06.01.02

Rating:        Based on 3 ratings
Reviewed:  3 reviews
Downloads: 117
Released: Jun 5, 2014
Updated: Jun 5, 2014 by 2sicDev
Dev status: Stable Help Icon

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Application 2sic_2SexyContent_06.01.02_Install.zip
application, 766K, uploaded Jun 5, 2014 - 117 downloads

Release Notes

Search

Data Improvements

var categories = CreateSource<ValueSort>(App.Data["Category"]);

or
// Sort by FullName
var sortedCats = CreateSource<ValueSort>(App.Data["Category"]);
sortedCats.Attributes = "Name";
Data.In.Add("Categories", sortedCats["Default"]);
// Just add the items which have the relationship to the category in the URL
var qsOfCat = CreateSource<RelationshipFilter>(App.Data["QandA"]);
qsOfCat.Relationship = "Categories";
qsOfCat.Filter = "[QueryString:Category]";
Data.In.Add("QandA", qsOfCat["Default"]);
public override void CustomizeData()
{
    // new features in 6.1 - the App DataSource CreateSource<App> and also the RelationshipFilter
    // Just add the items which have the relationship to the category in the URL
    var qsOfCat = CreateSource<RelationshipFilter>(App.Data["QandA"]);
    qsOfCat.Relationship = "Categories";
    qsOfCat.Filter = "[QueryString:Category]";
    Data.In.Add("QandA", qsOfCat["Default"]);
}

Installation Experience

  • The installation now has fewer steps...
  • If you have not configured anything in the content, it will suggest to auto-install some templates
  • if you have not configured any apps, it will suggest to auto-install some apps

Various improvements and bug fixes

  • Toolbar now shows draft-items with a red edit button
  • JS API had some fixes for generating the toolbars
  • better caching, faster data-import
  • linked files/pages using the File:47 syntax can now add parameters. This is especially usefull for image-resizing or jumping to an anchor on a page - like this File:720?w=…&h=333#
  • ...and much more

Reviews for this release

     
This module is fantastic. It allows you to quickly create "objects"/content that can be easily added to pages by experienced users. This is the best alternative to the messy Rich Text Editor. It allows more control through templates while requiring less effort from the site users.
by kingjordan on Jun 16, 2014 at 6:20 PM
     
I really love the simplifications we added to the system like the new App.Data and the CustomizeSearch. You'll love it too!
by iJungleBoy on Jun 5, 2014 at 10:17 PM
     
It's a great work, it covers a missing feature of DNN : a system that simplifies the design of content for the customer. You define the model, you define the template, the customer adds the data. End of the story, without the complexity of XSLT in the DNN form and list module, or the complexity of self made modules.
by mconta on Jun 17, 2014 at 2:45 PM