But we take the comparison to another level: Intent.
See how we implement and standardize (well, attempt to) SEO and other related page properties in Umbraco, aiming to provide as full control as possible to content editors.
A brief overview on how we handle the new Block Elements in the uMazel Starter Kit, including relevant code and explanations of the conventions used.
A huge update to the previous version, the uMazel Starter Kit 2.0 for Umbraco v8 is here with new functionality and features (some of those experimental but still good), search functionality, a redeveloped blog engine and a new products section. Read all about it.
Have a lot of "special" nodes on your site that you need to reference every now and then but you don't want the delays associated with traversing the whole document tree to find them? We'll show you a way to make this easier by caching them for easy retrieval. Strongly-typed models are required for...
My preferred technique to (selectively) bundle and minify JS and CSS files using the ClientDependency library that comes with Umbraco along with the Group and Priority functionality it provides.
In this post you'll get information about how we set up our own development environments to work with Umbraco CMS, both on-premises and remotely, as well as about other tools we use to get the job done.