ArchiveMarch 2013

Modifying Alloy Templates to work with EPiServer patches delivered via Nuget.

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Along with their latest CMS release, EPiServer have also changed the model that they use to deliver hot-fixes to partner developers. Previously they were delivered as a singular hot-fix obtained from Developer Support or were rolled into more major service-pack releases. From now on, hot-fixes and maintenance releases will be delivered directly from the EPiServer Nuget feed. This is a seriously...

Serving EPiServer CMS 6 and Composer over SSL

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It’s often a requirement for enterprise customers to maximise security on their public-facing websites and to request that access to the EPiServer interface is locked down. With the standard EPiServer CMS there are a number of ways to do this, from removing the edit ui bindings from public facing web-servers to serving the edit mode over https. Forcing the edit ui over SSL largely comes...

Using MiniProfiler with EPiServer CMS7

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MiniProfiler is a great tool for allowing in-situ profiling to be performed directly on a production site; by your development team whilst hiding any detailed specific information from a standard end user. It was developed by Sam Saffron who built it (and then open sourced it) to solve real-world profiling issues on StackOverflow. It’s been around for a while and has already been integrated...

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