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All the Small Things vol. 1

Michal Kadák    —       —    Featured Article

Oh c'mon, don't tell me you believe we are not working on other things than the big ones from the roadmap. Sure we are. And it's unfair to leave them lying around without proper attention. Nobody puts our tweaks in a corner. #SmallThingsMatter

Version 10 Hails the Community

Michal Kadák    —       —    Featured Article

Marketplace, GitHub, NuGet, Ideas, all those channels have one simple goal. Reach out and shape the community around Kentico. We are very aware of how beneficial the community is for us. Even though it's not always on public display, we are doing our best to listen and give back. The last version and frankly the entire year makes no difference.

Kentico 10 Is Here

Karol Jarkovsky    —       —    Featured Article

The end of year 2016 marks the next chapter in Kentico’s history. Just a couple of weeks ago at our annual Kentico 404 conference, we announced our brand new Kentico Cloud offering—a cloud-first headless CMS and customer engagement platform. We are very proud and excited about what is ahead for Kentico and the new Kentico Cloud. But, there is another important product release scheduled for this month—Kentico 10 is out! An expansion of MVC and Continuous Integration represents just the tip of the iceberg. Let me tell you what it’s all about.

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Do You Know Your Contacts?

Martin Michalik    —       —    Article

The ultimate goal of every marketer is to understand the behavior of one’s customers–what pages they visit and what conversions they make. You can literally say that the contact management represents the heart of digital marketing. In order to improve the experience of contact management, Kentico 10 is coming with a new architecture and a new contact profile.

Displaying Feedback Within Your Kentico Modules

Bryan Soltis    —       —    Article

Developing custom modules is a key part to many Kentico projects. Whether it’s integrating with a backend system or extending the capabilities of the platform, developers often create these interfaces to expose new functionality to their users. As with any UI, providing accurate and relevant feedback is just as important as the module itself. In this blog, I’ll show you how you can leverage a standard method in Kentico to keep your users informed.

Managing Kentico Application Settings in Azure App Services

Bryan Soltis    —       —    Article

Azure Web Apps are one of the most widely used options for cloud deployments. This is largely due to their ease of deployment and use, along with their vast customization options. In this blog, I’ll discuss several ways you can manipulate your Azure Web Apps to fit your needs and set up a fool-proof deployment experience for your developers.

Seamless Custom Development in Kentico 10

Michal Kadák    —       —    Featured Article

Customization is Kentico's most powerful virtue. I've said that multiple times during my time here, and it's still a rock-solid truth. The ability to customize the hell out of it is a pillar stone for a superior platform. Kentico has gone pretty far with the actual extensibility and now we're pushing it even further with Team Development support and other useful tricks around Modularization.

Kentico 10 - Generating Leads and Selling Products in MVC

David Komárek    —       —    Featured Article

Since the fresh start for MVC in Kentico 9, we have received great feedback on what should be the next scenarios our partners would like to implement in their MVC projects. By far, the possibility to manage online stores and run marketing campaigns surpassed other areas and I am, therefore, glad to let you know that these wishes just came true!

Kentico Top 10 Websites for October 2016

Jana Repáková    —       —    Featured Article

We've jumped on a train full of digital experiences, and it doesn't look like it's slowing down! Winter is coming, friends, but we hope these projects will warm you up like a nice cup of tea!

Gitignore for Kentico

Christopher Jennings    —       —    Article

One of the first steps taken when starting development on a new project is getting the project into source control. As Git is almost certainly the most popular source control system in use today, I thought it was about time that I share the gitignore file I've honed over the last few years and explain how I decided what to include.

Kentico 10 - Better Faster Stronger

Michal Kadák    —       —    Featured Article

Four hundred horsepower, insane torque, listening to the engine moaning out its song. Millions of people could relate to this. One day this mass of high octane consumers will realize they need to check your e-shop for a new GT supercharger, just because they are watching a motor show that was recently reborn. Thousands of page hits per second and two million new contacts in an hour. Can your rig handle it?