Whether you are ordering food in KFC in New Zealand, planning a trip around Ireland, buying insurance in Jamaica, or searching for work in Canada, one thing is for sure, Kentico can make it happen. The global reach of Kentico is clear for all to see in our list of Top 10 websites for March. Take a look at the list below including KFC, Santa Rosa Symphony, Wild Atlantic Way, and Career Compass.
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In a recent webinar that I delivered, I was asked how to make a shipping option only available to a particular product / set of products. I thought that was a great question and one that many developers may have. A particular carrier may not allow transporting of a particular type of product so in this blog I will show you how to filter out options based on the product(s) selected.
Our new solution partner, ASPECT Masters, recently submitted several great templates to our Marketplace. They can significantly reduce your time spent on developing a new website with the parallax scrolling effect or on creating a new e-commerce site. So let's have a look at them!
I recently presented a Partner Webinar on Adding real-time shipping rates to Kentico. As a former developer in the industry I often had to add this functionality to the ecommerce projects I worked on. As such, I thought it would make a great topic for other partners and demonstrate a few different ways to add dynamic rates to your online stores.
So it’s been a while since I covered Azure Web Apps (formerly Azure Websites) and it’s definitely time for a fresh dose of info on what is possibly the best hosting option for your Kentico sites. This blog kicks off a new series I will be writing to detail how AWA (I just determined that is a good acronym for it) makes sense for your hosting needs. In this blog, I will cover the basics and how to get your site in Azure fast. Now let’s get to it!
As you probably know, the next version of Kentico is going to be Kentico 9 and we expect to release it in the second half of 2015. It's a major version update and therefore we want to implement some bigger changes in relation to the technologies we support. One of these changes will be to drop support for ASP.NET 4.0.