EPiServer 7 Preview – container support

If you’ve read my blog during the years you’ll know that I’ve blogged at time or two about dependency injection and Ioc-containers. The biggest problem with this that always saddened me a bit was that I could almost never spend any time talking about why I liked it and how much easier they made my …

EPiServer 7 Preview – migration

I’ve previously written about the migration support in PTB 2 migrations. In Falcon EPiServer have added their own migration support. Let’s start with a simple page type And then we’ll give it a value Changing the property name If we were to change the property name EPiServer have no real way of knowing what the …

Reviewing pages in EPiServer – how to comment?

(If this post seems out of context, return to introduction post and hopefully it will make more sense) How do users comment? So, from the last post we currently know that some sort of user wants to comment upon an article. Since the previous commenting system was disconnected to what the editors say when working …

Reviewing pages in EPiServer – background

In this series of post I’m going to discuss how me and my fellow team mates (Karl Ahlin, Anna Lantz, Jonathan Larsson, Oskar Bejbom, Mathias Kunto and Joachim Widén) handled a requirement to review text found in EPiServer pages. There won’t be too much concrete code but rather a disussion on a higher level of …

My takeaways from spec by example with Gojko Adzic

Last Thursday Valtech invited Gojko Adzic for a one day workshop called “Winning big with specifications by example”. First of all I thourally enjoyed the workshop. I already knew from previous encounters with Gojko at NDC2011 that he was a very engaging speaking and he delivered this time as well. During the 9 months since …