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From the entire Episerver community of developers implementing solutions based on Episerver products.

  • Episerver – Sydney Meetup – 27 Feb 2019

    We are so pleased to announced our next Episerver Meetup 🙂 This is very exciting as this meetup will be held in Episerver office in Sydney and more exciting which Damien Dias from Episerver is going to speak about the upgrade process. This is what we are dealing many times! So would be really helpful to […]

  • Building an EPiServer Campaign Connector for Transactional Emails

    EPiServer released a Campaign Connector package ( which abstracts away authentication from Campaign’s API’s while providing an EPiServer Forms connector as well as support for a range of marketing and transactional email functionality. Once installed...

  • Making a configurable color picker for Episerver: Part 2

    The riveting finale documenting the process (loosely) of creating a configurable color picker in Episerver. This part deals with getting color palette definitions from a config file, creating a custom property and wrapping everything up.

  • Control the cropping of your images with a focal point

    The Image point editor for Episerver CMS can be used together with the Picture helper in ImageProcessor.Web.Episerver to control the cropping of images.  If showing the same image in different height and width on your site, you might want to control how the image is cropped. Let’s say you are showing super cool, wide image … Continue reading...

  • IContentLoader.Get(contentLink) is considered harmful for catalog content.

    A while ago I wrote about how you should be aware of IContentLoader.GetChildren (contentLink) here. However, that is only half of story. IContentLoader.Get (contentLink) is also considered harmful. Not in terms of it causes damage to your site (we would never, ever let that happen), nor it is slow (not unless you abuse it), but because it can...

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