Blog entries posted during 2008

Module Installation EPiServer CMS 5 R2 - Getting started.

by: Fredrik Tjärnberg

Since the new model for installing EPiServer applications and modules has changed quite a bit since the good old EPiServer Manager days describing module installation in just a blog post will not be sufficient so my goal with this posting is getti... [ Read full article ]

02 December 2008  4 Comments

The threat of public humiliation improves software quality.

by: Fredrik Tjärnberg

It took three days to get all our builds working after Per installed screens for presenting the current build status. If you use Team Build you can use the same build status utility that we use.   For the curious, the screen displays the following... [ Read full article ]

28 November 2008  3 Comments

What's in the EPiServer PowerShell Snapin?

by: Fredrik Tjärnberg

The "R2" installation story relies heavily on PowerShell and a PowerShell extension ("Snapin") for EPiServer that we use for manipulating just about anything related to the configuration of an EPiServer site. So, what if you want to craft your own... [ Read full article ]

01 October 2008  1 Comments

Issues with .NET 3.5 SP1 and EPiServer CMS 5.1 on IIS7 and how to get around them.

by: Fredrik Tjärnberg

The recent release of .NET 3.5 SP1 has caused some issues for the ones that are running EPiServer CMS on IIS7 (including me and my colleagues on the EPiServer CMS development team). If you run in integrated mode, any static file handled by the... [ Read full article ]

15 August 2008  2 Comments

The Visual Studio tools for EPiServer on Visual Studio 2008

by: Fredrik Tjärnberg

We have a product backlog item about making our Visual Studio tools for EPiServer CMS 5 support VS 2008. The goal is to provide the same functionality for developing EPiServer projects in VS 2008 as we support in VS 2005. In the mean time, what ca... [ Read full article ]

27 February 2008  13 Comments

EPiServer and the Visual Web Developer 2008.

by: Fredrik Tjärnberg

I've heard the question "Can we use the Web Site model of Visual Studio to build our EPiServer solution" a couple of times and up until now the answer to this question have been "No!". The reason for this is that there is no way to exclude files a... [ Read full article ]

24 January 2008  4 Comments

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