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MVC site too slow? Caching to the rescue!

Michal Samuhel    —       —    Featured Article

When was the last time you desperately needed a site to load and it was taking forever? How long have you waited? Five seconds, 30, or even a whole minute? According to Google’s aggregation, 53% of people will leave if the load time is more than three seconds. Is your MVC site fast enough?

Build a Portal Engine widget in MVC

Ondrej Polesny    —       —    Featured Article

Have you ever used a Portal Engine web part that did almost the thing you wanted, but not quite? Do you remember the CSS list menu generating all kinds of CSS classes except the ones your front-end designer wants? Or all the sleepless nights trying to fine-tune Repeaters? Will MVC make this easier for you?

A fond farewell

Bryan Soltis    —       —    Article

Hello friends. This is my last blog post as Technical Evangelist here at Kentico. I can’t describe the awesome time I’ve had serving this community and helping developers build solutions with our products. Before I go, I wanted to let you know a little about my future, what will happen with Kentico Technical Evangelism, and a few things in store for the community moving forward.

Creating an MVC Widget Showcase Site with Kentico EMS and MVC – Custom Widgets and Inline Editors

Bryan Soltis    —       —    Featured Article

If you’ve been following this blog, you know that we now have a functioning MVC site with some dynamic content stored in a Kentico installation. We’ve preconfigured the site for widgets, applied a design, and some script bundling. In this article, I’m going to show you how to create a custom widget within your sites and use it in an Editable Area. Let’s get to it!

$25 Visa Gift Card for approved Gartner Peer Insights Reviews

Stephen Griffin    —       —    Featured Article

Our clients’ opinions are very important to us, and we value your feedback on how we’re doing. Please share this feedback and write a review on Gartner Peer Insights about your experience with Kentico. Reviews take approximately 15 minutes to complete and are anonymous.

Excluding content of Editable text from translation submissions

Matúš Ušiak    —       —    Knowledge Base Article

Translation submissions always contain the content entered into Editable text web parts. This occurs even though the web part property has the Translate field property set to false. In this article, we will discuss one approach for completely excluding this content from translation submissions. 
This is a proof of concept which has been tested on Kentico 11 and 12