Apps and integrations for Episerver
There are many options for extending Episerver solutions through APIs, add-on applications, and code contributions. Integrations, applications, and connectors can be developed by Episerver, partners, or community members, and listed in the Episerver App Marketplace.
Types of apps and integrations
- Episerver-maintained apps and integrations - developed and owned by Episerver and supported version to version.
See overview of Episerver apps and integrations.
- Episerver Labs - add-ons developed by Episerver as experimental product trials. See Episerver Labs for information on purpose, functionality, support, and legal notice.
- Marketplace apps and integrations - provided by Technology Partners, verified or certified by Episerver, available in Episerver App Marketplace.
See More about Episerver App Marketplace.
- Community-developed apps and integrations – developed by anyone in the Episerver community, approved by Episerver.
Available in the Episerver NuGet feed, and/or as open source on GitHub.
Most apps and integrations involve subscribing to a service, and/or installation of NuGet packages in Visual Studio. See specific information for each app and integration.