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  • Posted on: Aug 20, 2021

    This series of articles sets out to simplify what are typically seen as complex applications; an Occam’s Razor approach, if you like. The objective is to leave the reader with enough information to understand the value of the subject matter/tool...

  • Syndicated blog - Posted on: Aug 18, 2021

    I was wondering what new assemblies and public APIs are coming in new version of Content Management System from Optimizely (ex. EPiServer).

  • Posted on: Aug 18, 2021

    Maybe you noticed we announced the public preview for CMS 12 a few months ago? CMS 12 natively supports .Net 5 and with it a more portable CMS which no longer requires Windows or IIS. If you like Node.js this is good news, since you can more easil...

  • Posted on: Aug 18, 2021

    In Optimizely CMS 11, developers could extend functionality with the Admin mode of the CMS by decorating standard MVC Controllers with the GuiPlugIn attribute.  The pages would then be rended within an iFrame to preserve the admin menus.  With the...

  • Posted on: Aug 16, 2021

    '' URL wasn't working for me, rather showing some confusing message about SAP Litmos... don't wait that site will come back sooner. Just readjust bookmarks, as '' is the URL to use onwards. Same credentia...

  • Syndicated blog - Posted on: Aug 13, 2021

    On recent occasions I needed to create some content below the "For this page" or "For this block" folder in Optimizely Content Cloud. I couldn't Google the answer straight away so this post is a note to self on how to get the "For this page" or "F...

  • Syndicated blog - Posted on: Aug 13, 2021

    This blog post is about speeding up your site by caching your Episerver Optimizely CMS pages in a CDN. This solution gives you granular control on how long a specific page should be cached. It works for any CDN, but here I’m focusing on getting it...

  • Syndicated blog - Posted on: Aug 12, 2021
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