A new version of MenuPin has been released that supports Episerver Find. It works in the same way as MenuPin for other Episerver modules:
A new version of MenuPin has been released and is available on the Episerver Nuget feed. It contains the following changes:
What's new in v10.0:
- Made package into a stand alone Dojo add-on - see upgrade recommendation below
- Fixes an issue where MenuPin breaks views without the global menu
- Version jump to v10 to keep parity with major Episerver versions
- Minor code refactoring
I recently spent some time with a customer who wanted to use PingFederate Server with Episerver. After some initial Googling I could see PingFederate Server is a single sign on (SSO) server which is part of the Ping Identity suite of products. The image from the Ping Identity site implied Episerver could act as a Web App so it looked promising:
Most importantly for me it I noted it coud configured to support the WS-Federation protocol (WS-FED). This means it should be easy to set an Episerver site using the standard infrastructure we have to set up federated security in Episerver.
So this post is a knowledge share to ensure I have notes in case I need to do this it again in the future.
The current release of Episerver Content Approvals does not yet integrate with the tasks pane in Episerver:
This means it's not currently possible for content approvers to find the content they need to approve. However the task pane is extensible as recently described by Episerver legend Linus Ekström. So using this knowledge and some use of the Content approvals API we can build out some tasks for people who are using content approvals.
I want a task to show content approvers what outstanding content approvals they have. Users should get a list of content items that require their approval making it simple and easy for approvers to find the content that requires their attention:
The latest release of Episerver A/B testing adds the ability to add custom goals for conversion. This post shows how it's possible to create a custom KPI that will trigger a conversion when a user matches a visitor group.
How to implement a custom goal
Its possible to implement a custom goal by implenting the IKpi interface. The code below simply adds a Kpi once a user has matched a visitor group:
This post is a write up about my experiences of building a bot using the Microsoft Bot Framework. This isn't a best practice, it's just practical advice about what I learned on the way and hope it might help others who are looking to learn how to build bots.
The output of this work was presented at Episerver Ascend Europe and was ultimately connected to a running instance of Episerver. At a simple level the architecture looked like this:
A new version of MenuPin is now available. This is is a compatibility release for Episerver 10 upwards. If you have not heard of MenuPin before then it allows users to pin the menu at the top of the Episerver UI (as shown in the image).
What's new in v4.0:
- Compatible with Episerver 10+