September 2013 Webinar

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Date Wednesday, September 4, 2013
Time 8:00 pm, Central European Time (Amsterdam, GMT+01:00)
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Recording via SDL

Presentations

Session One: OData Query Extension

An extension to the Content Delivery Web Service that allows queries to be passed to the service using the $filter parameter. These queries are executed on the OData server using Criterias and Content Delivery API functionality. The OData extension that allows querying for content using all capabilities of the CD API, only exposed as RESTful web service URL syntax.

Session Two: REL Standard Tag Library (RSTL)

A library of REL tags similar to JSTL (JSP Standard Tag Library) providing common tag templating functionality such as forEach, if, choose, when, otherwise, XML/XSL transformations, et al. The library also contains a parser that provides evaluation capability for conditional and mathematical expressions.

Presenter: Mihai Cadariu, Principal Consultant, SDL

Mihai Cadariu is a Principal Consultant who has been working for SDL (Tridion) since 2005. He is a Certified Consultant with very strong web development skills; therefore he specialized initially in SDL Tridion Content Delivery. Mihai is however an all-round technical person who is mastering all aspects of SDL Tridion.

Mihai’s day-to-day responsibilities include consulting, architecting Tridion solution and integrations, developing and delivering trainings, as well as coaching his more junior colleagues. He enjoys programming in C# with a predilection for Java technologies; he is the owner/creator of several frameworks such as: YAWF (Yet Another Workflow Framework), Content Web Application (CWA) and Secure Content Delivery (SCD) modules. Mihai is also the owner of http://yatb.mitza.net

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