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deanebarker / Startup.cs
Created May 3, 2022
The simplest webhook system for Optimizely Content Cloud
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public void Configuration(IAppBuilder app)
{
// This is the URL template to call
// The placeholders are optional -- they will be replaced with data specific to the content that is published
var webhookUrl = "https://example.com?id={id}&type={type}&version={version}";
// Here is an example URL that would be called for this example:
// https://example.com?id=17&type=ArticlePage&version=691
var events = ServiceLocator.Current.GetInstance<IContentEvents>();
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deanebarker / ExtractFragmentMiddleware.cs
Last active Apr 1, 2022
Replace the body of a response with HTML extracted from that same body
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using AngleSharp.Html.Parser;
using Microsoft.AspNetCore.Http;
using System.IO;
using System.Linq;
using System.Threading.Tasks;
namespace DeaneBarker.Optimizely.Middleware
{
public class ExtractFragmentMiddleware
{
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deanebarker / Editor.js
Last active Feb 16, 2022
The world's simplest code editor for Optimizely Content Cloud
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/*
This is specifically designed to do as little as possible and have no dependencies.
1. It's styled sort of like a code editor (?)
2. Spellchecking is turned off (no red squiggly lines -- I hate those!)
3. The TAB key will insert 2 spaces, instead of moving focus
4. When you press enter, it will add leading spaces to match the leading spaces on the prior line
...and that's all it does.
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deanebarker / QueryValue.cs
Last active Jan 3, 2022
An example of a custom FluidValue to enable fluent(-ish) query specification
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// Example:
// {% assign people = query.sortby['lastname'].direction['desc'].limit[2] %}
public class QueryValue : FluidValue
{
// This is only needed for testing
// In production, the query would be of some external resource
private IEnumerable<Person> _items;
// This is an anonymous method that handles the index
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deanebarker / XmlValue.cs
Last active Oct 11, 2021
An custom value type for Fluid that allows for easy access of XML element content
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public class XmlValue : FluidValue
{
// The accessor to retrieve the text content of an element
public static string TextAccessor { get; set; } = "_text";
// The accessor to retrieve a dictionary of attributes of an element
public static string AttributesAccessor { get; set; } = "_attrs";
// The accessor to retrieve an array of the children of an element
public static string ChildrenAccessor { get; set; } = "_children";
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deanebarker / FluidFakeFileProvider.cs
Last active Oct 9, 2021
The minimum (I think) you need to do to mock the FileProvider for the Fluid templating engine
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namespace DeaneBarker
{
public class FakeFileProvider : IFileProvider
{
// I don't think Fluid ever calls these (fingers crossed)
public IDirectoryContents GetDirectoryContents(string subpath) { throw new NotImplementedException(); }
public IChangeToken Watch(string filter) { throw new NotImplementedException(); }
public IFileInfo GetFileInfo(string path)
{
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deanebarker / FluidParserExtensions.cs
Last active Oct 9, 2021
Allows retrieval of the initial Fluid template using the declared IFileProvider
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// var parser = new FluidParser();
// parser.ParseFromFile("deane");
namespace DeaneBarker.Fluid
{
public static class FluidParserExtensions
{
public static IFluidTemplate ParseFromFile(this FluidParser parser, string path)
{
if(TemplateOptions.Default.FileProvider == null)
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deanebarker / Managing Non-Web Content in Episerver
Last active Aug 7, 2020
A demo of using Episerver to manage "pure" (non-web) content.
View Managing Non-Web Content in Episerver
This file exists just to name the gist...
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deanebarker / RenderScriban.cs
Last active Jun 30, 2019
A Scriban module for Wyam
View RenderScriban.cs
using Scriban;
using Scriban.Parsing;
using Scriban.Runtime;
using System;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using System.IO;
using System.Linq;
using System.Text;
using System.Threading.Tasks;
using Wyam.Common.Configuration;
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deanebarker / XmlNode.cs
Last active Feb 12, 2018
XmlNode Drop to output an XML document in DotLiquid
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public class XmlNode : Drop
{
private const string attributeMethodName = "attr";
private const string xpathQueryMethodName = "xpath";
private const string listQueryMethodName = "list";
private const char shorthandDelimiter = '-';
private XmlElement doc;
public XmlNode(XmlDocument xml)