Many companies set up their own, internal package feeds these days, in addition to all the public ones out there. To create awesome packages, there are a few things you should keep in mind.
Simple lists of label-value-pairs on information pages often result in cluttered views. Tidy those up drastically with some simple UIHint-magic.
In Episerver CMS Core 9.7, there is a new feature to put Episerver's database in ReadOnly mode. When is this useful, and what parts of a site are affected?
With the new Episerver.Forms, you get the opportunity to create your own form elements, which vastly extends the use case for them.
In the new Episerver.Forms, you can control data sources for selection form elements through code. Here's how.
How to become a better CMS developer by walking a mile in your clients' shoes.
If you're starting a new EPiServer 7 project designed to share credentials with another system, beware that the default algorithm has been changed.
Vi rydder plass på diplomveggen, og bekrefter vår posisjon som EPiServer kompetansemiljø.
The built-in Request Validation feature in .NET 4.0 can help protect your EPiServer sites from Cross Site Scripting (XSS) attacks.
A bug in the Powershell script for EPiServer 6 will make Deployment Center throw an error on Windows 8. Here's a quickfix until an official patch is released.
Here is how you can use Web API in an EPiServer CMS 7 MVC project with dependency injection in the API controllers.
The ServiceLocator is nice and real handy, but wouldn’t it be nice to get dependency injection right there in your controller’s constructor?