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NewsView is to override its CreateChildControls() method. The default ContentView class implementation resolves the ViewType and loads the View inside an override of CreateChildControls. As we've mentioned in the above paragraph, the ViewType and Viewname are stored as key-value pairs inside the ControlDefinition. So in order to tell our widget that it needs to load the custom ViewType instead of the default one we just need to say:
.ControlDefinition.Views.Where(v => v.ViewName ==
The only thing that's left now is to build the project, and register your new widget in Sitefinity. If you're using
Boyan Barnev is the Senior Manager of the Sitefinity Tech Support team at Telerik. He is responsible for for framing and implementing the Technical Support strategy for Telerik® Sitefinity™.
He has graduated from the American University in Bulgaria and joined Telerik in 2011. Since then Boyan has held various positions in the company, like Support Officer, Senior Enterprise Support Officer, and Team Lead.
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