Sense/Net OData tips and tricks

Today I’m here to show you some examples and tricks about using this API to the fullest. [More]

Sense/Net Content Repository now supports OData

Many of our users were asking for a REST API for the Sense/Net Content repository. I have good news: Sense/Net Community 6.2 now has a REST API, based on the OData standard. OData is a data access protocol from Microsoft released under the Microsoft Open Specification Promise, so anyone can use and implement it for any purpose, for free. The protocol was designed to provide standard CRUD access of a data source via a website. OData has been submitted to OASIS. OData follows many of the princip... [More]

Localization: helper tool for converting strings to resources

We recently anounced that finally the whole Sense/Net ECMS is internationalized: all visible texts are easily localizable. All our core content types, portlets and views contain only string resource keys instead of hard-coded English texts. To achieve this, we created a couple of internal helper tools to extract hard-coded strings and replace them with string resource keys. We did not release these tools with the official community release of Sense/Net 6.2. These tools are experimental, but... [More]

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