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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  • Microsites: Choosing the Right Architecture for your Project

    This article serves as a guide for choosing how to implement a microsite when you already have an existing Agility instance and website. What is a Microsite? The term microsite is used to describe ...

  • ASP.NET Core and React Isomorphic Web App

    While Agility.AspNetCore (Agility.Web for .NET Core) is still in preview, we are taking it amongst ourselves to iron out any kinks while we simultaneously rebuild our own website. We have open-sour...

  • Output Cache Not Working

    Output cache should be enabled for your ASP.NET website so that it can scale well during high load. Having output cache disabled means that your server(s) need to re-render each page for each reque...

  • Inline Code - Create a CSS File

    Having a CSS file as an Inline Code file will allow you to easily modify your site's CSS on-the-fly without requiring a deployment.   Login to Agility. Navigate to Settings > Inline Code. Cli...

  • Global Scripts

    The Global Scripts (Settings > Global Content > Global Scripts) section allows you to place JavaScript code, such as an analytics scripts, or ad server code across your entire website. There are tw...

  • Agility + .NET Core User Group - Jan 11, 2019

    Update: this event has passed and registration is closed. For details on how to start using .NET Core with Agility please see https://github.com/agility/Agility-AspNetCore.  DESCRIPTION Agility ...

  • Project Success Plan

    Whether it's your first Agility project or you're a seasoned veteran - we can help set you up for success. At Agility, we know a thing or two about building websites. We've had over 15 years exper...

  • Re-syncing Content

    In rare cases, your website content may get "out of sync" from the latest published changes. Usually, this is the result of unintended consequenences, such as accidentally deleting content files on...

  • Monitoring Sync Progress

    While Agility is synchronizing content to your website, you can monitor its progress. Sync Status Report For a summary of your sync progress, login to Agility and go to Reports > Agility Reports > ...

  • UGC Core API

    The Core UGC API is used to save, get, list, and delete UGC records. It is available as a JS API and a .NET API. New: Looking for instructions on how to use the UGC JS SDK with npm? Go to GitHub fo...