Results for tag developers
  • What Omnichannel Means to Developers
    Bryan Soltis    —       —    Article

    “We need to start thinking about OMNICHANNEL for our content.”

    “Kentico Cloud is all about OMNICHANNEL! So, how do we use it?”

    “I’ve been watching for hours but there’s nothing but reruns and infomercials on every OMNICHANNEL!”

    The phrase “Omnichannel” is certainly making the rounds when it comes to content. Hatched from the minds of over-worked marketers tired of creating posts for everywhere they need to. In a quest to reduce their stress (and chances for carpal tunnel), people have gotten smarter about how and when they produce content, planning for multiple channels from the start.

    Makes perfect sense, right? Everyone wants their job to be a little easier and more effective.

    But what does it all mean to developers?


  • Announcing the 2018 Kentico MVPs
    Bryan Soltis    —       —    Article

    Kentico’s technical community is a vibrant and diverse mix of developers, designers, and site administrators. Among those members are several individuals who go to great lengths to help others and promote Kentico and its features. For their efforts, Kentico awards these dedicated members the title of Kentico Most Valuable Professional (MVP).  In this article, I will introduce you to the 2018 Kentico MVPs.


  • 5 Things You’re Going to Love in Kentico 11
    Bryan Soltis    —       —    Article

    Everyone loves looking at their phone and seeing an app update waiting for them. Maybe it’s a new feature or capability, or just a slick new UI, and that magic little icon is your ticket to the goods. Regardless of the industry or platform, it’s exciting to see what companies have baked into their new releases, and to start planning how you can use them. In this article, I’m going to dive into some awesome things coming for developers in Kentico 11.


  • Feed the Beast
    Michal Kadák    —       —    Article

    Dogfooding is such a weird word. It doesn't sound like something even close to a good thing. Despite that lingual issue, it is the very best thing to do. And we did. However, we didn't do it because we wanted to test our product a little more. The reason behind it is way nobler.


  • Announcing the 2017 Kentico MVPs
    Bryan Soltis    —       —    Article

    Kentico’s technical community is a vibrant and diverse mix of developers, designers, and site administrators. Among those members are several individuals who go to great lengths to help others and promote Kentico and its features. For their efforts, Kentico awards these dedicated members the title of Kentico Most Valuable Professional (MVP).  In this article, I will introduce you to the 2017 Kentico MVPs.


  • 2016 Kentico Technical Evangelism Year in Review
    Bryan Soltis    —       —    Article

    As 2016 wraps up, I wanted to share with you some Kentico Evangelism highlights over the past year. Following an eventful 2015, the past 12 months have somehow topped the excitement scale with new conferences and events, product releases and launches, and a whole lot of blogs. In this article, I’ll recap all the activities we did within the Kentico community to bring you the latest information and keep you informed.


  • Seamless Custom Development in Kentico 10
    Michal Kadák    —       —    Article

    Customization is Kentico's most powerful virtue. I've said that multiple times during my time here, and it's still a rock-solid truth. The ability to customize the hell out of it is a pillar stone for a superior platform. Kentico has gone pretty far with the actual extensibility and now we're pushing it even further with Team Development support and other useful tricks around Modularization.


  • How Kentico Draft Benefits Developers
    Bryan Soltis    —       —    Article

    Every digital agency faces challenges when developing websites for their clients. The ultimate goal is to bring in the project on time, which requires collaboration between marketing, content, and development teams on both sides of the table. Kentico Draft brings everyone together to collect content early in the web development process, helping avoid delays that postpone the project. In this article, I’ll take a look at how Kentico Draft benefits developers by helping them produce websites faster, minimize delays, and limit dependencies on content contributors.


  • Which Super Hero Developer Are You?
    Bryan Soltis    —       —    Article

    Developers are, all around, pretty awesome. To the average person, they have incredible powers and the ability to do amazing things. While all are capable of being heroes (or villains, if you’re a little on the sinister side), not all developers have the same strengths. In this blog, we’ll find out which super hero developer you are, and get you started on your path to saving the world. 


  • Technical Webinar: Kentico Draft for Developers
    Bryan Soltis    —       —    Article

    Kentico Draft is a powerful, cloud-based service that can simplify content creation and collection. Using a powerful API behind the scenes, Draft allows content to be entered and maintained in a single location by multiple contributors. The Kentico Draft team has released a free module, to help developers working with the tool, to allow content to flow seamlessly into your Kentico applications.