Just as the EPiServer CMS assembly version numbers are a bit tough to remember, the corresponding database versions can be a bit tricky. Most often you don’t really need to bother, since this stuff is taken care of by the Deployment Center.
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Do you remember a decade-old site called 4 Guys From Rolla? I used to visit it a lot in the early days of ASP.NET.
The mathematician Benoit Mandelbrot died today of pancreatic cancer at the age of 85, but most people probably don’t have a clue who he was.
The new version of ASP.NET will take care of an old problem, which is the id mangling of server controls. In short, your carefully named id could be rewritten into something like “ctl00_MainContent_” before rendered to the client.
Do you often wake up in the middle of the night, wondering about the assembly version number of a specific EPiServer CMS release? Then this reference list is for you.
Ten years ago it was quite common to see gradients and reflections on the web. This was all pre-made in an image editor or done with CSS-repeating images, but today it’s possible to achieve the same result using CSS3.
Almost a year ago I noticed that two of my favorite coding bloggers, Jeff Atwood and Joel Spolsky, were founding a company together with the amusing name Stack Overflow. Their aim was to create a site with useful information for fellow coders, generated by user content.
One of the new features in EPiServer R2 version is the relocation of system folders. In previous versions they were stored in the same folder as the other site related files, but now they seem to be installed in Program Files by the new Installation Manager.
ASP.NET has been taking a lot of hard words since the beginning. Most of the complaints are well deserved, but there are some ways to make things slightly better.