Blog entries posted during December 2009

Part 8: Preparing for launch – Create an EPiServer site from scratch

by: Frederik Vig

This is the last part of Create an EPiServer site from scratch. We’ve come a long way, almost finishing our site! What we have left is doing some testing and deploying it to our production server. Client side performance testing When doing... [ Read full article ]

24 December 2009  0 Comments


Part 7: Creating the Sitemap page – Create an EPiServer site from scratch

by: Frederik Vig

We’re soon ready to launch or site. One thing that is missing is the Sitemap page. This is a page that will help our users find what they’re looking for, and give them a nice overview of the site structure. Create a new page type with these settin... [ Read full article ]

22 December 2009  0 Comments


Part 6: Creating the XForm page – Create an EPiServer site from scratch

by: Frederik Vig

The XForm page will help our editors collect data from their users. Editors can easily customize their forms the way that they want, and decide how to store the data (in a database, by email etc). Lets create a new page type. using EPiServer.Core;... [ Read full article ]

19 December 2009  0 Comments


Part 5: Creating the search page – Create an EPiServer site from scratch

by: Frederik Vig

Today we’re implementing our sites search page. This will be a very standard search page with nothing fancy. Instead I’ve included some links that’ll help you extend this search page even more. Quick search We already have the markup for the quick... [ Read full article ]

16 December 2009  0 Comments


Part 4: Creating the standard page – Create an EPiServer site from scratch

by: Frederik Vig

In this part we’re going to create the standard page. We’ll use this page type for most of our site, from news to other stuff. As always start by taking a look at what you’re about to implement: style.html. It contains all the common scenarios tha... [ Read full article ]

13 December 2009  0 Comments


Part 3: Creating the start page – Create an EPiServer site from scratch

by: Frederik Vig

In this part we’re creating the start page for our site. Lets start by taking a look at the page we’re implementing. We have one featured news story at the top, followed by a list of 4 news stories. Lets start with that. Create the page type, by... [ Read full article ]

10 December 2009  0 Comments


Extending PageData with some cool Html Helpers

by: Frederik Vig

I’ve been reading up on ASP.NET MVC recently. One of the things I love about ASP.NET MVC is the control we as developers have over our markup. ASP.NET MVC doesn’t use server controls, instead it relies heavily on extension methods for generating... [ Read full article ]

07 December 2009  0 Comments


Part 2: Creating a foundation – Create an EPiServer site from scratch

by: Frederik Vig

In this part we’re going to build our sites foundation. The first thing we’re going to do is take a look at the ready made template that we’re tasked with implementing. This is the template that we’re going to implement: Jungleland. Go over and ta... [ Read full article ]

07 December 2009  0 Comments


Part 1: Setting up the development environment – Create an EPiServer site from scratch

by: Frederik Vig

In this first part I’m taking you through setting up everything on a new computer. Most likely you’ll have done some of this before, in that case feel free to skip to the parts that interest you. If all this is new to you, I would install everythi... [ Read full article ]

04 December 2009  0 Comments


Introduction – Create an EPiServer site from scratch

by: Frederik Vig

This is the first post in a special Christmas blog series. The series will consist of 9 posts (including this), showing you how to create an EPiServer site from scratch! I’ll update the code along the way, completing it all with the last post (the... [ Read full article ]

01 December 2009  0 Comments

Frederik Vig

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I currently work as a System Developer for Geta in Oslo, Norway. I mainly write about things I work with, which are – .NET and web technologies.

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