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  • GDPR and Episerver: Unbundled consent in signup forms

    Make sure your signup forms are explicit about why you're asking for user consent.

  • Mass update catalog entries

    This is something you don’t do daily, but you will probably need one day, so it might come in handy. Recently we got a question on how to update the code of all entries in the catalog. This is interesting, because even thought you don’t update the codes that often (if at all, as the … Continue reading "Mass update catalog entries" The post Mass...

  • Explaining and changing scopes in Episerver Insight

    A scope in Episerver Insight defines a logical grouping of profiles. So given this scenario:

  • Register now for Code Bash at Episerver Ascend US 2018

    Calling all developers! Once again, we are happy to provide you with an excellent opportunity to show off your coding skills! Back, by popular demand, is the Episerver Code Bash, sponsored by Microsoft! This time around we have been working hard to make it even more fun than last year! Put together a development team with 1-5 people, bring your... 1

  • No logs after upgrading to EPiServer.Logging.Log4Net v.2.2.1

    Updated one of our customer solution with Episerver update 201, quick check on local dev, everything OK. Commit and push. Isn’t this the way we work? 😉 Noticed this thread “Logging stopped working after latest epi upgrade” on the Episerver forums and just assumed it was about another issue that I had previously experienced. Gave an […]

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Episerver releases

By: Asa Sundin

―Or why you don’t have to ask “When is the next Episerver version coming?” Many software companies release new versions of their software once a year, and maybe some smaller bug fix releases in between. Episerver takes another approach and releases almost every week.

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