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Is this blog valuable to you? Making use of 1 or more of the free packages? Found some useful tip in the sourcecode?

If you feel you want to repay the favor then start by sharing your Umbraco experience Smile It doesn’t have to be the next jaw dropping package but you can answer questions on the forum, demo Umbraco to dev’s that don’t know about it, share useful code snippets, blog about your journey with Umbraco and what you’ve learned, try to package up something you created, write docs, test new releases, report bugs, contribute to the core or packages…. there lot’s of ways to get involved Smile

8 Comments so far

  1. Dan Patching on October 22nd, 2013

    Some really good articles here.
    The char limit data type tutorial got me started with data types in V4/6, i’ve since passed that link on to another developer who found it just as useful.

    “great tip you passed on - got my first custom data type working. cheers mate :)”

    The V7 tips are saving me serious time, as it’s so new there is not that much info out there yet.

    Looking forward to developing more packages to share! (so many ideas)
    Thanks for the great resource!

  2. Allan Cutts on October 28th, 2013

    Hi Tim,

    Really enjoyed your “Master of Datatypes” video.

    Have followed step by step, but I keep hitting this problem when the xml data is being retrieved.

    was not expected.

    At the moment the datatype has just one value…

    Looks like this in the App_Data/umbraco.config

    myVal

    Any advice? clues? What am I missing?

    Many thanks in advance,

    Allan

  3. Tim Geyssens on October 29th, 2013

    @Allan, could you post code on our.umbraco.org (forum) ?

  4. Francis on November 5th, 2013

    Hey man,I stumbled upon your Nibble.Umb.Poll and it looks like exactly what i need. Only problem is I am using ver 6 of umbraco.

    Can you guide me as to how to modify the poll to install in version 6?

    Thanks

  5. Doug Kulak on January 21st, 2014

    I definitely found your Belle tutorials on property editors very helpful and have created a Font Awesome Icon Picker. Check it out!

    https://github.com/rhythmagency/rhythm.umbraco7.font-awesome-icon-picker

  6. denise on August 20th, 2015

    Hello Tim,

    i think you are doing a good job making these tutorials and ofcourse Umbraco Forms.

    I am starting to document some of the things I have done in my site to help out other umbraco devs out there.

    Just a question,
    My biggest obstacle so far is prevalues for umbraco forms.
    Is it possible to create a custom one? (not just string) as I have found out I need a sortable prevalue. You guys had it in contour and got rid of it in UmbracoForms.

    Any guide will do. Thanks.

  7. Tim Geyssens on September 15th, 2015

    @Denise do you mean prevalue sources? Those are still available in Forms

  8. Dawn on December 13th, 2016

    How to create an Advanced property editors for Umbraco v7, with parent document type field vslues?
    For example, I need to list the Specification values (Repetable textstrings) of the Category document type in the child Product document type

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