I have previously blogged about Useful EPiServer Dojo links that contains a useful list of Dojo examples in for EPiServer.
Recently I have noticed a lot of new posts talking about Dojo in EPiServer and how it can be used to make modifications to the EPiServer UI or create custom properties. So this is a post to let people know that I updated my original post with many more links to useful posts and examples including a new "Spotted in the forums" section.
EPiServer Projects is one of the key new features in the EPiServer Spring 2015 release. It gives editors the ability to add content items to a project then preview any changes as if they were published. Projects not only allow editors to preview content before its published but can also serve as a useful navigation device to group a set of changes together for editors to work on.
For example editors may need to work on projects such as when a set of articles need to be reviewed or a monthly commerce catalog update. So as developers we may want to programmatically create projects to help editors rather than letting editors manually create them.
This post explores how to use the EPiServer Projects API.