A while ago I wrote about how you can use ML.Net Recommender to add some smarts to your up-sell. I decided to take it a step further and make it work for general product recommendations. So I created a scheduled job that creates and trains the recommendation model, creates predictions for all available variations in … Continue reading Use ML.net recommender for recommendations (POC)
You may have read about ML.net by now. Among other things there is a recommendation engine. So I decided to try if it would be usable in an Commerce solution. And it is, up to a point. First I needed to get all the orders and put the products that were bought together for each … Continue reading Use ML.net recommender for better up-sell (POC)
If you are using Episerver Social on your site, it's possible to "personalize" search results for a logged in user. Or more accurately, boost e.g. contenttypes or categories of content the user has rated. It's possible to get a list of content the user has rated on your site. With this list you can retrieve … Continue reading Personalize Find with Social, POC
And the POC and learning continues. I did not like hiding the WebForms form, and it turns out that’s not necessary. You can include the Form controls in \Views\Shared\ElementBlocks. In the FormContainerBlock.ascx I replaced the form tag with a div tag. This will be made configurable in a upcoming version of the Forms add-on, so … Continue reading Forms and WebForms pt3
The POC continues. As you may have noticed the solution I wrote about yesterday only worked sever side, no client side validation e.g. This can be fixed as well. First I added another method to my util class, to get the fake ControllerContext and refactored it, so you won’t need the Dummy controller. I just … Continue reading Forms and WebForms pt2
So you want to update your EPiServer Commerce site, but you don’t want to lose orders. That’s still not really possible, a little downtime is still needed, or I missed something. So I did a little POC. I created a “messaging” service. You can send a cart to it. The cart will be put into … Continue reading POC: Upgrade EPiCommerce without losing orders?