It's hard to believe that I am sitting here, on Christmas day, the temperature outside is above freezing, and there is no snow on the ground. A green Christmas just really isn't the same as a white one I guess. However, now that all the presents are open, stockings unhung, and my girls are happily playing with their new toys, I have some rare free time to reflect on what happened this year.
In this episode of Kentico Rocks, Bryan Soltis and Brian McKeiver join forces with a few special guests. The group talks about a few different strategies that can be used to handle large amounts of data in Kentico. In reality large amounts of data can mean many different things, especially when it comes to displaying that data on a website. For this episode of Kentico Rocks we did try to narrow down our focus to the basics of content management with consideration to big datasets. Care to take a guess who joins us ? Listen to the episode to find out who.
Sometimes building an unordered list of objects in a Kentico custom module is not enough, especially if you have a long list, but work with a set of preferred options most of the time. This article will show you a handy option to improve the experience of your users
This was a first for myself and fellow MVP Jeroen Furst to join MVP's Bryan Soltis and Brian McKeiver on their legendary Kentico Rocks podcast. We joined them on episode 10 after the Kentico Connection in Prague.
This year we’ve got a record number of submissions for Site of the Year with 40% more than last year! So there is no wonder that it has been even more difficult than other years for the Kentico committee to choose the finalists. We are pretty sure that it will be a tough task for you as well to choose the winners in the public vote, because all the websites are simply awesome.