Blog entries posted during 2017

  • Big Things are Coming to Episerver Social

    We are happy to announce that, in the fall of this year, we will be releasing Episerver Social 2.0.  This release is the culmination of a substantial amount of customer and partner collaboration. Feedback from these two communities produce the mos... 0

  • What's new in Episerver Social 1.5?

    This week brings the release of Episerver Social 1.5. In addition to a handful of internal enhancements and performance tweaks, this version introduces the AnyExpression.  This new expression allows you to compare a field of your extension data... 0

  • What's new in Episerver Social 1.4?

    Episerver Social 1.4 releases this week. Below you'll find the highlights of what's new in this release. (For an individual breakdown of changes, check out the release notes .) Enhanced expression library Episerver Social emphasizes the ability to... 0

  • Getting Started with Comments

    Digital communities offer a myriad of ways for users to contribute content. Blog responses, product reviews, forum posts, and direct messages just to name a few. And while each of these mechanisms may serve a different purpose, they share quite a... 2

  • What's new in Episerver Social 1.3.0?

    This week brings the release of Episerver Social 1.3. I'd like to take a moment to highlight what's new in this release, and what you can look forward to from Episerver Social in the coming weeks and months. What's new? This release was largely... 0

  • Building product reviews with Episerver Social

    Product reviews are a very common form of user-generated content (UGC) in commerce sites. If I were to ask you to describe to me what a “product review” is, however, I suspect that it would differ significantly from what anyone else might envision... 0

  • What's new in Episerver Social 1.2.0?

    The R&D team is excited to announce that Episerver Social 1.2.0 releases this week. It includes a number of new features for developers. Let's take a look at what's in it: Asynchronous overloads for all services All methods of the Episerver Social... 2

About the blogger

Chris Banner


EPiServer Inc
Citizen

Team Lead, Episerver R&D, Episerver Social