Henrik Fransas
Mar 15, 2018
(2 votes)

Report From Episerver Ascend

For the fourth consecutive year, Episerver is holding its grand annual conference, Ascend in Las Vegas. 

Episerver is growing more and more in the US, especially after their acquisition of Ektron a few years ago. This made this year a record number of visitors who have attended the conference to be inspired and to take advantage of the latest news on the platform. 

If you are curious about the latest news at Episerver front, here's a summary of the conference's highlights for developers and editors.

Read the whole report here:


Mar 15, 2018


Antti Alasvuo
Antti Alasvuo Mar 16, 2018 05:41 AM

Hi Henrik, nice write up even though Google translate fails a bit on the translation ;P

You mention that the UI framework will be replaced, was it mentioned what this new framework will be and the schedule for the change?

Mari Jørgensen
Mari Jørgensen Mar 16, 2018 10:42 AM

@Antti: They haven't decided yet. They still in a proof og concept phase.

Antti Alasvuo
Antti Alasvuo Mar 16, 2018 01:27 PM

@Mari, thanks. So I guess it means the new UI framework will not be swtiched to during 2018 then wink

Henrik Fransas
Henrik Fransas Mar 19, 2018 07:24 AM

Antti, they did not say any dates, but that sounds like a good guess I think.
And yes, google translate has some improvements to do.... ;-)

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