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README.md

Sitecore Habitat

Habitat is a Sitecore solution example built on a modular architecture. The architecture and methodology focuses on:

  • Simplicity - A consistent and discoverable architecture
  • Flexibility - Change and add quickly and without worry
  • Extensibility - Simply add new features without steep learning curve

For more information, please check out the Habitat Wiki