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  • Introduction to Xperience MVC/Core Architectural Best Practices for Larger Scale Solutions
    Jamie Leask    —       —    Article

    This article will introduce best practices for larger scale Xperience projects, both in MVC 5 and .NET Core. It will touch on different solution architectural setups from a high-level perspective and explain some advantages and disadvantages to each one. It will demonstrate proper separation of concerns for these architectures and give a glimpse into the benefit of using patterns. It will show high-level proofs of concepts to demonstrate how this can be achieved with Xperience, rather than going into detailed examples. When you would like to build upon these sample pieces, we have some fantastic training modules dedicated to this, which goes into full step-by-step implementation. There is also a fully built-out solution, the Medio Clinic site, which we would recommend as the next step The Kentico Xperience 13 training website.

  • Kentico 12 MVC, query and caching best practices
    George Tselios    —       —    Question

    Dear sirs,We are developing a new portal using Kentico MVC v12.0.51.We have several questions regarding the best practices as far as document query and caching is concerned. In the portal there is ...

  • Dropdown Menu in Master Page
    Husain Musaji    —       —    Question

    Dears, I am new to kentico, using 12, i want to dispaly dropdown menu on master page, i have read about the webpart and custom webpart. my requirement is to create a dropdown menu on master page, ...

  • Multisite environment
    Michal Samuhel    —       —    Article

    How to handle multi-tenancy in Kentico 12 MVC

  • Best way to centralize a WebPart
    Marc-André Morin    —       —    Question

    Hello, I'm new to Kentico and I was wondering the best way to centralize a WebPart, for example, a breadcrumb.I want to use the same breadcrumb instance with the same properties into almost every t...

  • When Should I Migrate My Kentico Portal Site to MVC?
    Bryan Soltis    —       —    Article

    So, you know that we’ve released Kentico 12 with all its awesome MVC support. And you know you should be using MVC for all your new sites. Sounds like a perfect plan! But what about your existing sites? Our Support and Consulting teams are fielding a lot of questions from our partners as to when they should migrate their existing Portal sites. Because everyone loves charts, I made a handy workflow for you in this article to help you out.

  • Which Development Model Should I Choose for My Kentico EMS Site?
    Bryan Soltis    —       —    Article

    With the release of Kentico 12 and our updated MVC support, developers have a big question they have to answer. For their new projects, which development model should they choose? We have been publishing many articles and best practices on this topic, including deep dives into the tech, interviews with community experts, and technical webinars to help companies along the way. Sometimes, people just want a simple chart to help them decide. In this article, we’ve got you covered on how to choose the model for your next project!

  • Best practices to setup a local development environment for already active site.
    Jaspal Marok    —       —    Question

    I am trying to setup a local dev environment for an already active site, where exporting the site from the dashboard always gives an Data.ConnectionError for some reason, is there a workaround or a...

  • Hosting Kentico MVC Applications in Azure
    Bryan Soltis    —       —    Article

    The rise of MVC has not been a quiet process. Over the past few years, developers have been saying...err…SCREAMING that they want to use modern, scalable frameworks for their Kentico applications. And they’re right! Modular, flexible architectures allow sites to be developed and tested much easier, by separating logical areas of the functionality. Sure, you can do that with Kentico. But what about your Azure hosting with MVC? In this article, I’ll give you some tips on how to get the most out of your Azure-hosted MVC sites.

  • 5 Tips to Secure Your Kentico Sites
    Bryan Soltis    —       —    Article

    Nothing spells disaster for a developer like an unsecure site. Whether it’s a vulnerability or a bad configuration, leaving your application exposed is just asking for trouble. Luckily, there are some simple steps you can take to ensure your deployments are safe. In this article, I’ll give you 5 ways you can lock down your site and hopefully keep your hair from falling out.