Initial Thoughts on Episerver Delivery Core

casper.rasmussen/ May 15, 2020/ Uncategorized/ 2 comments

As many of you fellow Episerver aficionados out there already know, Episerver will soon go to market with a new and improved approach of enabling content management and content delivery. It is, at this time, referred to as “Delivery Core”, and it fundamentally changes the delivery-approach, compared to what the Episerver stack today relies on. Over the coming months, I

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Introduction to Episerver Delivery Core; What It Is and Isn’t

casper.rasmussen/ April 6, 2020/ Uncategorized/ 0 comments

As many of you fellow Episerver aficionados out there already know, Episerver will soon go to market with a new and improved approach of enabling content management and content delivery. It is, at this time, referred to as “Delivery Core”, and it fundamentally changes the delivery-approach, compared to what the Episerver stack today relies on. While I am sure there

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Your Episerver Vocabulary – New Names, What Happened and What Is It?

casper.rasmussen/ February 25, 2020/ Uncategorized/ 1 comments

I sat down and attempted to gauge the adoption of the new 2020 Episerver product names this morning, and I noticed a continued confusion in how the product offerings were re-positioned this January. Continuing to evangelize the transition helps promote adoption, or at least eliminate confusion on how the old and the new translates. You may think, it has already

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Two Tips to a Successful ‘Direct to Consumer Strategy’ for Manufacturers

casper.rasmussen/ November 2, 2019/ Uncategorized/ 0 comments

These days, the notion of Direct to Consumer is on everyone’s lips. When we’re working within the complex B2B manufacturing space, we frequently see ‘creating a direct to consumer relationship’ being one of the more ambitious goals, being a key driver in the digital transformation our clients embark on. What is Direct to Consumer (D2C) Said simply; Direct to consumer is

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Episerver & the CMS Experts

casper.rasmussen/ September 26, 2019/ Episerver CMS/ 2 comments

It almost sounds like the title of an old fairy tale. It isn’t – this is the real thing. Three times a year, fellow CMS nerds like myself get together to discuss the present and the future of Content Management Systems. Myself being deep in the world of Episerver, this setup is truly a great experience, enabling me to discuss

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Job Notification Add-On Upgraded to Latest

casper.rasmussen/ January 13, 2019/ Add-on/ 0 comments

Keeping up to date with Episerver’s continous release cycles can be challenging, especially when you’re a member of the add-on community. Even though it is my responsibility as the developer of a range of public Episerver add-ons, it often tends to get deprioritized over other professional duties. With that challenge in mind – I am right now slowly working through

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How to Easily Eject and Replace an Episerver Registered Implementation

casper.rasmussen/ January 13, 2019/ Uncategorized/ 0 comments

Even though it may sound like an edge-case for some, it is something you once in a while may be required to do in order to achieve the desired functionality. Dependent on the kind of registration Episerver used to setup their implementation, the approach for you to replace it will be different. StructureMap describes; “Registrations in the Registry DSL can

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Control the Expiration of Your OWIN Issued Tokens

casper.rasmussen/ September 25, 2018/ Uncategorized/ 0 comments

You might think: how hard can it be to modify the expiration time of the token, which OWIN issues to verify e.g. the validity of a reset password e-mail? It sounds very simple, indeed. Even though that’s the case, it is a question I’ve received a few times when being in the context of Episerver. What is this token? Let

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Enrich Your Claims When Customizing ASP.NET Identity User

casper.rasmussen/ September 24, 2018/ Uncategorized/ 0 comments

ASP.NET Identity is a powerful replacement for the older (and weaker) membership system Episerver uses out-of-the-box. One of the largest weaknesses with the old identity management framework, like Membership, was that it was too cumbersome to customize the storage. With the introduction of ASP.NET Identity a few years back, they’ve achieved a clear separation of the storage of the identity information (e.g. username,

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Commercial Episerver Add-Ons are a Thing

casper.rasmussen/ September 13, 2018/ Uncategorized/ 0 comments

Most developers in the Episerver community have over time benefited from one or many of the great commercial add-ons that are out there. When saying commercial add-on, I am not just referring to the kind of add-on you’re using to introduce any functionality – I am referring to the ones that are sold as products, or comes with paid services.

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