The great Umbraco API misconception

When Umbraco 4 was released it was a very exciting that there was an event model around everything in the back-end. This meant you could more powerful ActionHandlers firing on pre and post events (even though they are named against the standard .NET na…

When Umbraco 4 was released it was a very exciting that there was an event model around everything in the back-end. This meant you could more powerful ActionHandlers firing on pre and post events (even though they are named against the standard .NET naming conventions). Also, people were very excited that when a pre, sorry, before event fired it was possible to do a cancel on the event args. This was really good for a Save event, it meant for more custom actions, business logic around the saving, you name it.
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