Last updated: Feb 04 2019
Episerver - update 250
New release of Episerver CMS UI (including improvements to trash). Bug fixes for Episerver Search and Episerver Connect for Campaign. Updated Episerver CMS Visual Studio extension.
The update applies to Episerver projects version 7.5 and higher, and contains finalized work items included in the latest iteration. Continuous release updates are cumulative to include previous updates. Episerver supports all platform updates and strongly recommends that you keep ongoing projects up-to-date. You can install the updates from the Episerver NuGet feed.
This release information lists updated main package versions for the Episerver platform. When a release is built, other dependent packages also may be bumped to new versions, although they contain no publicly visible changes. This is done to avoid dependency errors. When you upgrade, NuGet alerts you to upgrade related packages to the required versions. For Commerce, it is important to ensure that you are running the same version of CMS and Commerce, both in the front-end and back-end applications.
Updated main packages
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Episerver CMS Core
Episerver CMS UI
- CMS-12692: Improvements to trash
The following improvements have been made to trash (also called the recycle bin):
- You can see information about deleted content (content id, content type name, and original location) by hovering over the item.
- You can permanently delete individual items from trash.
See also Linh Nguyen's blog post.
- EPiServer.ConnectForCampaign 2.1.0 (There are no public work items in this release.)
- Update 218 included breaking changes for Service API 5.
- Update 210 included breaking changes for Commerce 12 and Spellchecker for TinyMCE 2.
- Update 208 included breaking changes for Episerver Find 13.
- Update 189 included breaking changes for Episerver CMS 11.
- For previous notifications, see update 188.
- Release notes. Latest changes with work item details.
- New features in Episerver. Summary of new functionality.
- Installing Episerver updates. Adding the NuGet feed and installing updates.
- Episerver Beta features. About Beta releases and how to enable them.
- The Episerver continuous release process. About continuous releases and deployment.