Ben  McKernan
Nov 29, 2017
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Alloy templates are now available on GitHub

Along with the release of CMS 11 we have also made the Alloy templates available on GitHub. There are separate repositories for Web Forms and MVC, available here:

https://github.com/episerver/alloy-webforms-template

https://github.com/episerver/alloy-mvc-template

These templates are used to generate the sites that are used in Episerver's Visual Studio extension. So any improvements to these sites will eventually end up in the extension. We would really like to have more community input in these templates since you are the ones using them the most. However, with that said, we can not currently accept pull requests to the repositories from non-episerver employees due to legal reasons. But we are currently working on creating a CLA that will allow us to accept contributions. The idea being that contributors will be required to sign the CLA when creating a pull request.

Nov 29, 2017

Comments

Henrik Fransas
Henrik Fransas Nov 29, 2017 03:46 PM

Great!! Thanks Ben!

John-Philip Johansson
John-Philip Johansson Jul 30, 2019 09:41 AM

In case someone stumbles upon this old blog. We now do accept pull requests. There's a CLA bot that should trigger on PR's so go ahead and make some PR's!

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