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  • Syndicated blog - Posted on: Feb 25, 2020

    I sat down and attempted to gauge the adoption of the new 2020 Episerver product names this morning, and I noticed a continued confusion in how the product offerings were re-positioned this January. Continuing to evangelize the transition helps promote adoption, or at least eliminate confusion on how the old and the new translates. You may think...

  • Posted on: Feb 25, 2020
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    As of EPiServer.Labs.BlockEnhancements 0.7.0  it will support sending some telemetry data to help the CMS UI team determine which of the many great improvements should be fully supported, with all the complicated combinations of Languages, Content Approval, Project Mode, and more. This telemetry technology and how we work with it in CMS UI will...

  • Posted on: Feb 24, 2020
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    Come learn the latest in the world of Episerver development. We will be featuring, among other things, info and demo of Epi in .NET Core. The format will be a familiar one: casual hanging, good pizza, beer and soda. Oh, and great Episerver development-related content. The Agenda: Johan Björnfot from Episerver dev team (Stockholm) will come and...

  • Syndicated blog - Posted on: Feb 24, 2020

    Come along at the end of March for our Spring Meetup and find out in detail about Episerver’s plans for .NET Core, their latest personalisation acquisition (Idio) and share stories, opinions, tips and tricks with your fellow community members. When: TUESDAY MARCH 31st 2020 from 1830 Where: Zone Digital – Western Transit Shed 12-13 Stable […]

  • Syndicated blog - Posted on: Feb 21, 2020

    A short blog post (relatively) demonstrating how you can modify a form's submission message in code in this case allowing the editor to utilize placeholders.

  • Posted on: Feb 21, 2020
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    When I hear of a customer who is unhappy with Episerver what they are usually unhappy with is a badly implemented Episerver solution and the number one reason I find is that the development team didn’t follow the Goldilocks rule. What is the Goldilocks rule? The story of Goldilocks and the Three Bears is a classic tale. In it, a young girl...

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New releases of Episerver Campaign and Episerver Forms Service API. Bug fixes for Episerver CMS Core, Episerver CMS UI, and Episerver Forms.

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