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Double Language Fallback Behavior in Episerver

And here we are again to talk a little bit about localization stuff. Most probably you know already there are pretty neat settings when it comes to localization of the Episerver and how one should behave when resource translation is missing for requested language (or culture to be precise). You can define fallback behavior, fallback culture and maybe in the future even something else. ... <localization fallbackBehavior="FallbackCulture"> <providers> <add name="db" type="DbLocalizationProvider.EPiServer.DatabaseLocaliza <add name="languageFiles&…

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Localizing your React Components with DbLocalizationProvider

Background With latest hype around Episerver with no head (aka headless) - it's becoming more interesting to escape casual back-end stack and see what's happening in other fronts. And it's not surprise that Episerver content could be consumed in other client-side platforms. So this time decided to explore a bit more my colleagues work and look how React is doing nowadays. Anyway at some point React component will come to conclusion that there is a need for getting some translations from the server to render localized components. And this just…

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Module Dependencies in EPiServer DeveloperTools

After gratefully accepted invitation to contribute to the Episerver Developer Tools package, I can safely do this: All credits to the amazing Episerver team, I'm just contributing here :) So that's why happy to share some of the updates in latest version. While reviewing performance for startup modules (either configurable or initializable ones) to find out some bottlenecks on the site.. I had hard time to find the answer on question - what is the order/dependencies of modules in this list and how they are interconnected? As I do like…

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Some smaller updates for DbLocalizationProvider

Localization provider is well and alive. Lately I've been heads down busy with porting some of the parts over to .Net Core targeting .Net Standard version 2.0. Anyway just wanted to let you know some of the smaller updates and fixes for the latest version of the provider packages. Multi-Target -> NetFx and Core Now there are specific multi targets for .Net Framework and .Net Core for and packages. This was required due to reported issues when package was used context together with WebApi (to be more specific…

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Year in Review

This is yet another period of the year when you pause a bit and look back. I've been taught to be in the present moment and not to look in the past or try to predict the future, but nonetheless it's a way to thank you all great people around me. Episerver has a great ecosystem and great community, I am very thankful to both. Spare time projects is great way to achieve something, to help other fellows and sharpen a bit your own technical and soft skills. This was…

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