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  • Last Call: 2017 Sitefinity Website of the Year Awards

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    Each year, we’re happy to celebrate innovation, design and best-in-class website development that leverages Progress Sitefinity. Since 2011, numerous websites have been recognized for taking advantage of the functionality and flexibility of Sitefinity to develop creative, useful and exceptional overall design experiences. Last year, a number of websites, spanning the globe ...
  • Announcing the Top 5 Sitefinity Websites for Q4 2017

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    Progress Sitefinity has been powering outstanding Sitefinity projects since its early versions and we’re happy to share this success with you via the Top 5 Website of the Quarter Awards, ...
  • Empower Users & Employees to Make Content Management Easier

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    When you’re trying to access content and you hit a roadblock, the whole marketing engine grinds to a halt. No matter whether you’re a new visitor on a website, a regular visitor who has to log in and out of portals to see member content, or an employee trying to ...
  • Support for .NET 4.7 Coming to Sitefinity 11

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    Sitefinity 11 brings full support for .NET 4.7.1.
  • Website Development at Progress

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    At Progress, we use Sitefinity CMS for our company websites. As a result, many of the features that have been released as part of Sitefinity during the years were developed in response to the problems we faced when using the product ourselves.
  • Sitefinity Admin UI Reimagined

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    With Sitefinity 10.2 an early preview of the new Sitefinity UI is coming and you can test it for content editing.
  • Sitefinity 10.2 Multi-channel Experience Optimization

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    In today’s business climate, the changing dynamic with customer experience pushes organizations of all sizes to deliver an optimized experience as efficiently and quickly. As I discussed during my recent Personalization 2.0 webinar with Brendan Witcher of Forrester, many organizations don’t have technology that if flexible enough and robust enough ...
  • Hook OWIN middleware into Sitefinity

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    Starting from version 10.2, Sitefinity supports easy OWIN pluggability (yes, this is a real word).
  • [Webinar Recap] Join the Movement: Personalization 2.0

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    Personalization is an important aspect for delivering the customer experience your target audience demands, and it’s only going to get more important as the bar for customer experiences rises every day. As Forrester Research’s Brendan Witcher mentioned at our webinar last week, nearly nine in 10 digital professionals are making ...
  • Personalization 2.0: Welcome to the New Age

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    There is never a dull moment in the world of marketing and technology. Today’s best practice can quickly become outdated as new technologies redefine how customers live their daily lives. It wasn’t long ago that simply having a website was a major win. Now, companies are engaging customers across a multiple ...
  • Omni-channel Personalization for Your Mobile App and WebSite

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    Sitefinity CMS and DEC already help you provide the best customer experience on the web, but customers expect the same in mobile apps. With the diverse portfolio of Progress products, tacking this multi-channel problem is easy. By utilizing NativeScript, Sitefinity developers can both serve existing content in the mobile app and personalize the mobile app experience based on DEC data.
  • Getting Started with Sitefinity - APIs and Providers

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    We will review how to use two different types of coding styles for the business logic on the server –Native and Fluent – and we will also see how to take advantage of the REST API at the client side. Last, we will implement a custom provider and explain why we need that flexibility.
  • Solving Caching Issues in the Sitefinity MVC Navigation Widget

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    When pages get cached all the widgets on them are cached too. The problem here is that this caching can cause user confusion.
  • Every Sitefinity Developer Can Be a Mobile Developer

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    One of the easiest technologies to develop for the web is ASP.NET Web Forms. Building website with Sitefinity Web Forms widgets and pages is even more easier. But today, I want to share something with you that it is not so obvious: all Sitefinity developers are mobile developers as well.
  • Sites with Enterprise Stability and Open Source Flexibility

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    Having a familiarity with the underlying development paradigms of a CMS is one of the key evaluation factors. In this respect, ASP.NET MVC should be on your radar because the framework is established as one of the best and there is a ton of information available about it. Also, using a strongly typed language as C# is easy and fun.
  • How AMP Support in Sitefinity Benefits Marketers

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    With Sitefinity 10.1's support of Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP), every content creator can take advantage of this new Google backed initiative. We have detailed 5 reasons you should start creating AMP pages today.
  • Removing Obscenities from Your Content

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    With Sitefinity 10.1 you have the option to sanitize your content easily and remove any obscene words.
  • Frustrations of a Marketer—Personalization vs. Customization

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    As a marketer, my goal is to always get someone to do the intended action—whether that be downloading a paper, registering for a webinar, attending an event, reading a blog and the list goes on and on. But, that’s only one small piece of the puzzle.   The other piece ...
  • Gartner Names Progress a Challenger in Web Content Management

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    We are proud that Gartner has recognized Progress, and the Sitefinity Web Content Management and Digital Experience Cloud (DEC) products in particular, as a Challenger in their Web Content Management (WCM) Magic Quadrant. Many companies vie for placement on these Magic Quadrants but only a handful are featured, and ...
  • Sitefinity 10.1 Cuts Web Site Startup Time in Half

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    Working with a product for many years there is always something that irritates you at least a little :). We can all agree that this view is quite familiar to all Sitefinity developers and we want to spend less time with it: Sitefinity 10.1 boosts the startup performance phase of ...
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