Sitecore CDP/Personalize

Sitecore Personalize: New Developer Focused API Keys

Today a project that has been in the works for a few months, which is to improve the developer experience with developer-generated tokens for Sitecore Personalize have been released, and I’ll talk through this release and some of the things it means for Developers.

Part Two: Using Extended View Event Data in a Sitecore Personalize Decision Model

In my next blog post on Sitecore CDP/Personalize, I look into building upon my recent content on how to capture additional arbitrary information about the pages that my users are viewing, but in this post I will explore how to then use that information in a decision model which we will then use for a Web Experience.

Capturing Additional Data in a View Event in Sitecore CDP/Personalize

In my latest blog post on Sitecore CDP/Personalize, I explore the different approaches to track arbitrary information in CDP, so that we can then use Sitecore Personalize in a later blog post to create a Decision Model and a Unique Web Experience based on the content the user is viewing for my blog.

Introducing Sitecore CDP/Personalize Serializer/CLI Tool

I walk the user through a PoC that I introduced to the community at Sitecore Symposium 2022 in Chicago, on a New Developer experience for Sitecore CDP/Personalize, including the journey to create this PoC and what’s next for this project.

Getting the GuestRef in the Browser with Sitecore CDP/Personalize

In this blog post, I discovered something as I continue to explore the APIs, and thought it might create the same ah hah moment for others as they try to understand the different IDs in the browser vs the Guests List in your CDP/Personalize tenant.