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  • Sitefinity 3.6 new backend architecture - How to navigate among Views: What are routes?

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    [This post is part of the developer's manual preview published on this blog. You can find temporary TOC here.]   In the articles preceding this one, we have seen that navigation between Views differs depending on whether a View to which we wish to navigate is in the same ...
  • Sitefinity 3.6 new backend architecture - How to navigate among views: What are commands?

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    [This post is part of the developer's manual preview published on this blog. You can find temporary TOC here.]  [This post has been updated after the feedback.]   As we have already mentioned in previous article, one does not use postback to change a view, but rather navigates ...
  • Sitefinity 3.6 new backend architecture - How to navigate between Views: Overview

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    [This post is part of the developer's manual preview published on this blog. You can find temporary TOC here.]     Before we start to explain how to navigate between Views in the new backend architecture introduced in Sitefinity 3.6 we should recall the typical way of performing this ...
  • Sitefinity 3.6 new backend architecture - What are Views?

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    [This post is part of the developer's manual preview published on this blog. You can find temporary TOC here.]   View is a main building unit of the new Sitefinity backend architecture. If you need to refresh your memory you can take a look at Architecture overview article to ...
  • Sitefinity 3.6 new backend architecture - Architectural overview

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    [This post is part of the developer's manual preview published on this blog. You can find temporary TOC here.]    Now, that we have examined the reasons behind the new architecture in Sitefinity 3.6 and that we have determined which parts of backend architecture have changed, we are going ...
  • Sitefinity 3.6 new backend architecture - What has changed, what hasn’t?

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    [This post is part of the developer's manual preview published on this blog. You can find temporary TOC here.]   So far, we were talking a lot about the new backend architecture introduced in Sitefinity 3.6, so one may easily come to the conclusion that we have changed absolutely ...
  • Sitefinity 3.6 new backend architecture - The motivation behind the new architecture - what’s in it for you?

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    [This post is part of the developer's manual preview published on this blog. You can find temporary TOC here.]   The very first question we should answer when talking about the new Sitefinity backend architecture is: why? The second one is what do you get if you embrace it. ...
  • Sitefinity 3.6 new backend architecture - Introduction

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    [This post is part of the developer's manual preview published on this blog. You can find temporary TOC here.] Almost two years ago, when Sitefinity 3.0 was officially released, the modules that came with Sitefinity were rather simple in their nature. Lead by that thought, it has been decided ...
  • Sitefinity 3.6 new backend architecture - documentation outline

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    I have promised to keep delivering the documentation as it is ready here on the blog, so the most obvious way to start is with an outline. The new topic in our developer manual will cover following subjects. If you think we are lacking something, don't hesitate to leave a ...
  • Answers to the Sitefinity 3.6 questions

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    There have been quite a few questions in the comments to my last post announcing Sitefinity 3.6 and as one of the visitors noticed, no one did answer the questions. This post will make much more sense, if you take a minute and go back through the comments on that ...
  • Sitefinity 3.6 released!

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    It is my great pleasure to announce that we have released Sitefinity 3.6 and made it available for the immediate download from your Client.net accounts. Actually, the "immediate" part may not be correct, because due to the hosting procedures it may take an hour or so for the files to ...
  • Unexpected issues with upgrades – Sitefinity 3.6 official release postponed several days

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    I am very sorry to inform you that during the testing this week we have ran into some unexpected complications when it comes to upgrading older versions of Sitefinity to the new Sitefinity 3.6. While we have been determined to release the official version this week and everything was running ...
  • Sitefinity 3.6 to be released in the first week of February

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    As we have released the Sitefinity 3.6 beta on Friday, there have been many questions about the date of the official release.   The official release will happen in the first week of February, or to put it plainly, next week.   The progress on making a stable, backward compatible, ...
  • Sitefinity 3.6 beta - sample bare bones module on the new backend architecture

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    Since we have not released the official version, I did not have time to prepare a full blown example of the module prepared on the new backend architecture; however I’ve prepared a brief sample that demonstrates how to work with the new architecture. This sample demonstrates a pluggable module with ...
  • Sitefinity 3.6 beta - Mehfuz explains how to store your data on Amazon S3

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    Sitefinity 3.6 comes with built-in support for Amazon S3. Mehfuz wrote a great step-by-step article on how to take advantage of this new feature:   http://weblogs.asp.net/mehfuzh/archive/2009/01/23/amazon-s3-support-in-sitefinity-3-6.aspx
  • Sitefinity 3.6 beta - Mapping views to use external templates

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    Yesterday we have released Sitefinity 3.6 beta and one of the major new improvements are embedded control templates. By embedding templates we were able to drastically reduce the number of files that comes with Sitefinity website, but even more importantly, we have ensured that on upgrades we do not override ...
  • Sitefinity 3.6 BETA released!

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    I am glad to announce that we have managed to ship Sitefinity 3.6 beta today.   You can download the installer file, if you wish to install the application from here: http://www.sitefinity.com/download/sitefinity-3-6-beta/Sitefinity_3_6_1836_standard.exe or alternatively just the empty project from here: http://www.sitefinity.com/download/sitefinity-3-6-beta/Sitefinity_3_6_1836_standard_BlankProject.zip   We have made the decision to release Sitefinity ...
  • Sitefinity 3.6 beta this week

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    So, I am writing a blog post triumphantly announcing Sitefinity 3.6 beta this week, as if we have not promised to release the official release tomorrow. Yeah, among other things, I am in charge of spin here at Sitefinity team. Play along with me on this and leave few of ...
  • Upgrade in the progress... please bear with us

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    I just wanted to inform everyone that the blog is being upgraded today, so I'd like to apologize if you cannot access the blog at moments or if you hit an error. Also, it seems we have some styling issues. Tomorrow everything should be back to normal - and moreover ...
  • Sitefinity 3.6 - once again we have heard you

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    I would like to thank everyone for giving us extremely helpful feedback on my last post. It was exactly the kind of information we were looking for. It really isn’t that hard to develop a world class software like Sitefinity when we have such a great community to point us ...
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