon, the first thing first that you need to do when you are ready to use umbraco is selecting the rendering engine. In this post I will explain how we select the proper rendering engine for Umbraco. Let’s get started Veteran or New Generation Developer Umbraco supports two rendering engine which are WebForms and MVC. If you are the veteran developer that learn ASP.NET since 1.0 you can use the WebForms. Meanwhile, if you are the new generation developer that love MVC you can use MVC rendering engine. Webforms will use Macro, .NET User Control, MasterPages MVC will use Macro, Razor, Layout Changing Rendering Engine By default Umbraco run WebForms. However, you can change the engine on umbracoSettings.config. It is located on /Config/ folder       After that changes from MVC to WebForms or vice versa. <templates>    <!-- To switch the default rendering engine to MVC, change this value from WebForms to Mvc -->    <defaultRenderingEngine>Mvc</defaultRenderingEngine> </templates> That’s is it!, save and restart your web site to test it It will be good idea to change the rendering engine before the installation / development   Cheers @ridife

2011– Microsoft KB Content Creation Flashback

Welcome 2012, new spirit, new blog, and of course new passion to become a better people. Doing a flashback in 2011, here are the list of content creation that you can read and already published in Microsoft Knowledge Base KB 2587240: Memulai Pengembangan Umbraco di Visual Studio 2010 KB 2599136: Pengenalan Umbraco API dengan Visual Studio 2010 KB 2625343: Pustaka Pemograman Ribbon di Windows Presentation Foundation KB 2638560: Aplikasi Klien Sederhana untuk Sinkronisasi Database KB 2646179: Pengembangan Aplikasi Secara Cepat dengan Lightswitch In 2012, I will focus in Application Lifecycle Management and Software Engineering aspect. let’s start this year with “Flame ON Spirit!” @ridife

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