Results for tag .net core
  • Using Smart Search in angular Or .Net Core
    santosh maroju    —       —    Question

    I am trying to build angular app and .net Core app and integrate Kentico Content into my application using Kentico Rest Api. I wonder If Kentico provides Api for Smart Search feature to get results...

  • 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 EMS Technology Future
    Michal Kadák    —       —    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.

  • Adding Application Insights to a .NET Core Site in Azure
    Bryan Soltis    —       —    Article

    Once you select Azure as your hosting platform, a vast world of resources becomes available. From CDNs to Load Balancers, Microsoft’s cloud has loads of great services to help you develop and maintain your applications. Because performance is king, adding Application Insights to your site is a great way to stay on top of issues and understand how your application is performing. In this article, I’ll show you how to add this great monitoring tool to your .NET Core applications.