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There have been a couple of posts about performance over the last few weeks from Stefan Holm Olsen then Khurram Khan , both of which suggest minimising the use of nested blocks. This is good advice not just for performance reasons but for improvi... 4
Hi All, I have a scenario on our website where I need to display the Episerver tree on our view. Like- So I thought that we can use the “ GetDescendents ” method and it will render the tree but I was wrong. It basically gives you all the page item... 1
In CMS UI 11.21.0, we are introducing a refreshed editor interface. While edit mode looks different, there are no functional changes - the changes are purely cosmetic. Our first change was to completely redesign CMS UI navigation. This modern... 9
While working on a past project with heavy use of IList properties I ran into several usability situations. One of those situations involved read-only values that were being imported from an external system. They needed to appear in the...
Recently I've been working with Profile Store, specifically around enriching the profile with custom behaviourable data that can then be used for content personalisation. Here's a quick overview of the implementation. Tracking Profile Store is... 1
It's no secret that security is vital all websites. If you use Azure Active Directory to login to organization infrastructure already, why not use it to secure your website? Here's how:
Prefer Controllerless blocks Don't Create Content Areas in Blocks, No nesting blocks. Minimize database calls. Instead, use Episerver’s caching layer where ever possible. Personalization might have an impact on performance, therefore make sure you... 14
So you need to do something when content changes? Knowing when content changes can be important in many use cases. You might need to update a search index with the new information, send an email to some editor or similar. That is easy to support... 2