Get your Optimizely Content Cloud developer certification for free!

by Tomas Hensrud Gulla

The Optimizely Content Cloud (previously Episerver CMS) developer certification is only valid for two years, and the renewal costs €260 (2780 NOK). Peanuts, maybe - but you could get it for free! Currently Optimizely certifiedIf you are currently certified, you could apply for the Optimizely Subject Matter Expert (SME) program,…

Format fields with more columns in Sanity with fieldsets

by Magnus Sigvartsen

When creating new fields in Sanity, they take up the full width of the editor interface. But if we have a lot of fields that require a short length, we get a lot of unused space. It can also get a bit annoying for an editor to have to scroll…

Optimizely Content Delivery API - getting started smoothly!

by Tomas Hensrud Gulla

The Optimizely Content Delivery API adds headless capabilities to your traditional Optimizely Content Cloud CMS, making it a hybrid CMS. The best of both worlds, you might say. The documentation is quite good, so I just want to mention the problems I had installing the Content Delivery API for the…

VUE UI - A graphical interface to control your Frontend application.

by Torger Angeltveit

Vue UI makes it effortless to set up a Vue frontend project with webpack. It should take no longer than 5 minutes to set up a frontend build system with your preferred settings. Let's go through the necessary steps in order to set up a new Vue project with Vue…

Slik melder du inn en sak på en effektiv måte

by Thomas Vaags

For deg som er kunde av oss i Novacare, vil det fra tid til annen være behov for å fortelle oss om noe du ønsker å få gjort. Kanskje vil du ha en søkefunksjon til nettstedet ditt? Muligens trenger du en integrasjon til det nyanskaffede CRM-systemet? Uansett hva behovet er,…

Watering herbs with Raspberry Pi - Smart irrigation system made with sensors and Azure IoT Central

by Karl Solgård

I saw an ad for self-watering plant pots a while ago - and I thought it looked pretty neat. As I looked at the hefty price of 4.000 NOK for the system, I thought to myself that it would be cheaper and more fun to make my own with…

How to work with lists in .NET dependency injection

by Karl Solgård

After posting a tweet about passing multiple interfaces into the .NET service container and resolving the services as an IEnumerable in the constructor, I thought it would be a good idea to write more about it in detail.…

Optimizely can now generate certificates for root domains in DXP

by Bjarte Aune Olsen

In Optimizely's cloud hosting service DXP, Optimizely has for a long time offered to generate certificates for the sites it hosts, giving us the secure https URLs with a reassuring padlock next to it. Until today that service has come with the limitation that they could not generate certificates for…

How to save and deploy Azure alerts as code in Bicep

by Karl Solgård

Bicep is the new kid on the block when it comes to IaC (Infrastructure as Code). It ties closely with ARM-templates. It's flexible and easier to use and read than ARM. Alerts can be hard to keep track of in a IaC setup. Let's try to create and deploy alerts…

Optimizely Content Manager – still not production-ready

by Tomas Hensrud Gulla

Content Manager is a lightweight editing UI for Optimizely Content Cloud (formerly known as Episerver CMS), that provides an easy interface for working with structureless content. The initial version was released in April 2020, almost two years ago. I really like the idea, and installed Content Manager on my personal…