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  • Syndicated blog - Posted on: Dec 01, 2020

    If you write code that is likely to fail, it is good practice to wrap that section of code in a try-catch-clause and handle the exception. For scheduled jobs, it's the opposite! If something fails, be sure to throw that exception!

  • Posted on: Dec 01, 2020
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    The provider for SMTP services and transactional e-mails in DXP are making some changes around authentication methods during this quarter. The changes will move away from basic authentication with username and password, and instead use API keys for authentication.   So what does this mean for you?  If you are using the SMTP service that is a par...

  • Syndicated blog - Posted on: Dec 01, 2020

    Have you ever wondered what your long-running scheduled job is doing right now? Are you waiting for it to finish, and considering if you have time for a coffee? Make your jobs give feedback!

  • Syndicated blog - Posted on: Dec 01, 2020

    Have you ever wanted to kill a long-running scheduled job? You can! Also, make sure the job restarts if the hosting environment shuts down.

  • Syndicated blog - Posted on: Dec 01, 2020

    If you’re building modern web applications, you need to carefully consider the front-end technology stack you use. Webpack, a static module bundler, combined with NPM for package management is a great starting point. Here’s how you can incorporate these technologies into your Asp.net MVC application built upon Episerver. Alongside Node.js we nee...

  • Syndicated blog - Posted on: Dec 01, 2020

    var link = document.createElement("link"); link.type = "text/css"; link.rel = "stylesheet"; link.href = "https://cdn.jsdelivr.net/npm/prismjs@1.22.0/themes/prism-okaidia.css"; document.head.appendChild(link); While making a tool that could index hundreds of thousands new prices within minutes during a big promotion activation, we had to figure o...

  • Syndicated blog - Posted on: Nov 30, 2020

    Building top notch solutions today requires a high level of reusability to quickly be able to deliver a solution that caters for today’s customer demands for web sites and e-commerce solutions. To do this we at Epinova try to package our best practices as much as possible to be able to quickly get started with new solutions using best practice –...

  • Syndicated blog - Posted on: Nov 30, 2020

    When building highly performant web applications, it’s always important to consider your caching strategy.  There are some generic things you can do to make your overall website faster (such as setting efficient client-side cache policies), but often times a much overlooked performance pitfall involves making too many API calls.  Luckily,...

  • Syndicated blog - Posted on: Nov 29, 2020

    Examples and valuable information about the price apis.

  • Syndicated blog - Posted on: Nov 28, 2020

    Over the years I have been involved in quite a lot(!) of Episerver addons and integration projects. A key to a successful add-on is to get the entire project and environment correctly setup and working from the start. This is my recipe.

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