Say hello to PictureRenderer.Optimizely! The html helper that makes it super simple to render HTML Picture elements in your Optimizely CMS 12 solution. Images are automatically cropped and resized, and the browser will always select the most optimal image to use.The result is optimized (width, format, and quality), lazy loaded, and responsive images. If you … Continue reading PictureRenderer for Optimizely CMS 12
This blog post is about speeding up your site by caching your Episerver Optimizely CMS pages in a CDN. This solution gives you granular control on how long a specific page should be cached. It works for any CDN, but here I'm focusing on getting it to work with the Cloudflare CDN that is included … Continue reading Serve Optimizely CMS pages directly from a CDN.
This is my experience on how to get started with the preview version of Optimizely CMS. Expect this blog post to be outdated fairly soon... Finally I took the time to take a look at the brand new Optimizely CMS, the .Net 5 version of former Episerver CMS. It seems to be pretty easy to … Continue reading Getting started with Optimizely CMS preview
...and just call it a CMS? Sorry for this grumpy-old-man-rant, but isn’t it time to retire the term “headless” when we are talking about CMSs? It’s not needed, and it doesn’t really mean anything. If you search for a definition of the term “headless CMS” you might find something like: a CMS where the content … Continue reading When do we stop using the term “headless” for a CMS?
Web test automation is a large knowledge area, and I would not call myself an expert. But I recently spent some time investigating options for automated UI testing (it was a couple of years since last time), and I thought I’d share my thoughts. I did this investigation because in our current test setup I … Continue reading Options for automated web UI testing