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Henrik Fransas
Apr 30, 2015
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Useful links when developing EPiServer sites

When starting to develop with EPiServer or when you have done it a very long time you will have a great use with blog posts or articles on the web.

In this blog post I will try to collect a list of useful links and will update it when I find new ones.

Please give feedback if you have a link that you think is great and should be on the list!

Building large scale sites


A great session (In swedish) by Chris Klug on SOLID

More info about SOLID

A great first post by Valdis about how Content Area works under the hood


Custom Criteria for visitor groups
A blog post on how to create your own criteria

Developer guides
These guides are always great to read

EPiServer MeetUp
A community group where we EPiServer developers meets and learn from each other

Deploy to Azure
One article and one blogpost that helps a lot when you want to deploy to Azure

David has created a great blog post with a lot of usefull links about Dojo

Validation Attributes
What many might not know is that it is simple to for example add a limit on a int property. David has written a great post on how to do it

Apr 30, 2015


Johan Book
Johan Book May 1, 2015 05:32 PM

Funny how a list of links cannot be clickable... :-/

Henrik Fransas
Henrik Fransas May 2, 2015 09:16 AM

Johan. Thanks a lot, I did not test that, they are usually being made into links when pasting in them as a url.

will fix it right away :-)

Henrik Fransas
Henrik Fransas May 2, 2015 09:23 AM

So, now it is fixed :)

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