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  • Syndicated blog - Posted on: Sep 23, 2021

    One of my favorite add-ons these days is the GridView. It's pretty customizable, but some of the customizations aren't the most well documented. Here's a couple of tricks I've found handy when using it.

  • Syndicated blog - Posted on: Sep 22, 2021

    As much as I love coding, sometimes a quick editorial solution can be needed to solve a pressing market need without time for development, test and deployment. This was one of those times.

  • Posted on: Sep 21, 2021

    Introduction to Optimizely .NET 5 Series Welcome everyone to a series of posts about the upcoming releases of .Net 5 compatible commerce and content clouds. Getting started with upgrade-assistant Starting a new project Working with docker and...

  • Syndicated blog - Posted on: Sep 20, 2021

    Most of my web applications, including Optimizely/Episerver, run through IIS on my local machine. I like to publish out sites so I have a more accurate idea of what is published when we deploy client sites out to their DXP instance. Sometimes,...

  • Syndicated blog - Posted on: Sep 16, 2021

    In this final post of the series, we will investigate the result of a real world experiment and discuss what the results of the experiment meant to the roadmap of this project. So far we have talked about working with Optimizely Fullstack from a...

  • Syndicated blog - Posted on: Sep 15, 2021

    How to get started with WEBP format and make the web better, using ImageResizer.

  • Posted on: Sep 12, 2021

    The .Net 5 public review has now been out for 2+ months and if you have missed that you definitely need to read post by Martin Ottosen .Net 5 public preview , read the .Net 5 preview documentation and have a look at the GitHub netcore-preview...

  • Syndicated blog - Posted on: Sep 08, 2021

    A scheduled job is Episerver's/Optimizely's way of running some piece of code at a configurable interval. If there is a chance that code could change in the future, you should add a GUID when you create it!

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