Nobody wants to appear dumb when talking to technical people, so here are some answers to questions that you might have been wary about asking.
Diagram's Brad McDavid the history behind why he developed DotNetStarter and how to use it.
One of the standard features a content management system has is the ability to preview a page before publishing. Today we're going to look at the Episerver Page Preview Package that allows editors the ability to preview the unpublished changes for a page without the authoring tools being shown.
When reading blog posts often times you will see suggestions for other blogs that are available to read after the article. Thanks to HubSpot we now have a tag called related_blog_posts that allows us to create this type of section without having to worry about writing conditionals.
Learn how Diagram's John McKillip exported product data as a CSV from Episerver Commerce.
Learn how the ideas of the philosopher Immanuel Kant inform the ethical standards that developers should follow when creating websites.
Learn how utilizing Vulcan for the article listing page allowed us to quickly build a simple, flexible way to return sets of paginated Episerver content.
Content managers have a great deal of power over a website. We share some tips for how to format content to provide the best experience for every user.
Our teams have to use a lot of tools to do the work that they do every day to build, repair, strategize, and analyze. Some of those tools are highly technical.
Episerver has a great developer community with excellent, helpful folks. Many of these wonderful people also author community NuGet packages for Episerver which provide multiple functionalities. In this post, we're going to discuss some components of how to make a NuGet package.