Not a member yet?

Not a member yet? Register now!

*
*
*

*
Already a member?
Featured Articles

Kentico 8 Upgrade: Update

Dominik Pinter    —       —    Featured Article

Kentico 8 has been released and we are working very hard to deliver an upgrade procedure for it. I’m bringing you an update with information regarding the upgrade procedure and the amount of time in which we will still be supporting Kentico 7 in terms of providing hofixes.

Read More



All Articles



Top 10 Kentico Websites for March 2014

Lenka Navratilova    —       —    Article

We are all very excited about Kentico 8, which was successfully released in March! However, it will take a couple of weeks until we introduce the first projects for the new version in the Top 10. Let's have a look at the ten best projects of the month, including world-known enterprises, governmental, research and non-profit organizations on three continents.

Read More



How to Series: Forms with Kentico 8

Thomas Robbins    —       —    Video Article

Online forms are one of the best ways to interact and collect information from customers. With Kentico 8 the building of forms is done using a visual designer and then published to your site. In this video we look at how you can build and deploy online forms.

Read More

Webinar wrap up: Using MVC with Kentico 8

Thomas Robbins    —       —    Video Article

Thanks to everyone that attended!

The ASP.NET MVC Framework provides a powerful Model View Controller (MVC) approach to building web applications and provides separation of concerns, control over HTML output, intuitive URLs, and increased testability. We will start by looking at the -what and why of ASP.NET MVC. Then we will explore the various pieces of ASP.NET MVC including routes, controllers, actions, and views. If you are looking to get started with MVC then don't miss this session.

You can find the slides here

Read More

Heartbleed bug in OpenSSL cryptographic library

Edward Hillard    —       —    Article

You may have heard about the recent Heartbleed bug which causes a vulnerability in the OpenSSL cryptographic library.  Kentico is safe from the Heartbleed bug as there are no references to the OpenSSL cryptographic library in its code base.  However, it is possible that some native .NET libraries have references to the OpenSSL cryptographic library.  Because of this, it is recommended to keep your entire system up to date and apply Windows updates provided by Microsoft.   More information about the Heartbleed bug can be found here - heartbleed.com/

Read More