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Team up, it’s easier that way

Michal Kadák    —       —    Featured Article

How many developers does it take to get the work done? Sometimes one is all you need. However, sometimes you have to build a team to achieve a bigger goal. The Internet is full of useful tools and principles for managing a team working on a big project. Continuous Integration is one of them. This article will extol its virtues and briefly describe how to use it in Kentico 9.

The UK office is moving!

Pavlína Mahovská    —       —    Featured Article

Please note that with effect from October 1st 2015, the Kentico UK office’s new address is:
68 Lombard Street
Greater London
United Kingdom

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Quick Tip: Cleaning up Your KIM Files

Bryan Soltis    —       —    Article

The Kentico Installation Manager (KIM) is a great utility for installing and managing your applications. Using the tool, you can quickly see the current version of a site, check for updates, download hotfixes, and apply them to your installations. One thing to note is the tool will download hotfixes you apply and keep them in storage for later use. In this article, I will show you how to clean up these hotfixes if you no longer need them.

Kentico 1-on-1 - Consulting

Bryan Soltis    —       —    Article

In this Kentico 1-on-1, I sat down with Kentico Consulting Manager, Miro Remias, to discuss what his department does and how customers can leverage this great service for their projects. With several years of Support and Consulting experience, Miro has a ton of knowledge on projects and provided a great overview of the program and how they assist developers. 

Planning Your Data Structure

Bryan Soltis    —       —    Article

Data is at the core of every site and deciding on its structure often is the driving factor when architecting a solution. Choosing a model that is open to integration, allows for flexibility, and, above all, is easy to manage is critical for a successful application. Kentico allows data to be structured in a number of ways to fit nearly every project requirement. In this article, I will discuss the different ways data can be stored and managed within an application and provide guidance as to when to use each option.

AUD and EUR Pricelists Changes 2015

Petr Palas    —       —    Article

We would like to inform you that we will be updating our AUD and EUR pricelists with the release of Kentico 9 due to the decreasing value of the Australian Dollar (AUD) and Euro (EUR).

Technical Webinar: Most common issues with Kentico Azure Deployments

Bryan Soltis    —       —    Article

Are you experiencing issues when deploying your application to Azure? Are you unsure of which options are best for your deployments? Learn how to resolve common mistakes, best practices when deploying, and essentials skills to ensure your sites are running smoothly when deploying to Microsoft’s cloud platform.

Simplifying your Hierarchical Viewers with the SubLevelPlaceHolder control

Bryan Soltis    —       —    Article

Displaying content correctly is at the core of every good design. For many sites, this includes displaying different types of content together, along with specific layouts for each type. The Kentico Hierarchal Viewer is a great resource for developers that allows control over each content level. In this blog, I will show you how to simplify things using this control and these transformation layouts. 

Kentico Named “Easiest to Deploy” Among Industry Competitors

Katerina Pelanova    —       —    Featured Article

Gleanster’s most recent Gleansight Benchmark Report for WCM lists Kentico as Easiest to Deploy among nearly 40 industry vendors. Gleanster, a leading market research company, produces a variety of sector-specific reports detailing best practices in worldwide business. Their research focuses on five guiding principles: specificity, brevity, clarity, objectivity, and openness.