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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 created an article,

    Managing SEO with Agility CMS

    Building a website that is optimized for Search Engines (SEO) is a combined responsibility of both the developer building your website, your content architecture and your content editors. Agility C...

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    I don't see anything in your code there that would result in getting cached results after content is updated. A common gotcha is if you have a static property being set which only executes once in ...

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    Great question! When you are calling the AgilityContentRepository, a cache dependency is already registered for that. So in most cases, this is redundant. However, if you are doing complex filterin...

  • James Vidler created an article,

    Developer Reference

    Content Fetch (REST) API Reference Content Fetch JS SDK Reference Content Fetch .NET SDK Reference

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    NuxtJS and Agility CMS

    Nuxt.js is a framework build on top of Vue.js that allows for Static Site Generation, Single Page Application and Server-Side-Rendering. What's amazing is that you can run the same code in all thes...

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  • James Vidler created an article,

    Gatsby and Agility CMS

    Gatsby is an amazing framework for Static Site Generation. Built on top of React.js, it's been around for about several years, and it's solid. Recently, my colleague James Vidler wrote a Gatsby Sou...

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  • James Vidler created an article,

    About Content Search

    The Content Search feature allows Agility CMS users to search for field values used in Content, Pages, and Modules for the occurrence of a specific search term. This means it is easier than ever t...

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  • James Vidler created an article,

    Integrating Agility CMS into a Traditional Server-Rendered Website

    While we recommend building new websites in a JAMStack (Javascript-API-Markup) architecture and utilizing modern javascript frameworks, there may be some cases where you need to take an existing, t...

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  • James Vidler commented,
    Official comment

    Hi Giovanni, The Fetch API will need to be enabled in order for Webhooks to be available, but once it is, yes you can use webhooks with MVC. If you have an instance that you want this enabled on, p...

  • James Vidler created an article,

    Content Webhooks

    Content Webhooks allow external applications or websites to become aware of content changes that occur within your Agility CMS instance. This works by providing a list or URL endpoints to Agility C...

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