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Wooow ! I just watched the uHangout and I'm really amazed by your framework ! It's such an excellent job.
Thank you very much for sharing all of that. I'll start playing with it next week and I'll give you some feedback later if I have some.
Thanks a lot !
You really made my day with this post :-D. Let me know if you have any feedback.
First of all thanks for the great framework. Good to see all the best practisies in one place.
Just a qucik question on Models Builder - how do you normally manage deployments so all the documents/properties stay up to date?
Each time a documenttype is updated you just run the ModelsBuilder again. Nothing related to deployments. If you have any other questions about the ModelsBuilder have a look at this uHangout video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NTzb7qQlNzM
Thanks for your message.
I did watch the video, that is why I am asking the question. Maybe my question wasn't clear enough. Let me try again then :)
Let's assume that you added 1 new document type with some properies, and added 1 new property to the existing document type. Once regenereated the local model how would you go about pushing these changes to staging/live environments? Would you create doc types/proprties manually in the umbraco or use courier instead?
Just trying to figrue out what is the best pracrise :)
Hope it makes sense now.
Currently I just add the doc types/properties manually. Having the ModelsBuilder doesn't change that process. You just don't have to write your own models anymore. Other than that nothing changes.
We are using the fabulous uSync (http://our.umbraco.org/projects/developer-tools/usync) to deal with this problem => now it's all automatic and that would fit perfect in the new Hybrid framework.
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