Category: Windows Hosts Writer

Using Windows Hosts Writer with Sitecore 10

If you’ve been on twitter today, you’ve noticed quite a bit of buzz around the Sitecore Universe (SCUniverse – Pronounced “skju nɪ vɜrs”) with the news that Sitecore 10 has dropped! Play Marketing Buzzword Bingo with the Press Release here: https://www.sitecore.com/company/news-events/press-releases/2020/08/marketers-and-it-pros-jointly-win-with-launch Of course, a major developer Quality of Life enhancement here is the native support…


Windows Hosts Writer – v 1.3

It’s been a hot minute since I’ve worked on the Windows Hosts Writer (WHW) and based on some feedback, a few changes were made: Now, WHW will listen to ANY network by default. No more having to remember to set it to nat or docker_default. You can still specify an override through the environment variable…


Maintain your Hosts file with a Docker Container

UPDATED – Read below! So while this doesn’t technically involve Sitecore, it’s been super helpful so far when working with some of the docker efforts I’ve been putting forward setting up Identity Server as well as Horizons. Those are still in the works though, so hold tight. The problem I’d been running into for those…