Working with transformations in Kentico can seem like a rather complex task. It’s reasonable to follow best practices to avoid any issues in the future.
Let’s assume the following main scenario: You, as a developer, want to add a new article list on your web site’s home page. Content editor has already created the Articles, the design and styling were done by another one of your colleagues and now it’s your turn to make the content shine.
In this post, we’ll focus on the best practices related to transformations used in listing web parts.
The Kentico REST service is a great feature of the platform and allows developers to integrate with other systems using a standard Web API interface. Providing the ability to read and write data, the service is a convenient resource for retrieving and manipulating content and data within a Kentico site using only code. Recently I was asked how to create users with the service. In this blog, I will show you how to configure your service, create the accounts, and assign them to roles.
As most of you probably know, Microsoft is currently working on a new generation of ASP.NET framework called ASP.NET 5. There is plenty of buzz around this new framework and the biggest question for many ASP.NET developers is what needs to be done to utilize it in existing web applications. Many of you have asked us about our thoughts, and when Kentico will start to support it. This blogpost sheds some light on that topic.
We decided to remove a small subset of our web parts in Kentico 9. Which web parts we plan on removing and why? What should you do if your favorite web part is one of them?
Now that you have your application in Azure and everything is awesome (think the Lego Movie), let’s talk about keeping it running well and performing optimally. Any hosting solution can be used for your site, but Azure Web Apps have a lot to offer in terms of monitoring, updating, and maintenance of your site. This blog is focused on those features and on demonstrating how you can leverage them for your deployment.
Your favorite videos are better than ever!
You’ve told us you love our Kentico Online Marketing Videos, that they help you understand what marketing automation, content personalization, and lead scoring are. But we also know that these videos used an older version of Kentico.
Whether you are ordering food in KFC in New Zealand, planning a trip around Ireland, buying insurance in Jamaica, or searching for work in Canada, one thing is for sure, Kentico can make it happen. The global reach of Kentico is clear for all to see in our list of Top 10 websites for March. Take a look at the list below including KFC, Santa Rosa Symphony, Wild Atlantic Way, and Career Compass.
The full error message is “Message: Access to the path 'C:\inetpub\wwwroot\Kentico_Production\CMS\App_Data\CMSModules\WebFarm\webfarm.sync' is denied.”