PeopleDynamicweb has an open, friendly and fast growing community. It's always great to share ideas with other people who uses the system as well as to learn from them. Below you'll find a list of some of the people who has put a huge effort in making Dynamicweb community really special.
Imar Spaanjaars owns De Vier Koeden, is a technical director of Dynamicweb North America and also a Microsoft MVP (since 2008).
With his unique experience in working with (as well as developing for) Dynamicweb & eCommerce he helps people with their day-to-day work with the system. He has tons of useful articles available on his web-page. He is also the main author of the upcoming book about Dynamicweb eCommerce. It's hard to overestimate the value he brings into the community.
This article shows you how to expose Dynamicweb data as JSON or XML so it can be consumed by client side code.
Did you ever wish that that installing Dynamicweb on your development box was easier and quicker? It is now!
Back in 2011, I blogged about Dynamicweb's support for If statements. This is a great feature that makes your templates much easier to write and maintain. However, people still wanted more and asked for support of the @Else tag. I recently discvovered that Dynamicweb 8.2 now supports this. The template engine now also enables you to use && (and)and || (or) in your expressions. These new features have been announced and documented as silently as the initial support for the @If tags, so I decided to write a little blog post to make you aware of these new possibilities and show you they work.
In earlier versions of Dynamicweb you custom modules could benefit from SEO friendly URLs using the "Convert Module URLs" option in the Customized URLs Configuration Panel. While this worked well for quick and dirty scenarios, you had no control over the way the URL was built. In addition, the URL used funky characters such as [ and ] to separate query string values. And finally, the URL still contained the ID and other data your module needed in order to do its work.
With the introduction of the URL Providers, these disadvantages have now all been solved.
Here's a quick code example that shows you how to modify the ID of an order in the database after the order has been completed. This can be useful if you need to modify the ID to include the language for example. Note that this code executed when the order has been marked as complete. If you need to do this earlier, you can also override the method OnBeforeRenderStep5 of your Gateway Provider. For more information, check out this thread on the Engage forum.
Sten is a frontend developer. He has a lot of great Dynamicweb-based solutions behind his shoulders.
It's also quite important that Sten used to work at Dynamicweb Software A/S in the past so he is a person who has an in-depth knowledge about the system. Sten continuously makes his contributions to the community by posting very useful articles on his blog.
Morten is a passionate system developer at Bleau A/S. He is also known as one of the most active contributors on our forum.
His help is greatly appreciated by us whereas his constructive criticism and feedback help us to ensure that we go into the right direction with the development of the system. Morten is also a former employee of Dynamicweb Software so he deserves a status of an expert. He also acts as external reviewer on the upcoming book about Dynamicweb eCommerce.
Kevin is a development lead at Co3 A/S, a web agency that offers a broad range of services - from standard solutions to complex eCommerce portals with integration to various ERP systems.
Kevin's knowledge and feedback is priceless and he doesn't hesitate to share all this with the community (many thanks to him for doing that). Kevin is also a frequent guest on all major events that are organized by Dynamicweb Software.
The main problem in Dynamicweb that this module deal correctly with is when you have a multiple websites in your solution but only one domain name.
Primært så er Dynamicweb 8 dog et motorskifte forstået på den måde, at selve Dynamicweb koden bliver skiftet ud og omstruktureret til fordel for, at komme op på nyere teknologi, så systemet nu skal køre på Microsofts .NET Framework 4.0
Dynamicweb workshoppen kastede en workaround af sig samme dag, og endnu en opdatering i sigte indenfor en uges tid - rigtig godt gået Dynamicweb, tak!
En efterhånden solid web app - skal den gå direkte til Dynamicweb eller ud i Open Source land? Hvad synes du?
Peter used to work at Dynamicweb Software as a director of development. This means he has an answer to almost any question that can arise from the customer regarding Dynamicweb CMS & eCommerce.
Now Peter plays one of the key roles on a way to success of a young Danish consultancy agency - Bleau A/S. Although his schedule is probably very busy he constantly updates his personal blog with articles about interesting and useful stuff in Dynamicweb.
Items in Dynamicweb CMS is a wonderful thing. It allows you to create your own specialized content types and it makes it easy to create custom functionality. Normally, I have been used to creating simple items via the Item Manager in the administration area, and this works perfectly for simple projects where you e.g. need […]
One of the main differences between popular Danish CMS-platforms such as – on the one side – Umbraco and Sitecore, and – on the other – Dynamicweb CMS, is that Umbraco and Sitecore allows you to store content as flexible user-defined items while Dynamicweb is much more locked and closed in that it only allows […]
Følgende XSLT anvendes til translate-funktionalitet i XSLT-templates i Dynamicweb CMS:
Dynamicweb 8 har fået en helt ny login-formular til administrationen. Jeg har begået et lille blogindlæg, som du kan læse her: http://blog.bleau.dk/2011/ny-login-til-dynamicweb-8/
Mikkel is Developer Evangelist at Dynamicweb Software. He has worked with web programming and web technologies ever since taking his first steps onto the internet back in the summer of 1995. Before joining Dynamicweb, Mikkel worked in the publishing industry for many years and he's no stranger to the challenges we're facing with getting good content onto the web.
On his blog, Mikkel writes about Dynamicweb and related technologies and other stuff that he finds interesting. He's not afraid of getting into technical details and discussions with his peers, but he also strives to present technical matters in a way that makes sense to non-technical people.
Planning, designing and implementing websites and ecommerce solutions since 1997, including search engine optimisation (SEO) and online marketing. Part of Dynamicweb Norway for several years and now self employed Dynamicweb consultant.