Blog entries tagged with .NET Framework 3.5

Using OpenID With EPiServer CMS

by: Allan Thræn

OpenID is an awesome idea. Imagine, having a single sign-on from whatever provider you choose, and using that to log in to all your favorite websites. Many sites already allows you to use them as OpenID providers and many more will support /consum... [ Read full article ]

03 September 2009  5 Comments


HTTP Error 500.19 - Internal Server Error

by: Allan Thræn

A couple of times I have now run into this wonderful error after setting up a new EPiServer CMS site on a newly installed machine. However, I don’t think it’s specific to EPiServer CMS – but can occur in any asp.net application. The error message... [ Read full article ]

03 September 2009  20 Comments


A stab at the GoogleAnalytics API

by: Johan Olofsson

This is a first shot at creating a EPiServer CMS module that integrates Google Analytics statistical data using their (Google's) recently published API . The module is released under open source up at Code Resort, https://www.coderesort.com/p/epic... [ Read full article ]

17 June 2009  6 Comments


Aggregating Feeds

by: Mats Hellström

I played around with the SyndicationFeed the other day and found that it was really useful in combination with the link collection property in EPiServer CMS. By using the trusty old friend LINQ you can aggregate the feeds, sort them and databind t... [ Read full article ]

12 June 2009  0 Comments


Application is busy under initialization phase

by: Allan Thræn

A feature was introduced with SP1 to EPiServer CMS 5 R2, that I (and the product team) have gotten some mixed feedback on. The feature involves the text “Application is busy under initialization phase” to be displayed when EPiServer CMS is startin... [ Read full article ]

27 April 2009  1 Comments


Revisited: Northwind Page Provider

by: Allan Thræn

Back in august of last year I published a post with a small coding example on how to make a Page Provider for the classic Northwind Database. Since it has turned out to be quite popular as a demo for Page Providers (I guess geeks get nostalgic ove... [ Read full article ]

27 April 2009  43 Comments


Google Static Map As Dynamic Content

by: Mari Jørgensen

  A new module for creating Google maps using dynamic content is now available on the EPiCode project.  The module enables you to insert static Google maps by specifying an address. The Google Static Maps API lets you embed a Google Maps image on... [ Read full article ]

05 March 2009  8 Comments


Check if a dynamic property has been specified on the current page

by: Ted Nyberg (Ted & Gustaf)

Dynamic properties versus page properties As you probably know, dynamic properties are like page properties in many ways, except they do not need to be set specifically on a per-page basis. Dynamic property values are inherited in the page tree.... [ Read full article ]

03 February 2009  7 Comments


Automatically Load Property Types as Dynamic Content

by: Allan Thræn

Dynamic Content is cool! Really cool. However, even good things can always get better. Back in october last year I wrote about how to automatically register dynamic content by attaching an attribute (like all other plugins in EPiServer)... [ Read full article ]

26 January 2009  2 Comments


EPiServer and Custom URLS using ASP.NET UrlRouting

by: Allan Thræn

Ever wanted to introduce some special URL handling in your EPiServer web sites, like browsing pages per category by calling mysite.com/Category/[Category To Search for]? Well, rejoyce, cause now it's easier than ever before. Since EPiServer CMS 5 ... [ Read full article ]

19 November 2008  4 Comments


New module on EPiCode - QuickSearchExtender

by: Fredrik Karlsson

I have just added a new module on EPiCode, QuickSearchExtender. It allows you to extend EPiServer's quicksearch in the edit mode so you will get a menu to choose from on all the pages with a pagename that starts with your searchstring.   As you ca... [ Read full article ]

27 September 2008  2 Comments


Hosting non-HTTP based WCF applications in IIS7

by: Paul Smith

I remember a while ago Microsoft promising that IIS7 would solve all of our "I want to use IIS to host my WCF app but I don't want to use HTTP" problems. So today I tried to host our Image Service Application (to be released in EPiServer CMS 5 R2)... [ Read full article ]

15 September 2008  0 Comments


Building your own Page Provider: Northwind

by: Allan Thræn

EPiServer CMS 5 R2 CTP is awesome! I've now finally found a few hours to play around with some of the new cool functionality and I really like what I see. In particular I've grown fond of custom page providers. It's extremely cool to be able to... [ Read full article ]

08 August 2008  6 Comments


Hosting non-HTTP based WCF applications in IIS7

by: Paul Smith

I remember a while ago Microsoft promising that IIS7 would solve all of our "I want to use IIS to host my WCF app but I don't want to use HTTP" problems. So today I tried to host our Image Service Application (to be released in EPiServer CMS 5 R2)... [ Read full article ]

24 June 2008  3 Comments


EPiGoogleSiteMaps

by: Jacob Khan

This is the new and improved EPiGoogleSitemaps for CMS 5. This module makes it easy for search engines to index your site. A sitemap is generated showing what pages the site contains and when they last were changed. EPiGoogleSitemaps lets you... [ Read full article ]

17 June 2008  32 Comments


File upload in XForm

by: Jacob Khan

Hello, My name is Jacob Khan and I am the newly employed rookie researcher at EPiServer. One of my first projects was building a small EPiServer site in order to learn more about the partner experience of EPiServer. One feature of the site was tha... [ Read full article ]

13 June 2008  9 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 Pie with freshly cut MVC

by: Allan Thræn

Or how to integrate ASP.NET MVC into an existing WebForms Web Application Project.   After having studied Scott Guthrie's excellent posts on ASP.NET MVC and attended a pretty good Tech Talk at Microsoft yesterday I decided the time was right to... [ Read full article ]

21 February 2008  8 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


EPiServer Workflows

by: Johan Björnfot

As you perhaps have noticed we introduced a completely new workflow implmentation in EPiServer CMS 5. This implementation is based on Windows WorkflowFoundation (WF) that was shipped with .NET 3.5. A typical scenario where a workflow can be used i... [ Read full article ]

17 December 2007  6 Comments


The new Visual Studio 2008

by: Tiberiu Covaci

I have just created my first Visual Studio 2008 project, and it was a WCF Service Library. Beside the fact that I was able to create the service within 5 minutes, could as well test it without needing to create a console application and instantiat... [ Read full article ]

11 December 2007  0 Comments


Using LINQ to read opml

by: Ruwen Jin

I need read opml and translate it to my objects. Instead of work with Xml Document I use System.Xml.Linq :   using System.Xml; using System.Xml.Linq; ... ...   XmlReader reader = new XmlTextReader(opmlUrl); XElement opml = XElement .Load (reader);... [ Read full article ]

05 December 2007  0 Comments


Service Packs for the .NET Framework 2.0 and 3.0

by: Per Bjurström

Found this on Guy Barrette's Blog , I guess it was obvious that they would release the service packs separately but they haven't been talking about it. I mean, SP1 for .NET Framework 2.0 contains two new web controls so it's little more than just ... [ Read full article ]

26 November 2007  0 Comments


Labs running ASP.NET 3.5

by: Per Bjurström

I installed the .NET Framework 3.5 runtime on the research server today, who better to do some dogfooding than the labs site. I got clearance from Ruwen with the short message "Bara server fungerar efter" (which translates to "As long as the serve... [ Read full article ]

22 November 2007  0 Comments

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