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  • Umbraco Heartcore - Headless CMS

    Tuesday, April 19, 2022

    How to use Umbraco as a headless CMS  Recently, there has been a lot of focus on headless publishing, with different CMS providers and Digital Experience Platform (DXP) vendors like Sitecore pushing their headless capabilities. This is partly due to the continued success of headless CMS vendors like Contentful who have received investment, as well as the increasing number of SaaS offerings in the content management and digital experience space that are ...

  • What are the benefits of Umbraco 9?

    Thursday, October 28, 2021

    What are the benefits of Umbraco 9?Recently on this blog, I covered the latest updates from Umbraco’s flagship Codegarden conference. Many of the virtual sessions were preparing for Umbraco 9 - the brand-new release ...

  • Umbraco 8 and reasons to upgrade

    Monday, January 13, 2020
    Umbraco Gold Partner

    Umbraco 8 was launched in February 2019, and was 5 years in the making! Eagerly anticipated by 3chillies and the wider Umbraco community, the codebase was given a thorough and necessary clean-up, in order to make ...

  • Umbraco Azure Active Directory login

    Tuesday, September 17, 2019

    The steps below allow your Umbraco backend users to authenticate using their Azure AD user accounts. Install Azure Active Directory IdentityExtension package into your solution ...

  • UMBRACO GOLD PARTNER

    Tuesday, November 1, 2016
    Umbraco Gold Partner

    We’re happy to announce that 3chillies are now official Umbraco Certified Gold Partners We’ve been building Umbraco Sites for a number of years now, and the change in our partnership status reinforces our position as ...

  • SITECORE VS UMBRACO CMS

    Monday, April 4, 2016
    Sitecore v Umbraco

    A host of different Content Management Systems use the .NET framework, and each of them have different advantages depending on your business requirements. If, like most, you've boiled your choices down to either ...

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