Blog Posts

  • How to localize content items? - Orchard Nuggets

    3/27/2020 8:01:08 PM

    So you want to create an Orchard Core website that presents its content in multiple languages. There are many parts of this, but what about content items? How do you make them ready for localization?

  • How we are dealing with the coronavirus pandemic

    3/11/2020 9:41:00 PM

    The coronavirus epidemic is quickly becoming a global threat. It's an exceptional time, a situation that most of us have never experienced on this scale. And of course, it affects businesses as well. We wanted to disclose, to all our friends out there, all the partners, customers, and suppliers alike, how we at Lombiq are dealing with the issue, minimizing the risk of any business disruption and any effect on our joint projects.

  • Taxonomy and contained content items routing, new options for TitlePart and AliasPart - This week in Orchard (28/02/2020)

    2/28/2020 11:33:40 PM

    New options for TitlePart and AliasPart, adding CodeMirror support for HtmlBodyPart and HtmlField, the Pager shape and demo about the taxonomy and contained content items routing are waiting for you in our upcoming post with many other cool features! And about the news from the community: there is a new Orchard Core website, news about the upcoming Harvest and welcome a new team member in Lombiq Technologies!

  • Users change email feature, register DisplayDrivers with ContentOptions - This week in Orchard (22/02/2020)

    2/22/2020 8:32:53 AM

    Orchard Core has got very useful and great features again! The blog recipe is extended with predefined search settings and permission with banner images. Now users can change their email address and the documentation of Orchard Core is getting better and better! Then we will see a demo about how to use Orchard Core as a Headless CMS with an Angular 9 client app using GraphQL!

  • Why I dislike tuple return types

    2/16/2020 11:53:33 PM

    Tuples are great additions to C#. They're simple immutable structures made of a small number of members organized in a specific order. For example, a point on a plane could be represented as a pair of X and Y coordinates, or a person's name could be represented as a title, first, middle and last names. If the types are that simple, and have no custom logic associated with them, using a tuple looks like a lightweight and simple implementation that requires a lot less effort than a simple class or struct. Dynamic and functional languages have long enjoyed tuples, of course, but I like how the C# implementation manages to stay true to the core tenets of the language, in particular type safety.

  • Display mode options to Parts, Search views for themes - This week in Orchard (14/02/2020)

    2/14/2020 2:05:33 PM

    Display mode options to Content Parts, adding search views for themes, import recipe from a JSON file and many other changes and new features come in our current post. After we will see a real-world example about how to use Orchard Core in production. Then check a new website built with Orchard Core and finally let's talk about the latest news about the Harvest!

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