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  • Posted on: Jan 27, 2020
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    After a long slumber in the Episerver Developers Öresund group Knowit and Episerver is kicking off 2020 with a developer meetup in Malmö february 6. Episerver .Net Core and the new reference project Episerver Foundation is the topics of the evening. So if you are in the Öresund area come and join us. See below link to sign up! https://www.meetup...

  • Posted on: Jan 27, 2020
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    To put your already rocking and exciting 2020 on Episerver steroids we’ll organize the 1st 2020 EpiDemic on February 11th with .Net Core as main topic. Martin Ottosen (Director of Product Management at Episerver) or one of the members of Episerver’s Development team will be joining us for a deep dive Episerver and .Net Core. We’ll make sure that...

  • Posted on: Jan 25, 2020
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    Hi All, I am pleased to announce the first-ever Episerver meetup in India on Monday, 10 February 2020. If you are living in Jaipur or have any plan to come here on 10 Feb.  we'd love to see you on this meetup. Please feel free to reach out to us at  epiusergroupindia@gmail.com  for any further queries. Meetup Agenda -  *Presentation topics will ...

  • Syndicated blog - Posted on: Jan 23, 2020

    I need to add extra information on each LineItem of the order. But also to see it on the OrderSummary view on the Commerce UI. Please comment if i can implement a better solution than following approach, because i thought that it could be a fast solution by changing the xml file were we define Continue reading "Add Metafields to OrderSummary vie...

  • Syndicated blog - Posted on: Jan 23, 2020

    A pretty normal task is to have an XHTML property that uses only a very specific subset of the normal TinyMCE functionality. For example a text field that also allows the editors to create links - but nothing else. I came up with what I think is an elegant solution here.

  • Posted on: Jan 21, 2020
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    Hi guys, As you knows, currently, EPiServer just supports latest published version in languages when you uses the default admin tool (Export / Import Data). Of course in most case, this is enough but sometimes you need to export / import with versions as well. (at least in case editor created a common draft and doesn't want to rework) How can we...

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New release of Episerver Personalization (Personalization Portal navigation, Update product names, Add data for Impressions, CTP and CTR to exported CSV file, Readable error messages). Bug fixes for Episerver Profile Store and Tracking.

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