From working on InRiver PIM projects, I have implemented a few custom outbound connectors. They would export catalogs to EPiServer Commerce, Demandware (now Salesforce Commerce Cloud) as well as Azure Blob Storage. In this post I give away six tips on implementing a good outbound connector for InRiver Product Marketing Cloud (iPMC).
Digital marketers of today might want to work with dynamic product ads on platforms like Google and Facebook. This requires a machine readable product catalog file. To showcase how to make that data available, I created a tool for EPiServer Commerce, which generates and provides such a file.
When EPiServer runs in a load-balanced environment, the servers rely on exchanging messages about system events with each other. At the moment, EPiServer supplies four event providers. This post is about implementing a new event provider, using Redis as a broker for these event messages.
I have heard a lot about Bitcoins and other cryptocurrencies. About what they are, what they can do and how much they will revolutionize payments and money transfers. So, as an experiment I decided to create an EPiServer Commerce plugin to accept payments in cryptocurrencies.
How can an AJAX service serve texts (error messages, label texts, product descriptions) or images from a multilingual EPiServer site? How to make sure that the server returns content in the correct language?