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EPiServer 7 is here!

EPiServer 7 offers a number of exciting new features, although the most important change is the redesigned minimalistic user interface and the updates to the core platform. We've looked at the overall experience and designed improvements for all our users; from the novice editor to the technical architect. The goal has been to give our users more impact with less work.

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Articles

Fredrik Tjärnberg, Configuration Manager EPiServer AB

EPiServer 7 - Patch 1

Today we are making the first maintenance update to EPiServer 7 available on nuget.episerver.com. This update is fully supported and we recommend that you apply it to ongoing projects based on EPiServer 7.

By: Fredrik Tjärnberg, Configuration Manager EPiServer AB


Joel Abrahamsson, Independent Systems Architect and Developer

ASP.NET MVC Templates for EPiServer 7 CMS

In this article I will walk through the most important technical aspects of the new MVC templates for EPiServer 7 CMS.

By: Joel Abrahamsson, Independent Systems Architect and Developer


Peter Sunna, Product Manager EPiServer AB

EPiServer 7: Ready for a multi-screen world

Today we’re releasing EPiServer 7! It is an important milestone for us and we are looking forward to seeing all the solutions that our partners will build on top of this new platform.

By: Peter Sunna, Product Manager EPiServer AB


Lena Spegel, Information Manager EPiServer AB

Web Solution Kit for EPiServer 7 CMS

With EPiServer 7 CMS, you have the option of installing a new web solution kit which contains a fully functional website with content and with responsive design based on HTML5 and the CSS framework Twitter Bootstrap.

By: Lena Spegel


Ted Nyberg, EMVP at Ted&Gustaf

Alloy Templates for EPiServer 7 CMS

This article provides an overview of the new Alloy example website available for EPiServer 7 CMS. It's intended for developers interested in a high-level description of some of the concepts used.

By: Ted Nyberg, EMVP at Ted&Gustaf


Lena Spegel, Information Manager EPiServer AB

New SDK - All documentation in one place

The SDK site contains all the documentation you need for developing EPiServer 7 CMS projects. You will find useful information on getting started, developer guides and class libraries.

By: Lena Spegel

Blogs

Alll blog entries tagged with EPiServer 7

Linus Ekström, EPiServer

Custom renderers for properties

In my previous blog post about updates to typed models in EPiServer 7 I mentioned that we have added the possibility to select renderer for properties, pretty much the same way as you can assign...

By: Linus Ekström, EPiServer


Per Bjurström, EPiServer

Synchronization of typed models

One of the areas we have improved is the startup time of EPiServer 7, there is a lot of new functionality   that requires initialization but it actually starts faster that previous versions. Some of the changes we have done is using parallelizatio...

By: Per Bjurström, EPiServer


Linus Ekström, EPiServer Creating a Dojo based component

In this second blog post in the series about how to extend the user interface in EPiServer 7 we will look how to add a component using the JavaScript framework Dojo.

By: Linus Ekström, EPiServer


Linus Ekström, EPiServer

Extending the User Interface of EPiServer 7

You have probably not missed that EPiServer 7 comes with a brand new user interface for content editing. This is built on top of a new UI-framework that is also used on the new dashboard. In this blog series I’ll explain how to implement some...

By: Linus Ekström, EPiServer


Linus Ekström, EPiServer

Typed models in EPiServer 7

When looking at how developers using EPiServer 7 wrote their typed models we noticed a frequent use of the "BackingType" attribute. For developers used to EPiServer CMS 5 and 6 this might seem quite natural since everyone...

By: Linus Ekström, EPiServer