Results for tag kentico cloud
  • How to resolve rich text links issue
    Tomasz Czado    —       —    Question

    Hi,I have a problem with kentico cloud implemented with angular framework. When rich text field has a links (simple link, that doesn't have data-item-id property) that throws an exceptions in brows...


  • kentico 12 default dropdown list controls to show kentico cloud data
    innovix solutions    —       —    Question

    Hi all,Is there a way we can show data in default control drop down list, data will pulling from kentico cloud?


  • MVC Widget with a Touch of Kentico Cloud
    Rui Wang    —       —    Article

    With the release of Kentico V12 comes the new page builder for MVC. As part of self-improvement, I was trying to come up with an interesting small project. I decided to try pulling some content from a Kentico Cloud project and display it using an MVC Widget in the Kentico EMS site. This scenario would be useful for marketing teams that use Kentico Cloud to manage multichannel content and want to show that content in their Kentico CMS site.


  • Can Kentico 11's API be utilized as extensively as Kentico Cloud?
    Joshua Aggas    —       —    Question

    We are currently utilizing Kentico 11 for our website. We just reupped our support for Kentico 11 so we don't have any current plans to make any moves. However, I'm really impressed by the headless...


  • 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…


  • 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. 


  • Building a Kentico News Android app with the Kentico Cloud Delivery JavaRX SDK
    Bryan Soltis    —       —    Article

    Our Community team is hard at work, producing new SDKs for Kentico Cloud for all types of platforms. From frontend to backend, web to mobile, there are countless frameworks we’re looking at to expand our samples and SDKs. Recently, we launched our new Kentico Cloud Delivery JavaRx SDK, enabling Java and Android developers to easily integrate Kentico Cloud into their apps. In this article, I’ll take a closer look at the SDK and sample projects to help you get started with these new GitHub projects.


  • Say Hello to the New Kentico Cloud SDKs
    Bryan Soltis    —       —    Article

    When you build your applications with microservices, integration is the key. The ability to connect systems and move information easily is essential to architecting and developing stable, functional solutions. With Kentico Cloud, we are constantly working on new SDKs and sample projects to help companies leverage the platform on more projects. In this article, I’ll tell you about our latest SDK additions.


  • 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?


  • Creating Content Releases in Kentico Cloud
    Bryan Soltis    —       —    Article

    Content editors have a lot do. From managing web content to social media, they are tasked with curating and publishing all sorts of data to many locations. With so much activity on a daily basis, editors are constantly looking for ways to be more productive, and reduce the amount of manual steps they have to take.