Lee Crowe
Oct 22, 2012
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ElencySolutions.MultipleProperty v1.6.3 Released

In the previous couple of minor releases I added some functionality to automatically render dynamic content correctly in presentation view, I had several requests from Developers for this ability.

The implementation ended up becoming more complex than it needed to be and there were issues when using this solution with composer.

After a little reflection I decided to rollback this functionality and provide an extension method instead hence the reason for v1.6.3.

 

New Features

A new ToPresentationString() extension method is now available which can be called on strings to render dynamic content correctly.

  1: using ElencySolutions.MultipleProperty.Extensions;
  2: 
  3: string html = entity.XhtmlProperty.ToPresentationString();

 

Installation

The easiest way to install the assembly is by installing it from the EPiServer Nuget Feed (once it has been made available).  But if you are not down with the cool kids you can download it from codeplex.

On the codeplex site you will also find some useful documentation and example code to get you familiar with what the property offers.  The example code is dependant on PageTypeBuilder.

Feedback

As always feedback is greatly appreciated.  If you have any suggestions for new features or changes I am happy to hear them.

Just twitter me @croweman or send me an email.

Oct 22, 2012

Comments

shahin gazi
shahin gazi May 2, 2013 06:09 PM

Any plans on updating MultiProperty to work with EpiServer 7 soon?

EPiServer.Url is now serializable in the latest release.

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