Get development started with Sitecore Part 1: Set up

  1. Have some experience doing ASP.Net Mvc Development (A year at least)
  2. Having installed at least once Sitecore without using SIM just following the official installation guide for the zip sitecore file (This will give you nice awareness of what sirecores need to works such as the different databases and permissions)
  3. Having installed at least once Sitecore using SIM
  4. Having completed the free Sitecore Developer Foundations eLearning
Very simple details
Click Install and wait for it
Home page
/sitecore
  1. Fire up visual studio and create an empty ASP NET Web application (You might need to run it with administrative privilegies)
_layout.cshtml
Notice what was published
_SeoData
DefaultPage
Home Page
_layout.cshtml
Unicorn.Site.Config
Unicorn.Site.Config
Unicorn.Site.Config
  1. Publish profile publishUrl:

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