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