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  • Episerver performance–Part 2 Object Cache in a separate layer

    Basic object caching example Time to get our hand dirty and dig into some code. Let’s start with the basic example that is useful in most scenarios. Let’s start out with an example repository of News or similar. Imagine that this one gets news from an external source and that it’s pretty slow. I also created a simple NewsItem class and a request...

  • Continent-Country-Region drop down list as dojo property

    I have looked at different ways of implementing a dropdown list with dependencies. Have looke at Doong Nguyen’s solution but had problems making it also work with continent. First of all I made a ContinentCountryRegionSelectionFactory to get all items needed. class DependedItem : ISelectItem { public string Parent { get; set; } public object Val... 2

  • Use nested queries in Find

    Since EPiServer released update 89 it is possible to use nested queries in EPiServer Find. Nested queries is a feature from Elastic Search that is now also supported by Find. With nested queries it is possible to query on a list that is defined on a type. For example, an Employees list property that belongs [...]

  • Remember me

    I’m looking forward to the Profile Store in EPiServer, but in the mean time I want some information to be remembered. You can, of course, create your own persistent visitor groups, but who knows what will change when the Profile Store arrives. I just wanted the Visited Pages to be remembered, and perhaps the Visited […]

  • Schedule exchange rate updates in Commerce

    I was poking around n Quicksilver and I found an interesting piece of code for adding exchange rates to your site. In Quicksilver it is done once, during initialization, so I decided to create a scheduled job for it as rates tend to change :) Pluggable, so you can add your own provider. The scheduled […]

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