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Episerver on-page edit with JavaScript frameworks

  • Ted Nyberg
  • 4 July 2017
  • 0

JavaScript frameworks such as Angular, React, and Aurelia, are powerful for creating engaging and interactive websites. However, these frameworks tend to want to own the HTML DOM, which may have an...

Zero Downtime Deployment of Episerver

  • Ted Nyberg
  • 21 February 2017
  • 0

How do we deploy a website continuously, without any anxiety, downtime, or degraded performance? This post outlines the tools and processes we use to accomplish zero downtime deployments of Episerv...

Custom markdown editor for string properties in Episerver

  • Ted Nyberg
  • 16 September 2016
  • 0

Markdown is a light-weight text formatting syntax, suitable for multiple channels and content APIs, not just for web pages. In this post we implement a custom Episerver editor to provide users with...

Icon for property help texts in Episerver

  • Ted Nyberg
  • 1 September 2016
  • 0

Web editors sometimes overlook the fact that properties may have helpful descriptions available by hovering property names in edit mode. This simple example demonstrates how to add an icon in edit...

Denote required properties in Episerver

  • Ted Nyberg
  • 1 September 2016
  • 0

This code snippet shows how to add an asterisk to the property names of all required properties in Episerver.

Force form edit view for content in Episerver

  • Ted Nyberg
  • 31 August 2016
  • 0

This code sample demonstrates how to force form editing for specific content types in Episerver, for scenarios where on-page editing isn't practical.

Thumbnail for image properties in Episerver

  • Ted Nyberg
  • 24 April 2016
  • 0

In this example we replace the default editor for image properties in Episerver to display a thumbnail of the selected image, but a similar approach could be used to replace the editor for any...

EPiServer Google Maps editor on NuGet

  • Ted Nyberg
  • 11 December 2014
  • 0

The Google Maps editor, for editing coordinates in EPiServer, can now easily be added to any EPiServer 7.5 website through EPiServer's NuGet feed.

Fallback property values in EPiServer using attributes

  • Ted Nyberg
  • 12 November 2014
  • 0

Fallback property values in EPiServer is a common, and often repetitive, requirement which can be simplified by decorating content type properties with an attribute to specify fallback behavior.

Google Maps custom editor for EPiServer 7.5

  • Ted Nyberg
  • 20 October 2014
  • 0

EPiServer 7 is built on the Dojo JavaScript framework, allowing us to almost inifinitely extend and customize the EPiServer UI to tailor it to specific web editor needs. This post shows an example...