Blog entries tagged with Visual Studio 2008

Page Type Tool - Strongly Typed Properties

by: Fredrik Tjärnberg

There has been quite some buzz in the “EPiSphere” around the property framework lately. It turns out that a lot of smart people has spent time on finding the way to strongly typed properties in EPiServer…. and so have I. Back in March I posted the... [ Read full article ]

23 May 2009  12 Comments


PageType Inheritance

by: Fredrik Tjärnberg

I have  been spending some late nights on a tool for providing inheritance like relations between PageTypes. PageType inheritance is one of the most frequent requests from the EPiServer developer community that’s been around… well basically...... [ Read full article ]

10 March 2009  13 Comments


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


Performance lab at EPiServer

by: Per Bjurström

Since I write about performance testing I should give you some idea on how we do performance tests on the dev department. We run all our load testing using Visual Studio Team System 2008 : Visual Studio Team System Load Agent . Applies the load to... [ Read full article ]

11 September 2008  3 Comments


Speed up Visual Studio

by: Steve Celius

Some tips and tricks I've picked up along the road. They might not give you a huge performance improvement, but the golden rule to disable or remove things you do not need, is always for the better. Do your own experiments and see if it helps. The... [ Read full article ]

24 June 2008  12 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


Opening a new EPiServer CMS 5 SP1 project in VS 2008

by: Steve Celius

When you install a new EPiServer CMS 5 project using the EPiServer CMS Manager, the .csproj file shipped is for Visual Studio 2005 SP1. Opening the project in Visual Studio 2008 will start the project upgrade wizard, which will fail if you have... [ Read full article ]

30 January 2008  4 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


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


EPiServer CMS 5 in Visual Studio 2008

by: Per Bjurström

We have been looking at VS2008 Beta 2 for some time now and finally we got the RTM in our hands. So, we have initiated the upgrade of our EPiServer CMS 5 code base to Visual Studio 2008/.NET 3.5 and it is looking very good, everything compiles and... [ Read full article ]

20 November 2007  2 Comments

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