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We have received questions about the recently disclosed vulnerability in Newtonsoft.Json prior to version 13.0.1. Having the dependency doesn't mean you're automatically vulnerable, but since several of our packages depend on Newtonsoft.Json, DXP...
If you are upgrading to Optimizely CMS 12, one of the breaking changes to consider is the change to the Dependency Injection(DI) framework. Earlier versions of Optimizely CMS had their own DI hosting framework that supported other concrete DI...
CLI tools are getting more and more popular once again. In this short blog post, I'll guide you on how to set up a new Optimizely CMS database and add an admin user to the database.
This excellent module is used on a large number of Optimizely sites, I think I use it on just about every site I have delivered, but today I found out a new feature that I didn’t know existed. Perhaps I … Continue reading →
.NET5 and .NET6 has no concept of output caching, and neither does Optimizely Content Cloud 12. When adding output cache, there are a few things to consider - visitor groups are one of them.
Upgrading to a new version of the Optimizely CMS can seem daunting. It starts making a lot more sense once you open the black box and see that the benefits can outweigh the development effort.
Introduction In the previous post, I covered the steps required to migrate your project to the new format. In this post, I am going to move to the next stage and cover how you adapt the solution to target multiple … Continue reading →