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New module from EPiServer AB: Content Generator

Per Bjurström from EPiServer added a new module to EPiCode today, the Content Generator. It allows you to create lots and lots of pages on your site to test performance, structure and layout.

It has a windows client for controlling the job, and allows millions of pages to be created (you never know when you need that).

See these blog posts for more information and screenshots:

Two new modules from EPiServer AB

Ruwen Jin and Johan Olofsson from the EPiServer Research team has added two modules today:

  • TranslateX - a module to help translate EPiServer pages if you work with external translation services, such as LionBridge or Translations.com
  • PageScripts - a powerful module to help you manage client scripts on your site without having to modify any templates. See Johan's blog for more information and screenshots.

The Research team has also been involved in other modules on EPiCode, like the Google Analytics page plugin and the really nice Google Maps integration module.

Thanks for contributing!

Module presentation has changed

Blog posts are normally scribbling about something, but on EPiCode we use it for news announcements as well (if we had a separate news section it would be kind of empty :-D)

We have done some small adjustments to the table showing all the modules, we have actually sorted them alphabetically! (as oppose to last added first).I am not sure this is the best way, but it will stay like that for a while. The concern I got is that since the naming convention for modules is somewhat "non-inventive" and "non-intuitive" I have looked for a way to present them in a mannerly fashion. Maybe there should be a date for when a module was released, updated, changed.. or maybe it should be an icon (perhaps a light bulb) of some sort say I have been created less than 3 weeks ago???

If someone from the EPiCode community have any opinions please use the comment section on this post.

PS. I am currently working on a screencast and blog entry for new free module that will help all of you in the language XML hell of EPiServer CMS.