Sitecore Item Buckets, Lucene TreeList Ex Editor and Sitecore Installer 2.0

This time we have three cool modules; a module that allows you to manage large repositories of items, another which uses the Lucene search engine to allow you to easily search through a treelist containing several items and a module that allows you to install a version of Sitecore within a couple of seconds.

Sitecore Item Buckets allows you to manage very large structures of items. The module uses a Lucene/SOLR based framework for storing, querying and scaling Sitecore to handle these large item structures.

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The module was contributed by Tim Ward.

The Lucene TreeList Ex Editor module is a custom treelist editor which uses lucene to easily find items in a large tree.

By using Lucene you can search for items you can also search on date fields and use wildcard search for your item hunting.

If you want to narrow which items you are searching through you can set up a filter for your search as well.

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The module was contributed by Niket Ashesh.

The Sitecore Installer module is the module for you that frequently installs a Sitecore solutions. After an easy setup you can at any time fire up this application an create a new version of Sitecore within a couple of seconds. If you have modules that you always install after installing Sitecore, the module does that for you as well.

The module was contributed by Rasmus Rasmussen who you can find blogging here and he has made an introduction video of the module here.

Sitecore Installer v2.0

Happy coding and sharing!

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~ by Jimmie Overby on September 4, 2012.

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