Challenging times ahead

The times are definitely challenging and changing for all of us at the moment, but to keep your mind busy and focus on good stuff, check out the Tips & tricks page we have prepared for you. We have tried to collect some links that might help you learn a little bit more on Episerver, no matter if you are new to Episerver or already an expert.

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  • Syndicated blog - Posted on: May 29, 2020

    Episerver's front end has traditionally been built in ASP.net MVC. However a number of builds are now using libraries such as React or Vue.js to create Single Page Applications (SPA) or  Progressive Web Apps (PWA) using a headless implementation approach. So I decided to put this post together to collect some useful resources for working with...

  • Posted on: May 29, 2020
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    Currently we saw some blog posts related to DXP, as Episerver World team also use it as a service as well, we would like to quick mention some customization and practice that we have done a long the way. Like many others take advantage of Azure Devops, we use it for smooth flow from development to deployment. Due to specific requirement and...

  • Syndicated blog - Posted on: May 29, 2020

    This post will describe how to implement Azure DevOps pipelines that uses the Epinova DXP Deployment extension (Beta) to build and deploy to Episerver DXP.

  • Syndicated blog - Posted on: May 28, 2020

    If you are using Episerver Search & Navigation (Formerly Find), you are likely using GetContentResult() . While I’m fairly skeptical about it (if you do not need the content explicitly, it’s probably a good idea to use GetResult instead), there are legitimate uses of the APIs. However, it can come […] The post Beware of GetContentResult() appear...

  • Posted on: May 28, 2020
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    Recap In my previous post , I explored the possibility of using Release Flow as a branching strategy for Episerver DXP deployments. Moving on to the Deployment workflow, there are already a number of excellent blog posts like this one on how to use the Deployment API with Azure DevOps Classic pipelines. When I started working with the Deployment...

  • Syndicated blog - Posted on: May 27, 2020

    The Adaptive Images add-on for Episerver is designed to work with Cloudinary for image transformation, optimization, and delivery. In this post we'll look at how you can set up Adaptive Images to work with your Cloudinary account.

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  • Posted on: May 26, 2020
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    TL;DR: When you upgrade BlockEnhancements or install our Labs in the future, you will see a new NuGet dependency called EPiServer.Telemetry.UI. It's the telemetry code from BlockEnhancements that we extracted and made available to our other experiments. Previously,  we blogged about adding User Telemetry in our first Labs add-on, BlockEnhancemen...

  • Syndicated blog - Posted on: May 26, 2020

    Often, it can be handy to have very exact and dynamic control over what editors can see or do. One of my weapons of choice for this is the good, old and trusted Virtual Roles. In this scenario we have a multi-site Episerver, where some of the block types it should only be possible to use on one of the sites.

  • Syndicated blog - Posted on: May 26, 2020

    Automatic focal point (“area of interest”) is the first of many features to leverage Microsoft Azure Cognitive Services. KALMAR, Sweden — May 26, 2020 — As part of its cloud-first strategy, ImageVault today announced it has begun rolling out new cloud-based functionality across its digital asset management (DAM) services powered by Azure Cogniti...

  • Posted on: May 26, 2020
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    Hello Guys, Recently I came across one of the requirement to import PDF documents from external drive and create respective publication pages in Episerver. I have divided this requirement into below tasks: Import all PDF's into Episerver in same structure as it is in external drive Create episerver page for each PDF in same structure To start wi...

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Episerver Dev Happy Hour

Starting Friday April 10, 2020, we will be hosting a weekly online technical meetup for Episerver Partners - Episerver Dev Happy Hour!

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Come back stronger

From April 1 – June 30, 2020, you can access Episerver’s eLearning courses for FREE as part of the “Come Back Stronger” education initiative. Read more

Episerver Education is also offering free webinars for both Episerver developers and editors. Read more

We are also offering a free version of our Content Intelligence product to give you fast, actionable, and real-time intelligence on how well your content is meeting the needs of your visitors. Read more

Weekly updates

New releases of Episerver Commerce (updates to Order List UI, quick access to contact details, search for order/cart/payment plan, and possibility to create new and exchange orders) and Episerver Campaign (Shopware integration 1.4.2, Deep Analytics pivot tables compatible with HTML5). Bug fixes for Episerver A/B testing, Episerver Block Enhancements, and Episerver Profile Store.

Latest doc updates
Profile Store, updated May 29, 2020
Search & Navigation, updated May 29, 2020
updated May 28, 2020
Campaign, updated May 19, 2020
Platform, updated May 15, 2020

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