Posts Tagged ‘CMS’

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Perficient Achieves Premier Platinum Partner Status with Optimizely

One thing is clear after the last year and a half – the overnight shift from in-person experiences to digital-first (or digital only) has prompted companies to double down on providing superb digital experiences. At the same time, they have to make sure that “every user interaction builds and delivers on business outcomes.” Planning, building, […]

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Interoperability with the MuleSoft Accelerator for Healthcare

This is the second post in our blog series about Healthcare Interoperability with MuleSoft. Click here to read the first installment.  As we’ve introduced in the previous blog, interoperability in healthcare plays a critical role in exchanging health information seamlessly and securely. With regulations like the CMS Final Rule, data such as the below can be made available and shareable:  Patient Record API  Provider Directory API  Payor to […]

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Understanding Interoperability Final Rules for Patients, Hospitals, and Clinicians

The patient is at the center of the 21st Century Cures Act. The interoperability provisions grant patients more power over their care and access to key information. Interoperability, a popular term in the healthcare industry, is the ability to exchange electronic health information seamlessly and securely without significant effort from the user. It allows for […]

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Docker Bootcamp – Linking Multiple Containers

Welcome back to Docker Bootcamp.  In this post, we’ll set up multiple containers and link them, so they function together.  For example, you could have one container for a database server and another for a web server hosting a content management system.  Remember, containers are specialized and can only run one piece of software.  Linking […]

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Implementing Workflow in Sitecore: A Mini-Series Table of Contents

Welcome to my Mini-Series! In my Mini-Series, I take you from beginning to end in creating a simple workflow from scratch. Use this Mini-Series to help empower your business with workflow! Implementing Workflow in Sitecore: A Mini-Series Part 1 – Overview Implementing Workflow in Sitecore: A Mini-Series Part 2 – Workflow States Implementing Workflow in […]

Implementing Workflow in Sitecore: A Mini-Series Part 7 – Speeding Up The Process

The benefits of implementing workflow in Sitecore does not come without its cons. As with any business process, the more stop gates you add to getting your content live makes the work more cumbersome. In our Simple Workflow, you have to lock and edit to create a “Draft” item. After saving your changes, you then […]

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Implementing Workflow in Sitecore: A Mini-Series Part 6 – Archiving Old Versions

To prevent performance issues for content authors in the Content Editor, Sitecore recommends keeping no more than 10 versions of items. In this blog post of my mini-series, I will go over how to perform an automated cleanup of old, outdated item versions while retaining them in the Archive for historical record. Old versions found […]

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Implementing Workflow in Sitecore: A Mini-Series Part 5 – Versioning

A great benefit of implementing workflow in Sitecore is the ability to have multiple versions of your content automatically. Content authors will not have to manually configure new versions on their own. Workflow will do this for us behind the scenes. With versioning enabled, we will be able to… Revert a page and its content […]

Implementing Workflow in Sitecore: A Mini-Series Part 4 – User Permissions

So far in this mini-series, we have covered how to set up the Simple Workflow and how to automatically place newly created items into it. We now need to create a way to limit which Simple Workflow commands are available to users. In this blog post, we will go over the permissions that need to […]

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How to enable Webpack on your Episerver Project

If you’re building modern web applications, you need to carefully consider the front-end technology stack you use. Webpack, a static module bundler, combined with NPM for package management, is a great starting point. Here’s how you can incorporate these technologies into your Asp.net MVC application built upon Episerver. Alongside Node.js, we need to have node-sass […]

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Page Restrictions in an Initialization Module

Managing your AllowedTypes (insert options) in Episerver can become overwhelming, depending on the strategy you take. You can read about different options here: https://world.episerver.com/blogs/Henrik-Fransas/Dates/2015/10/the-known-and-unknown-of-include-includeon-exclude-and-excludeon/ https://world.episerver.com/documentation/Items/Developers-Guide/Episerver-CMS/75/Content/Attributes/ but there is a strategy you can take for a very developer-friendly approach. As highlighted on Epi World forum thread (Dylan McCurry and I worked together on the project where […]

Implementing Workflow in Sitecore: A Mini-Series Part 3 – Applying Workflow

In my previous post in this mini-series, I went over the creation of the Simple Workflow and its states. In this post, we will go over how to automatically place Sitecore items into the Draft state upon creation. We will cover two approaches to implementing this: setting the Draft state in the Standard Values of […]

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