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Kentico Top 10 Websites for May 2018

Jana Repáková    —       —    Featured Article

Even though it looks as if these projects reflect how close we are to summer as we can jump on a journey to England’s Lake District, or catch the vibes of Milwaukee city, nothing gets in the way of spreading the word about projects based in the education and financial sectors. Check them out, they definitely deserve it!

Kentico Top 10 Websites for April 2018

Jana Repáková    —       —    Featured Article

Do not miss our latest listing of projects that deserve to be kept in our minds. Hop on our tour to China PPG Master‘s Mark project, and continue with a nonprofit organization, Hope Air. Combining functionality and soul, these projects represent what can be done with Kentico.

Kentico EMS Technology Future

Michal Kadák    —       —    Featured Article

ASP.NET Core, ASP.NET Core MVC, MVC 5, .NET Standard. All of these technologies are going to play a significant role in the upcoming four years of Kentico EMS. The plan is still rough around the edges, but it is a long journey. Therefore, it's important to share the details we already know and give all of you a chance to express your ideas along the way.

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Hosting the Kentico Cloud .NET Boilerplate on a Raspberry Pi with Docker

Bryan Soltis    —       —    Article

Who doesn’t love flexibility? From programming to juggling chainsaws, the ability to adapt to any situation is always a welcome capability. With new devices and platforms being released every day, this becomes especially important to web applications. Enter .NET Core, Docker, and Kentico Cloud. Each of these are extremely capable components of a flexible architecture developers can use to build some amazing solutions. Don’t believe me? Let me show you how…

Kentico Top 10 Websites for June 2018

Jana Repáková    —       —    Article

Take a look at these projects concerning everything from healthcare industry, engineering, and construction to sport, we can see how our partners dealt with various integrations or e-commerce functionalities. Ready, set, go! Taste these fresh bites of shortlisted projects.

Kentico 9 and the Windows 10 April 2018 Update

Kentico Support Engineer    —       —    Knowledge Base Article

As with all combinations of software, sometimes updates increase or improve functionality and other times something that used to work before stops working after the update is finished. Because of an unforeseen addition to the Windows 10 April 2018 Update, typical installations of Kentico 9 have run into a breaking change. The good news is, there is an easy fix, so read on.

Troubleshooting Dashboard Issues

Michael Berry    —       —    Knowledge Base Article

Dashboard errors are always a pain and are a very visible problem when they occur. Unfortunately, with great usability, comes even greater responsibility, and with an Angular.js, icon-based dashboard with pinning, dragging, and personalization capabilities, a lot can go wrong.  Luckily, Kentico Support has already seen most of these issues, and we are ready to offer some advice.

Transforming URLs with Kentico EMS

Bryan Soltis    —       —    Article

When it comes to the web, SEO is everything. If people can’t find your content, then you’re pretty much wasting your time. Making sure your URLs are properly formatted and optimized are an essential step to ensuring your content is easily found. Kentico has a lot of great functionality to take care of this, however, you may need to customize the process to fit your specific needs. In this article, I’ll show you how to leverage global event handlers to transform your URLs into SEO-friendly values.

Translating Content with Kentico Cloud and Azure

Bryan Soltis    —       —    Article

Automation can go a long way in making a developer's life easier. When it comes to content, the less to deal with, the better! Let me show you how to automate translation with Kentico Cloud.

Ever since we released Kentico Cloud, developers have asked for a way to write content into their projects. To meet this need, we released a Content Management API last November, which allowed content to be created programmatically from any source. So, what are the possibilities this interface? In this article, I’ll show you how I leveraged Azure and the Kentico Cloud Content Management API to automate translating my content.