by Sian Simms & Emma Hughes
Frontend developers and designers can often feel some imposter syndrome, especially in a backend heavy groups like the .NET-focused Umbraco community. Sian and Emma share their journey as front-end developers and how they overcome imposter syndrome through acknowledging the strengths their role brings to the team.
by Paul Seal
The best Umbraco packages are ones that make your life easier as a developer and an editor. Lee Kelleher's Contentment is one such package that offers a collection of data editors. For Paul Seal, the editor that stood out was the Data List, which he demonstrates by creating an Author Picker.
Issue 72 :: May 2021
Issue 71 :: April 2021
A curated collection of Umbraco and industry related tools, tips, tricks, and tutorials from around the web.
Often when building a site with no intention for multilingual, many static content fields get coded directly into the template, which can be a bear to hunt down if the site shifts! Johannes' new Auto dictionaries package will find static content in your template and help automate the process of moving these into dictionary fields for you.Download the package
The Umbraco Backoffice accessibility initiative
Have you been keeping up with Umbraco's accessibility initiative? If not, Rachel has a succinct blog post that outlines the goals, plan, team, and what you can do to help.Read the blog post
Mapping our journey to accessibility
Joe recently gave a fantastic presentation for UMBRAAD (Umbraco Accessibility Awareness Day) about how we can learn about accessibility using maps, and he has followed that up with a useful and detailed blog post that we highly recommend you read!Read the blog post