EPiServer 7 CMS Development

EPiServer 7 CMS Development
EPiServer 7 CMS Development is published by in February 2014. This book has 236 pages in English, ISBN-13 .

“This book is a must-have for all serious EPiServer developers, regardless of their level of experience.”
— Anders G. Nordby, EPiServer Most Valueable Professional

The book aims to provide a structured way for learning, and mastering, EPiServer 7 for developers. It starts with the basics, understanding what EPiServer CMS is and how it’s intended to be used. The book then moves on to the core development concepts in EPiServer such as pages, blocks and renderers. Finally it builds on that foundation when covering advanced development topics such as extensibility and performance. All while mentioning best practices and useful tips from a long career in EPiServer development.

A work in progress

This book is a work in progress and will be continuously published. As a reader you’ll be notified when a new version is out. This way we can hopefully all make sure that this book will be a great introduction to EPiServer development as well as a treasure trove of best practices for experienced and novice EPiServer developers alike.

Topics in the book

  • Installing and using EPiServer CMS
  • Development tools
  • Core development concepts
  • EPiServer site development 101 – creating page types, templates, rendering properties and building navigations
  • Detailed look at settings and validation for content types and properties
  • Performance and scalability (Planned)
  • Extensibility (Planned)

Who this book is for

The book starts with a detailed introduction to EPiServer CMS requiring no prior knowledge and then moves on to development, mixing tutorials with theory, in a fairly slow pace making it suitable for beginners with EPiServer CMS or those new to the current version. In future chapter the book will cover more advanced topics also making it suitable for experienced EPiServer developers. The book assumes basic knowledge of C# of ASP.NET but is written in such a way that it should be possible to follow it for developers without such knowledge. In order to follow the tutorials in the book the reader needs Visual Studio and SQL Server (the free Express editions of both works fine).

The tutorials and examples in the book are written using ASP.NET MVC but how to accomplish the same things in ASP.NET Web Forms will be covered briefly as well.

So, this book will be for everyone interested in EPiServer CMS development, but in its current state it’s probably most valuable to those new to version 7 of EPiServer, or EPiServer development all together.

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