ElasticSearch is a highly scalable open source search engine with a REST API that is hard not to love. In this tutorial we'll look at some of the key concepts when getting started with ElasticSearch.
Two real-world examples of how to customize the routing for EPiServer pages to take control of the site's URLs and links.
How to render content areas without using the built in functionality in EPiServer. And how to maintain some sort of on-page-editing functionality.
ElasticSearch is a great and powerful open source search engine that can be used to solve a great range of problems. Here we'll take a look at how we can use ElasticSearch in an ASP.NET MVC application.
The time has come to extend the search page created in the previous article with stemming and highlighting.
This is the first in a series of posts about building search functionality for EPiServer CMS based sites using Truffler. While Truffler can be used for many things such as querying for data and finding related content we’ll here focus on the traditional search page.
For several years I’ve had a little “utility” function that I’ve used in several projects that I use to convert property names into strings. The method uses "static reflection" to figure out the name of a property that the lambda expression returns the value of.
Want to learn how to develop websites using EPiServer CMS? Here is my guide to becoming a solid EPiServer developer including a wealth of links to tutorials and recommended reading.
Properties are at the core of EPiServer CMS. Hence, understanding EPiServer's properties is essential for any EPiServer developer with ambitions for building great things.