You can personalize any Feather widget, so that you create different versions of the widget for different audience segments. To personalize a widget, simply make sure the widget’s controller implements the IPersonalizable interface and the Telerik.Sitefinity.Personalization library is added. This is just markup interface methods for you to implement.
Once you create a personalized version of a widget, you actually duplicate the widget, so both versions have exactly the same properties. The original widget has its IsPersonalized property set to true. The duplicated widget has the PersonalizationMasterId linking property set to the original widget and the PersonalizationSegmentId linking property set to the Id of the segment, for which you create the personalized version.that does not provide any
Throughout this article, you can refer to a code example of a personalized Feather Card widget to get an understanding of how to personalize any Feather widget. For the full sample, see the GitHub repository.
When a page with personalized widgets on it is rendering, a wrapper control is included, so that it replaces the original control that takes care for rendering the proper widget version. The wrapper control is of PersonalizedViewWrapper type. All information needed to load the proper widget version is set to this wrapper control.
Once the personalization manager loads all the markup for the controls on the client, the onPersonalizedContentLoaded event is fired. The overall response of the service call is set to the arguments and is available in the event handlers. In the sample, provided above, you can see how to subscribe to the event.
If the visitors browsing the page are associated with certain audience segments and in case the page has personalized versions of widgets created for these specific segments, the PersonalizedWidgetRenderEvent is fired. The event is fired for each of these widget with the following arguments:
The call to the PersonalizationService that renders the markup of the personalized widgets is cached by the segment definition, in which the current website visitor is associated to.
NOTE: The visitor may be associated to more than one segment, so the markup may be cached by the combination of these segments.
In case there are other visitors who are associated with the same segment(s), the markup is returned from the cache.
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