Blog entries tagged with Open Source

Easy Enum property for EPiServer

by: Adam Najmanowicz (Cognifide)

One of the most frequently and eagerly used programming constructs of the Microsoft.Net Framework is Enum. There are several interesting features that make it very compelling to use to for all kinds of dropdowns and checklists: The bounds factor –... [ Read full article ]

26 December 2009  0 Comments

Itera.Media a easy solution for media files

by: Anders Hattestad

How many times have you made a property called IntroImage and used that to display an intro image on a page? Then how often have you gotten a question about how do we add a flash, or can we have this image a bit smaller/larger on a particular page... [ Read full article ]

30 October 2009  6 Comments

Jumping on the page type bandwagon

by: Cristian Libardo

With the sun shining and the thermometer approaching body temperature I thought it was god time to have some fun. Quick from thought to action I fired up my trusty black warrior to explore another white spot on the map. My objective for the day wa... [ Read full article ]

17 July 2009  4 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, [ Read full article ]

17 June 2009  6 Comments

Advanced Language Manipulation Tool for EPiServer

by: Adam Najmanowicz (Cognifide)

Have you ever (or have your customers) created and edited a page in one language only to realize that their selected locale was wrong? Have you ever wished you could delete a master language branch of a page  after creating its localized counterpa... [ Read full article ]

06 April 2009  0 Comments

Simple registration for files served by EPiServer

by: Adam Najmanowicz (Cognifide)

With the culture of knowledge sharing and open source spreading, everyone races to show they have something valuable that you may want. And while you may not ask for money for your content you may still want to get something in return, say a... [ Read full article ]

15 March 2009  0 Comments

New open-source module: Remote Page Provider

by: Per Bjurström

Remote Page Provider can be used to integrate content (pages and files) between two or more installations of EPiServer CMS. Pages appear as a local page even when they are residing on a separate installation. The Remote Page Provider contains,... [ Read full article ]

18 February 2009  0 Comments

Search Engine Sitemaps

by: Jacob Khan

Another module has been added to our Open Source initiative. Search Engine Sitemaps is the old EPiGoogleSitemaps but now you can make your own changes that fits your needs. The project can be found on epicode . This module makes it easy for search... [ Read full article ]

30 January 2009  25 Comments

WebParts based Sidebar for EPiServer – how to use it?

by: Adam Najmanowicz (Cognifide)

Once you’ll update the framework to the extended one, you will immediately notice that… nothing has changed. Hmm… did something go wrong? Well, not really. By default the framework will be run in the “legacy mode”. Thanks to an old article by our... [ Read full article ]

08 January 2009  0 Comments

WebParts based Sidebar for EPiServer – the motivation and specification

by: Adam Najmanowicz (Cognifide)

Back in the day when we started designing our last project we’ve been presented with a following problem – a big number of templates with slightly different sidebars. Hmm… Is sidebar a part of content? No, rather not. We don’t want the editors to... [ Read full article ]

08 January 2009  0 Comments

Content Generator on EPiCode

by: Per Bjurström

Just as I promised “sometimes after the summer vacation” here is the Content Generator available with source code on EPiCode ;-) Content Generator is used for generating dummy data in EPiServer CMS 5 for testing purposes, for example large... [ Read full article ]

08 January 2009  0 Comments


by: Ruwen Jin

    TranslateX is a new module for EPiServer. What does TranslateX do? No TranslateX is not a module that translate your pages automatically with Google Translate. TranslateX is a module that help editor to create translation tasks and transfer th... [ Read full article ]

19 December 2008  38 Comments

Announcement: WikiX is here!

by: Allan Thræn

We've just released a beta version of the new Wiki for EPiServer CMS, called WikiX. It started off as an EPiServer Research project a long time ago - and the first and most difficult task was actually to establish what a wiki really is - and more... [ Read full article ]

19 December 2008  4 Comments

Scrum Dashboard v2.3

by: Per Bjurström

This is mainly a service release, I planned to get some more high-ranked features into this version but I have been busy with releases of our commercial software. New requirements: Microsoft .Net Framework 3.5 SP1 (included in Team Foundation... [ Read full article ]

11 November 2008  7 Comments

Content Generator Preview

by: Per Bjurström

Marek Blotny wrote a post some months ago about his Dummy Content Generator which was a great initiative. At the same time I was writing a tool called Content Generator that we are using for our internal testing which did something similar but... [ Read full article ]

25 June 2008  0 Comments

Text-Image generation - VirtualPathProvider for EPiServer (and ASP.NET in general) – Part 1

by: Adam Najmanowicz (Cognifide)

The module code is already available on Epicode SVN, the relevant wiki pages will be following as soon as documentation is complete. The use case is as follows: The client wants the site to look exactly as in a template provided as a image, the te... [ Read full article ]

23 June 2008  0 Comments

Manage your Newsletters in EPiServer

by: RockViggo

The Newsletter module lets you create pages in EPiServer and send pages as emails to many recipients. In contrast to the built-in subscription feature this module is push based, as you define the content, and control the sending. The feature list... [ Read full article ]

10 April 2008  3 Comments

Episerver’s brand new blogger

by: Adam Najmanowicz (Cognifide)

I’m really glad to notice that Marek is getting into blogging about EPiServer. Marek is a really bright developer and a colleague at Cognifide with a number of successful EPiServer projects in his portfolio, we’ve worked together on Faceted... [ Read full article ]

04 March 2008  0 Comments

Faceted Service Structure

by: Adam Najmanowicz (Cognifide)

This article is a part of the series describing the faceted navigation system for EPiServer that we have developed in Cognifide and that’s already proven to be a robust solution for delivering tagged content a heavy traffic site. The engine will b... [ Read full article ]

24 January 2008  0 Comments

Faceted Navigation Engine Nomenclature

by: Adam Najmanowicz (Cognifide)

This article is the second of a series describing the faceted navigation system for EPiServer that we have internally developed in Cognifide, that’s already proven to be a robust solution for delivering tagged content a heavy traffic site, which... [ Read full article ]

24 January 2008  0 Comments



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