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We just made some notable updates to our Orchard Training Demo module:
- File management demo with IStorageProvider
- Background tasks
- Unit tests
- And an awesome "map", and index file about the contents of the whole module where we abused C# to give you a conveniently traversable table of contents. This contains keywords (like "permission", "repository") and a pointer to where to look for an example in the module about them.
Check them out! And we'd be happy to hear your feedback!
Yesterday we released our new module: the Orchard Training Demo module. This module serves as a tutorial: it guides you through learning Orchard development by showing many examples with plenty of explanation (and covers almost everything we listed under the topics of module development). If you're starting with Orchard now, check it out!
Associativy, the Orchard-based knowledge graph platform just got its first release! Well, technically it was released a while ago in August but this is the first time the modules consisting Associativy are also released to the Orchard Gallery, not just as downloadable source packages.
As you may noticed we have a new menu item: Training. There we collect all the topics and supporting materials not just for our Orchard course but also generally for Orchard trainings. So if you'd like to hold an Orchard training for your colleagues or fellow tech enthusiasts in you local community don't hesitate to use our materials. Just drop us an e-mail first as per the licence, we'd really like to know who teaches Orchard around the world.
Over the weekend Benedek and Zoltán (me) have worked hard on something very new: adding PHP scripting support for Orchard!
As you may have hear of it from the Orchard forums, the Associativy Orchard graph knowledge base platform has been just released. Orchard Hungary already has two graphs:
- A graph automatically generated from blogposts using tags
- An Orchard knowledge base graph containing an organized graph with links to the most important Orchard resources
I hope you'll find these graphs exciting and Associativy useful!