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  • Syndicated blog - Posted on: Dec 07, 2019

    This post is about clarifying the configuration you need to do if you wish to use dependency injection in your Episerver project together with Web API. Episerver CMS uses dependecy injection and it is documented in the CMS developer guide. The documentation covers how you setup the dependency injection for your ASP.NET MVC controllers in […]

  • Posted on: Dec 07, 2019
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    Hi All, Recently came across a requirement of skipping jobs execution on weekends. So, I thought why not allow editors to control all/any jobs to stop execute on specific days of week. So, I took inspiration from @Paul 's reply on this thread . First, I created SelectionFactory for all existing jobs on StartPage (Home page), you can create this... 1

  • Syndicated blog - Posted on: Dec 06, 2019

    With 2020 fast approaching and budgeting season in full swing, we get a lot of questions from Episerver customers asking which enhancements they should be budgeting for in the coming year. When answering this question we always try to evaluate the tactics an organization should implement to provide the most value in the shortest amount of time. ...

  • Syndicated blog - Posted on: Dec 05, 2019

    This post is taken from https://www.verndale.com/insights/coding-add-ons-for-the-episerver-app-marketplace Episerver architecture was designed to allow programmers to easily modify the CMS to include components that help the administrator or content author reduce the time it takes to complete their job. These components can be reused in multiple...

  • Syndicated blog - Posted on: Dec 05, 2019

    This post is taken from https://www.verndale.com/insights/how-does-the-qa-phase-work-with-episerver-marketplace-modules In any software project, quality assurance is very important and of course, applications that live in the EpiServer marketplace are no exception. This not only reflects the quality of the product but also helps the customer tru...

  • Posted on: Dec 05, 2019
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    Well, mostly fun. You probably already know that cache is essential for your website and performance, and if you are using cache, you should probably be using ISynchronizationObjectInstanceCache, as it will take care of the remote cache invalidation for you, so if you scale out your site to multiple instances, everything will work. You probably... 2

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