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  • Announcing Order extension for ServiceAPI

    ServiceAPI has been a popular RESTful APIs for Episerver Commerce, and it has been used by many websites, allowing easy and reliable integration with external systems. However up until now, only Catalog-related APIs (and a small set of CMS asset a... 2

  • Add Commerce to an Alloy Web Site

    I frequently get the question about how to add Commerce to an existing CMS site. I dreaded that question 5 years ago, but now adding Epi Commerce to an existing web site has really become easy in Visual Studio. It is simply a matter of adding the...

  • Payment providers source code are now available on GitHub

    The source code for payment providers, including PayPal, DIBS, DataCash have been released to GitHub. These projects were upgraded to work with latest version of Commerce (11.2.2) and other components, that contains a few fixes and refactoring.... 3

  • Improved Memory Efficiency in Commerce 11.1

    TL;DR: Episerver Commerce 11.1 contains improved caching strategies for Catalog Content allowing site implementations to make better use of the available memory. Caching in the Catalog APIs Episerver Commerce uses a Content Provider to make catalo...

  • Commerce 11 release

    In update 174 we shipped a version 11 release of Commerce. This is a semantic versioning major release as part of our continuous release process. The main focus is on improvements the platform, where these improvements require changes to our publi...

  • Commerce Manager over HTTPS with load balancer

    Commerce Manager - either you like it or hate it - is still an important part of Commerce, and there are functionalities which can't be found else where, so you will have to stick with it for the time being. And as it's important enough, it's a...

  • Episerver breaking changes policies

    There has been a small confusion regarding our breaking changes policies, and some developers understand it as "Episerver promises to not introduce breaking changes in non-major releases".  That's not entirely correct. We promises to not introduce... 10

  • Follow Up on Planned Breaking Changes in Commerce 2017

    This is a follow up post to Planned Breaking Changes in Commerce 2017 , which promised an update on the scope of the release. We now have the scope set, and are closing on dev complete for the included features. It is very close to what we planned... 5

  • Payment providers with abstraction apis (10.5.0 – 2017)

    Episerver Commerce released payment providers packages in 10.5.0 (include PayPal, DIBS, DataCash). Those packages are available for downloading  and installation document are under Commerce Payment providers sample section. This is the main change...

  • Filtering on Campaign View

    Commerce release 10.4.0 (available as of 5 March, 2017) introduces a feature that lets you filter the information on the Marketing Campaign List view. Prior to this change, the Campaign List showed all campaigns. Under each was a list of its... 7

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