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  • Staying close to your competitors? Make it closer with Sitefinity 4.0 publishing system

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    Monthly email newsletters are a common tool for informing customers about your products and services.  This information includes the latest product updates, new promotions, new tools and upcoming corporate events.  In order to stay informed, many organizations subscribe to competitor’s email newsletters to monitor their announcements and the ...
  • Sitefinity Streaming API: Corner cases

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    This is a part of the blog post series that explain the new streaming API for Sitefinity 3.7 SP3. You can view the TOC in the first blog post. I talked about the API of streaming, explained why it was needed and some of its limitations. Now, I will give ...
  • Sitefinity Streaming API: Changes to Existing API

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    This is a part of the blog post series that explain the new streaming API for Sitefinity 3.7 SP3. You can view the TOC in the first blog post. So far, I've explained the why we needed streaming API and its limitations, and then I covered quickly on ...
  • Sitefinity Streaming API: Common tasks

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    This is a part of the blog post series that explain the new streaming API for Sitefinity 3.7 SP3. You can view the TOC in the first blog post. I described why Streaming API was needed in Sitefinity, and then I covered on the new API and the changes ...
  • Sitefinity Streaming API: Overview

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    This is a part of the blog post series that explain the new streaming API for Sitefinity 3.7 SP3. You can view the TOC in the first blog post. In my previous blog post, I introduced the problem and explained our approach towards fixing it. Now, I am ...
  • Sitefinity Streaming API: Introduction

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    This is a part of the blog post series that explain the new streaming API for Sitefinity 3.7 SP3. You can view the TOC in the first blog post. Until now, Sitefinity had just one type of binary content. It was saved as a byte array, meaning that it ...
  • Handling Large Files in Sitefinity (a.k.a Streaming)

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    It has been some time since my last blog post. And that is due to our incredible efforts on the next version of Sitefinity, 4.0. We didn't forget 3.x, however, and we recently released a service pack for it. The service pack fixes numerous issues thanks to our community - ...
  • Group Operations Come to Generic Content Based Modules

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    Good day to all of you Sitefinity enthusiasts out there. I’m Slavo, a developer on the Sitefinity team and here’s my first post on the Sitefinity blogs. You’ve probably already downloaded and installed the 3.7 release we shipped a while ago (if you haven’t now is a good time). I ...
  • Using "Rad Dock for ASP.NET AJAX" in Sitefinity

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    Here is a very simple way on how to use RadDock control in Sitefinity. You can add  RadDock in a .master page thus gaining the ability to "move around" whole sections of controls freely on the page.   How to: 1. Create a master.page file. 2. Add the RadDock control ...
  • Using Telerik Silverlight controls in Sitefinity

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    Here are few guide lines on how to wrap Telerik's Silverlight controls so they can be used in Sitefinity. In this example I will use the RadCube and the GridView Silverlight controls. How to: 1. Make sure you have installed Telerik's Silverlight controls and Visual Studio Silverlight Tools. 2. Open ...
  • Microsoft Media Player control in Sitefinity

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    Creating a simple wrapper for the Media Player is easy. Such control can be used to play *.wmv files directly from Sitefinity Custom/Video library or from outside source - such as physical file or a video streaming web source. The first case is demonstrated in VideoWrapper.   How to:...
  • Forward Mapping, Open Access and Sitefinity

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    In a future release, Telerik's new OpenAccess ORM, which was recently acquired from Vanatec, will replace Nolics as Sitefinity's official ORM. One of Nolics advantages over many ORMs was forward mapping, which allowed the developer to make database tables from classes. This feature is also supported by OpenAccess and the process involves creating ...