The Social Dev Team blog

  • What's new in Episerver Social 1.3.0?

    This week brings the release of Episerver Social 1.3. I'd like to take a moment to highlight what's new in this release, and what you can look forward to from Episerver Social in the coming weeks and months. What's new? This release was largely...

  • Working with Episerver Social References

    Episerver Social is a stand-alone platform that provides unparalleled control over the construction of models used to deliver social content. Social has two ways to uniquely reference content stored within it. An Id that is generated when a model ...

  • Building product reviews with Episerver Social

    Product reviews are a very common form of user-generated content (UGC) in commerce sites. If I were to ask you to describe to me what a “product review” is, however, I suspect that it would differ significantly from what anyone else might envision...

  • Implementing Membership Moderation using Episerver Social

     Summary: The goal of this tutorial is to outline how to implement moderation for group membership admission. The tutorial describes an interconnected relationship between four social services: groups, members, workflows and workflow items....

  • Extending Episerver’s IContent to manage Episerver Social Comments

    Overview The goal of this tutorial is to introduce the basics of the Episerver Social’s framework and its Comments feature. This tutorial also describes how to extend Episerver’s IContent type (available in the EPiServer.CMS.Core package) to suppo...

  • Building a Like button with Episerver Social Ratings

    Overview In this tutorial, we are going to show how to build a Like button with the Episerver Social Ratings service API [1] . A Like button has a few simple requirements: Track the total number of times the Like button was clicked. Determine if a...

  • What's new in Episerver Social 1.2.0?

    The R&D team is excited to announce that Episerver Social 1.2.0 releases this week. It includes a number of new features for developers. Let's take a look at what's in it: Asynchronous overloads for all services All methods of the Episerver Social... 2

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