New Marketplace modules

In December we added lots more modules to the Marketplace including a logging module, a module to show the date in an easier way like 2 days instead of 48 hours, an error manager for developers, a module to give you an overview of your site if you have multiple languages, a YouTube uploader and a module that allows you to segment the emails you send to your customers.

The Logger Module provides an abstraction of the built-in Sitecore Logging features. It gives developers better control over logging output (Targets, Log Level) and allows logging to be controlled at runtime through Sitecore Backend.

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The module was contributed by namics.com

The Pretty Date allows for new date types for Sitecore to display more pretty date format for different type of notifications. So instead of 48 hours, it could say 2 days

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The module was contributed by Vlad Shpak.

The Sitecore Error Manager shows friendly error messages to the user. The user should see an error page, based on a Sitecore item if an error occurs.

The module was contributed by Kevin Brechbüehl from unic.com

The Splitshot module makes it easy to browse your site when having multiple languages.

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It was developed by Alexander Doroshenko who you can find blogging here.

The YouTube Uploader allows you to upload videos to YouTube through the Content Editor. Like the YouTube Integration module added the videos from an author to the media library this module does it the other way around by uploading videos to Sitecore that will then be uploaded to the author’s YouTube account.

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The module was contributed by John Penfold.

The Sitecore Email Campaign Manager (ECM) is a full-featured email marketing tool built into the Sitecore Customer Engagement Platform (CEP). The ECM Segmentation Module extends Email Campaign Manager and provides the ability to segment email recipients based on conditions.

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This is a feature that comes with ECM2 but Morten Bork thought that this is also something the customer’s who were on version 1.x would also benefit from he developed this extension.

Happy coding and sharing.

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~ by Jimmie Overby on January 14, 2013.

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