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  • Sitefinity 3.6. backend documentation completed!

    With this post I’d like to inform you that we have finished the documentation for the new backend framework introduced in Sitefinity 3.6. All 60 articles written on this subject will be transferred to the Developer Manual shortly and until then you can use the temporary TOC located here. ...
  • April fools disclaimer

    Just as I have posted the article on Views hierarchy, it appeared to me which date it is today. So, just to be sure - Sitefinity really does support Views hierarchy and you can do all that stuff with it. Seriously.   And, besides, this year it is support’s ...
  • Sitefinity 3.6 hotfix released!

    It is my pleasure to inform you that we have released a hotfix for Sitefinity 3.6. You can find it in your accounts. You can also find the zip file named "External templates" which contains a sample ControlsConfig.xml file with references to all embedded templates, together with the actual ...
  • Sitefinity 3.6 released!

    It is my great pleasure to announce that we have released Sitefinity 3.6 and made it available for the immediate download from your 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

    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

    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 - Mehfuz explains how to store your data on Amazon S3

    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:
  • Sitefinity 3.6 BETA released!

    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: or alternatively just the empty project from here:   We have made the decision to release Sitefinity ...
  • Sitefinity 3.6 beta this week

    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

    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

    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 ...
  • So, how do you feel about .NET 3.5?

    We are working on Sitefinity 4.0 at the moment, but have decided that some of the refactoring we’ve done would be very useful to you, so we will probably release Sitefinity 3.6 with those improvements and not wait all the way to 4.0.  We don’t have exact date yet, but ...
  • Meet the crew next week

    Next week Sitefinity crew will be all over the world (well not really, but sounds very good when I put it that way). One part of the team you’ll be able to meet in Boston at Gilbane, while other part is going to IMS London. Needless to say, ...
  • running on Sitefinity

    It is my great pleasure to announce that is running on Sitefinity starting from today. I hope that you will all enjoy the new website. It was a truly amazing experience to work on a site of such a scale and Sitefinity as a product has become much better ...