ArchiveMay 2012

Setting up sitewide replacement languages for EPiServer


Fallback languages allow editors to specify inheritance chains for content at the page property level, meaning that if content isn’t available in the user selected language, the fallback language is served. This can be useful when working with a large site that requires a translation effort – meaning that you can translate parts of pages at a time. I recently dealt with a requirement...

Will HTML5 deliver the mobile app-ocalypse?


Despite the continued success of Apples’ App Store and similar online application stores, publishers are beginning to invest and deliver mobile applications using technologies that many believe may signal the demise of the traditional native app. Is it time to take shelter from an impending mobile app-ocalypse? With the current popularity of the App Store (over 25 billion downloads) it...

Mark Everard

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