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Are You Ready for a New Chapter?

Iva Konecna    —       —    Featured Article

In 2010, Kentico kicked off the Kentico Connection conferences bringing our partners and customers together and making them a true part of the Kentico family. From cities such as Melbourne, Prague, Orlando, London, Boston, through to the 17th and final Connection in our home city of Brno in 2015, Kentico Connection kicked ass! But now, it is time for a whole new beginning. Now, it is time for Connection’s bigger and badder brother, 404, Kentico’s brand new global conference for Digital Marketing and Website Development.

Top 10 Kentico Websites for April 2016

Jana Repáková    —       —    Featured Article

April Fool’s Day may have inspired many jokes, but this group of Top 10 Websites is no laughing matter. This month, learn more about ocean conservation and find out how to choose the best rosé for summer. (Will those warm months ever arrive?) So join us as we give a big round of applause to yet another set of special sites that make us smile.

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Kentico Azure SDK Version Requirements

Aaron Kent    —       —    Knowledge Base Article

Avoiding version issues with Kentico Azure Cloud Service Projects

When developing a Kentico Azure Cloud Services project, you need to make sure that you are using the correct versions of Visual Studio, the Azure SDK, and Azure Authoring Tools for the version of Kentico you’re using. I’ll guide you through choosing the appropriate versions of each tool to ensure your project’s success.

Displaying Instagram Posts in Kentico

Bryan Soltis    —       —    Article

Integrating with social media is pretty much commonplace in every project. The challenge for developers is that every social network has a different API, seemingly endless changes to functionality and authentication, and varying results you have to parse in order to get the data you want. In this article, I’ll show you how you can quickly (and painlessly) pull an Instagram feed into your site and display all of the selfies you can handle.

What’s New in the Kentico Marketplace?

Daniela Kubikova    —       —    Article

Two new items have been submitted to our Marketplace in April — Recommendante, a recommendation engine by Predictes, and SEOToolkit by InetSolution. Let's have a look at these in more detail!

So Your CMS Released an Upgrade – Now What?

Bryan Soltis    —       —    Article

Deciding to upgrade a core component of your our business is not always an easy choice. There’s downtime to consider, the development effort to apply the upgrade, and the impact a new feature or interface will have on end-users. Other factors to consider are whether or not the upgrade includes important security fixes, performance enhancements, and key features that will streamline your business processes. Without a doubt, deciding when and how to apply an upgrade to your CMS is not a decision taken lightly.

So what are companies to do? In this article, I’ll attempt to walk you through both the benefits and the drawbacks of each side of the dilemma that, sooner or later, faces every CMS customer.

Technical Webinar: Analyzing Your Way to a Successful Project

Bryan Soltis    —       —    Article

Have you ever wished you could ask your client more questions about their project goals and expectations? What if just one question changed (completely) the way you designed a website? There is no doubt that being on track with your project timeline will make your life easier and your clients happier. How many times have you ended up postponing project deadline because of improper website design?

Kentico 1 on 1 - Talking Support with Juraj Ondrus

Bryan Soltis    —       —    Article

In this edition of Kentico 1 on 1, I spoke with Juraj Ondrus, Kentico’s Technical Support Leader. A veteran of Kentico (he’s been here for over nine years), Juraj has helped hundreds of developers solve their issues and has certainly seen just about every implementation of Kentico imaginable. In this edition, I asked Juraj about his role within Kentico, common Support requests, and the not-so-common requests that have come through.

Can’t See the Bugs for the Trees!

Iva Konecna    —       —    Article

In a spring month that is predictably unpredictable, Kentico’s biannual Trees for Bugs celebration was lucky enough to land on a warm and (partly) sunny Saturday in the middle of April. It was a day dedicated to righting software wrongs, and the earth got a little greener and cleaner.