Kentico Website Management Aplication for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad: Kentico Go

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Quick review on other app that allows site administrators to remotely manage Kentico installations!
Kentico Go is a iPhone & iPad application that allows site administrators to access and monitor their Kentico CMS websites using their mobile device. It shows the site health information and allows administrators to start/stop/restart a site, clear cache/memory and check the event log. It allows management of multiple websites running on one instance. These screenshots better illustrate the available features:



The application was developed by Mike Irving from Silkmoth, a Kentico Gold Partner from UK, and it’s available on the iTunes App Store. Installation is very easy – you just need to upload Kentico Go iOS Manager script in a specific folder under your website root.  As Mike said, the application was inspired by Kentico Mobile Manager Windows Phone Application by Bryan Soltis from Bit-Wizards.

Many thanks to Mike!

App Store Link:
Kentico Go on the iTunes App Store

Kentico Go iOS Manager script:
Download (zip)

Youtube video:
Kentico Go CMS Management App for the iPhone

P.S. Mike has already a pretty wide portfolio of iPhone and iPad apps . It includes one application that was banned from AppStore - Mr Methane for iPhone (you can see the video about Mr Methane Fart App).  

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Petr Passinger

Petr is the Senior Business Analyst, responsible for the mapping and optimization of the sales funnel and revenue cycle leveraging the Kentico Customer Experience Management solution for online marketing activities.

Comments

Mike Irving commented on

Thanks Petr.

For those wondering how the app feels.. Ihave now posted an example video of the app on my YouTube channel.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KNDN6HqiFrQ

Enjoy.

Mike.

Petr Passinger commented on

@Mike Thanks a lot, I have updated our Marketplace with the new information.

Mike Irving commented on

Thank you for the review / overview, and all the feedback.

I have made a fresh version of the Connection Script, which now supports both Kentico 6.0 and legacy versions (4.0, 5.0).

Please be sure to check back to my website at the following address to get the latest version of the script, if you have any difficulties connecting.

http://www.mike-irving.co.uk/portfolio/mobile-apps/kentico-go/

Some new features may be added soon.

If you find the app useful, please consider leaving feedback in the app store, it will help others to discover the app.

Enjoy!

Mike.

George B commented on

Why we have to use 3rd parties applications for iPad etc.? Support for these devices at these days is a standard feature of true Enteprise Solutions. Even, several open-source solutions support them.

Why not Kentico?

Petr Passinger commented on

@AdrianFriend Yes, It is acomplished by the ASHX file on the server side.

Petr Passinger commented on

@Armysniper89 Sorry, I wasn't accurate. It wasn't banned - it actually didn't meet the App Store Guidelines, which contained the specific condition / statement "We don't need any more Fart Apps". :)

Adrian Friend commented on

How does this app access the site(s)? Is it through a web service?

Armysniper89 commented on

So should we trust someone who built "Mr. Methane" and got it banned? ;)