Developer news


  • Protect your WebApp from CSRF-attacks
    Sitevision 9.1 introduces the option to protect your apps from CSRF-attacks.

  • Bundled apps
    Sitevision 9 introduces improved support for bundled apps. A step which we believe will boost developer experience and simplify building rich Sitevision apps with modern web libraries.

  • Changes to Envision in Sitevision 8.2
    Envision is adopting CSS variables (CSS custom properties) .

  • Webpack and Sitevision
    All modules bundled with Sitevision will, from now on, be built using webpack.

  • The importance of using a proper REST API URL
    We have noticed that several consumers of the Sitevision Model REST API are using suspicious/bad URL:s. Most likely unintentionally. This article a friendly reminder of how a REST API URL should be properly expressed.

  • WebApp CSS class names
    The enclosing markup of WebApps will be more predictable as of Sitevision 7.2.

  • OAuth2 integrations made super simple
    Ever wondered of all technical considerations regarding OAuth2? Where do you store access tokens and refresh tokens safely? How do you declare a redirect uri? Do you need state, nonce or PKCE? Or all of them? Sitevision makes this really simple. We'll handle the details and you just focus on creating awesome apps.

  • Technology preview: Sitevision 5 beta
    Sitevision 5 is soon here but a beta version for testing is available today!

  • Upcoming Sitevision 5 and web performance
    Sitevision 5 will make a giant leap in measurable performance.

  • Technology preview: DataStorage
    Get a preview of the new proposed data storage API:s that will be officially released in a future Sitevision version.

  • We proudly present WebApps and RESTApps
    The Sitevision 4.5 release include WebApps and RESTApps - a revolutionary technique to develop new modules and extend existing behaviour and API of a website.

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