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A challenge I have found when working on large multilingual Episerver builds is that there are often times where you want to review the value of a property across all languages - for example when debugging an issue on the site or comparing how a... 1
The Payment Request API is a new browser feature that allows visitors to make payments online. In the blog post, I explain what you can do with the Payment Request API and how to make an integration with the Episerver's Service API.
About two months ago the blog post ‘Better Language Models and Their Implications’ came out. In case you heard nothing about it, researchers at OpenAI wrote a paper about a language model called GPT-2 . The model is able to generate text that...
Are you planning to migrate your website to a new eCommerce CMS platform? We share 3 strategic questions you should consider first.
The Visual Studio integration now supports Visual Studio 2019, it should shortly be available in the Visual Studio Marketplace (the "Manage Extensions" menu option inside Visual Studio 2019). The Alloy sample templates that is shipped as part of... 5
A collegeau CMS developer asked me a maybe general but very important question the other day. Q; "When creating blocks, do you tend to put "structure" markup in block views?" My answer is it depends!
There is a couple of new features and breaking changes were defined in Episerver.Personalization.Commerce 3.0 https://world.episerver.com/documentation/upgrading/episerver_personalization/episerver-personalization-commerce-3-0-breaking-changes/ In...
This week it what that time again where I needed to renew my Episerver CMS certificate. So here is a post with some thoughts, comments and tips that hopefully is to some use for others preparing for the exam. A lot of things have happened in the... 2