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James Vidler

Partner and developer advocate. Empowering development teams to build amazing solutions on Agility and Azure through training and support.

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  • James Vidler commented,
    Official comment

    Hi Giovanni, You can use the UGC API with the existing JavaScript SDK. At this time there are no plans to introduce new support for server-to-server calls. API Setup - https://help.agilitycms.com/...

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    Hi Giovanni, The Form Builder only has official support using .NET Framework at this time. If you have UGC enabled, you can continue to submit forms to UGC using the UGC API. There is no future wor...

  • James Vidler created an article,

    Instances and Starter Templates

    An instance represents a dedicated area for your editors to log in, create, manage, and publish content with ease. The way you configure your instance is up to you. An instance can represent a sin...

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  • James Vidler created an article,

    Organizations FAQs

    What is an Organization Admin? An Organization Admin is someone who is designated to administer your Organization. They can create new instances, and manage subscriptions and billing for each insta...

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  • James Vidler created an article,

    Organizations

    Organizations in Agility CMS allow you to manage multiple instances, their plans, and how you pay for them. Create new instances  Upgrade instances Manage your billing information and credit card...

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  • James Vidler created an article,

    Authentication and Profiles

    Agility CMS is constantly evolving to meet or exceed industry best-practices for security. One of the benefits of our platform is that you get these updates automatically so can rest assured you ha...

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  • James Vidler created an article,

    How to Deploy a ASP.NET Core Agility CMS Sync Website to Azure App Service

    This guide will walk you through how to deploy an Agility .NET Core website (using the Agility.AspNetCore package) to an Azure App Service in Azure. Want to learn more about why Azure App Service c...

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  • James Vidler created an article,

    Best Practices for User Permissions

    When you are adding users to your Agility CMS instance it's important to think about what Role that user will have in managing your instance and your content. Choosing the right permissions (roles)...

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  • James Vidler created an article,

    Platform Update - Q4 2020

    Release Date: October 25th, 2020 Agility CMS strives to be the fastest way to launch a fully-featured website using a Headless CMS. Within the last year, we've introduced enhanced JAMstack support ...

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  • James Vidler created an article,

    Authentication Security Update - Q4 2020

    Released: October 25th, 2020 as part of Platform Update - Q4 2020 We take security seriously and are always looking for ways to make Agility CMS more secure. We also strive to ensure security measu...

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