You should take the following consideration regarding upgrades of your add-on, as well as Sitefinity CMS upgrades:
EXAMPLE: An add-on depends on functionality in Sitefinity CMS that is available from version 9.2.6000. The latest available version of Sitefinity is 10.2.6000. You should add a dependency in the .nuspec file for versions >= 9.2.6000. This way all clients with Sitefinity CMS version higher than 9.2.6000 will be able to use the latest version of the add-on.
EXAMPLE: An add-on has dependency in the .nuspec file for Sitefinity versions >= 9.2.6000. The latest available version of Sitefinity is 10.2.6000 and it introduces a breaking change in the functionality that the add-on depends on. In this case, you should provide a new version of the add-on for the new version of Sitefinity CMS. You should update the old version of the add-on NuGet package to depend on versions >= 9.2.6000 and >10.2.6000.
Increase your Sitefinity skills by signing up for our free trainings. Get Sitefinity-certified at Progress Education Community to boost your credentials.
The free standalone Web Security lesson teaches administrators how to protect your websites and Sitefinity instance from external threats. Learn to configure HTTPS, SSL, allow lists for trusted sites, and cookie security, among others.
The free on-demand video course teaches developers how to use Sitefinity .NET Core and leverage its decoupled architecture and new way of coding against the platform.
To submit feedback, please update your cookie settings and allow the usage of Functional cookies.
Your feedback about this content is important