ContentDeliveryApi Archive

React and EPiServer: Removing properties from output in EPiServer.ContentDeliveryApi

If you read my previous article React and EPiServer: Aggregated output with EPiServer.ContentDeliveryApi you saw a way of including your own aggregated data through properties in the content model classes. Since the JOS Content Serializer also has a very useful ignore attribute, ContentSerializerIgnoreAttribute, I’d love the EPiServer Content Delivery Api to have one as well. Removing superfluous properties from EPiServer ContentDeliveryApi output Since the EPiServer …

React and EPiServer: Aggregated output with EPiServer.ContentDeliveryApi

If you read my previous article on React and EPiServer: Moving to EPiServer Headless (EPiServer.ContentDeliveryApi) with friendly URLs – Quick POC, you’ll know I wanted to output EPiServer Content information by friendly URL to a page rather than using the headless API’s own paths. This I did, but what about aggreagated information? You know, the stuff that are using for instance content from other EPiServer …

React and EPiServer: Moving to EPiServer Headless (EPiServer.ContentDeliveryApi) with friendly URLs – Quick POC

So EPiServer released a beta version of the ContentDeliveryApi. Nice. My current client uses the JOS Content Serializer for creating JSON data from EPiServer pages for view, preview and on-page-editing with React, as described in previous articles. However, sooner or later it will be neccessary to start using EPiServer’s own methods for this. I had a quick look at the API functionality, and it seems …