Diplo Audit Log Viewer for Umbraco CMS (7.4 and above) allows you to easily view and search the audit data that is stored in the UmbracoLog table in your site's database. This table contains all changes that are made to all content in your site. This log viewer allows you to view this data in an easy-to-use interface that integrates into the Umbraco Developer tree.
Posts in .net
If you're an ASP.NET developer then sooner or later you will come across an occasion when you want to manipulate or parse values from the current request's querystring. To make this easier I developed a small C# library that enables developers to easily manipulate the querystring collection.
In this post I want to show you how to automatically generate an XML (Google) sitemap for an Umbraco CMS site. The code uses the Umbraco API, Linq To XML and a generic .ashx hander to do this in one small file.
Diplo Trace Log Viewer is an Umbraco developer plugin that allows you to easily select and view the contents of the trace log files that Umbraco generates. The control also allows you to search, order and filter log events (e.g. you may only wish to view Errors or Warnings) - all from within Umbraco 6 or Umbraco 7.
In my previous post I told you how you can easily index uCommerce products (in Umbraco) using the Lucene text search engine. But indexing products is only half the story - you also need to be able to search those products too! In this post I'll show you how to write a simple Razor script to search your index and return the most relevant results
This post deals with indexing and searching products in uCommerce (an Umbraco ecommerce platform) using Lucene .NET (a dot net port of the Java Lucene text search engine library). This first post is about how to create an index using Lucene and C#, and will be followed up by a post of how to use that index for searching in Part Two.
How to create a strongly-typed form in Umbraco 4 (WebForms) using pure Razor CSHTML scripting - without the need for ViewState, User Controls or any "web forms" gunk! You'll also see how you can perform both server-side and client-side validation (using jQuery validate) without cluttering your presentation layer.