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  • Welcome to 2 new EMVPs

    It's with great pleasure we now introduce 2 new Episerver Most Valuable Professionals: Māris Krivtežs, GETA and Casper Rasmussen, Valtech Congratulations guys! Well deserved! Learn more about the EMVP program on world.episerver.com/emvp 2

  • Validating for uniqueness with EPiServer

    This is just a short post describing a method found for validating that the value provided for field within a page or block is unique across other instances of that content type. The specific need was for a poll block that provided a question and set of answers for users to pick from, with the results being saved to the dynamic data store. I had...

  • Planned breaking changes 2016

    An update to let you know what breaking changes are coming in CMS this year. The main breaking changes are: A new state AwaitingApproval for content. We are also adding new events to IContentEvents and new save actions. Supports features around content approval. IContentRepository.Save and the events around that (IContentEvents) have a few quirk...

  • Planning to Use Website Templates? Answer These 5 Questions First!

    Many Saas-based platforms provide a marketplace for website templates, but before you buy templates, be sure to answer these questions first.

  • The hidden danger of dot (Or why should your metafield not contain . in the name)

    A dot (.) – it is harmless. What harm can it do, it looks pretty innocent. And yet it can break your Catalog UI. Catalog UI relies on the Shell UI from CMS to render properties and such. Shell UI, in its hands, needs to know about the metadata of the properties. When you have dot … Continue reading The hidden danger of dot (Or why should your...

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Ektron June Updates

As part of our spring seasonal launch, Episerver recently introduced a new service pack for Ektron 9.10.

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