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Automate your infrastructure

Written By
Serge Ohl

In my life, I really love to automate recurring tasks. In my private life, I’ve been conceptualizing, building, and developing my home automation for many years. At work, I automate everything: scripts, servers, deployments, etc. And now in the cloud, I am automating the infrastructure.

It is not a new thing; automation is old, but it’s not in all data centers or cloud infrastructures. Let’s see why you would have to automate your infrastructure, except because it’s cool. There are other points to consider.

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A story of TypeScript, webpack, and code splitting

Written By
Olivier Lamothe

In my last blog post, I talked about how we use webpack at Coveo, to improve our development process.

One of the most powerful feature offered by it is code splitting.

I’ll try to explain how we are leveraging it inside our project, and combining it with TypeScript.

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Building a resource locator

Written By
Wim Nijmeijer

This is the first blog post of a new series entitled “Build it with Coveo”. The series will present innovative use cases for the Coveo Platform, always including full code samples.

Coveo customers use the platform in a multitude of ways. Many in the consulting and resource management business often ask us if our search technology could help them better match resources and projects.

Use case:

What if you want to find the best peer/employee with knowledge around “Artificial Intelligence.”? What if you need to add constraints such as “available for the next two months.”? RL1

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Applying Site Search Best Practices using Sitecore Part 4

Written By
Simon Langevin

This is the last part of my long adventure to cover all the best practices listed in the Best Practices for Site Search eBook. The previous parts can be found here.

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Automate Adding a Coveo Search Box In a Page Using Sitecore PowerShell Extensions

Written By
Jean-François L'Heureux

The Sitecore PowerShell Extensions is an amazing tool every Sitecore developer should learn to use. I recently started playing with it, my first goal being to find a solution to the popular request: automate adding a Coveo search box in a page.

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Coveo Blitz 2017

Written By
Marc Sanfaçon

7th edition

After months of preparation, the seventh edition of Coveo Blitz was held on January 7th 2017. As was the case in the last few years, the contest was held in our Quebec City office. Participants like to see our offices and the work environment we offer - oh, and here’s a scoop: next year, it will be held in our brand new offices!

A total of 58 students from 6 universities and colleges participated this year. We opened the registration on October 18th and all the available places (15 teams of 4) were filled by November 3rd.

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Applying Site Search Best Practices using Sitecore Part 3

Written By
Simon Langevin

This is the third installment on my journey to cover all the best practices listed in the Best Practices for Site Search eBook. The goal of this series is to explain in details how to apply each best practice using Coveo for Sitecore V4.

If you missed the previous posts, you can find the full series here.

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Applying Site Search Best Practices using Sitecore Part 2

Written By
Simon Langevin

For those of you who missed part 1, this series of blogs is to provide technical details on each of the best practices mentioned in the Best Practices for Site Search eBook.

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My first Visual Studio Code extension (vsforce)

Written By
André Thériault, Lucien Bénié & Étienne Rocheleau
Our experience creating our first Visual Studio Code extension, details about the vsforce extension, and information that would have been useful when starting its development.

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Creating Previews of Your Secured Sitecore Content

Written By
Laurent Mandrile

In your Sitecore content tree, you may have secured items that you would like to present to anonymous users without the items’ content being displayed. The following blogpost introduces a method that will allow you to do just that.

This is done by creating stripped down values of secured items at indexing time and are made searchable by anonymous users while being filtered out at query time for connected users, who will see the secured content as usual. The ItemLimitedViewProcessor described below will give you a way of implementing this.

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