Results for tag mvp
  • Recapping the 2017 Kentico MVP Summit
    Bryan Soltis    —       —    Article

    In June, we hosted the annual Kentico MVP Summit at our home office in Brno, Czech Republic. A weeklong event focused on getting MVPs as much as info as possible, the summit covered a wide range of Kentico and Kentico Cloud topics. In this article, I’ll give you a little glimpse into what we discussed and what to expect for the rest of 2017.

  • Kentico 1 on 1 - Talking E commerce with Kristian Bortnik
    Bryan Soltis    —       —    Article

    In this Kentico 1 on 1, I interviewed newly crowned MVP Kristian Bortnik from Web Design Magic. Kristian is the Head of Development there and has a lot of experience around customizing the Kentico Ecommerce engine. I thought it would be interesting for the community to hear Kristian’s approach to creating customized ecommerce solutions.

  • 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.

  • Generate Realistic Test Data in Kentico
    Brian McKeiver    —       —    Article

    Recently I wanted to play around with some user specific scenarios in my Kentico instance for a presentation that I was working on. To do that I needed a Kentico 9 instance with a lot of various users, user settings, and role associations already setup. After firing up a few instances of Visual Studio and running locally, I realized that I didn't have any good sandboxes to play in. So I bit the bullet, and started down the path of automating the creation of a few hundred users.

    I figured that there was no way it would take more than just a few minutes to do this task. It’s just creating a few users in Kentico which is like 4 or 5 lines of code in a for loop, right? As it turns out, there is a good way to do this, and then an even better way to do it using some freely available NuGet packages.

  • Learn how to extend the Kentico user fields
    Laura Frese    —       —    Article

    Many Kentico CMS projects require some level of customization. Kentico makes it easy to customize many aspects of the CMS without having to touch a line of code. In this post I will show you how to add additional fields to the Users module so that you can customize the information associated with users as they are entered into the system.

  • Improve Your Kentico Website Performance
    Brenden Kehren    —       —    Article

    Kentico offers many settings, configurations and suggestions on how to improve your websites performance.  Configuring Kentico correctly, you can realy optimize your website BUT there are still a few items which are not resolved like combining scripts and stylesheets into a single request.  In this post I'll share my experience implenting a module created by Kentico Gold Partner PMC-Digital which combines scripts and stylesheets into a single request and caches them for you

  • Cache tips & tricks part 1
    David te Kloese    —       —    Article

    I think we call all agree on the fact that cache can improve the performance of your website significantly. Kentico has lots of features doing the caching for you. But some things you'll have to set yourself. Nothing to worry about as Kentico made it easy for you to do!

  • Quick tip: how to easily enable content filtering for your editors
    Jeroen Fürst    —       —    Article

    Almost everytime when I am providing editor training I am being asked if and how it's possible to filter content. In this post I will show you how easy it is to configure custom filters for your content types using alternative forms and achieve extreme fast result.

  • Kentico Draft - Part 1
    Michael Kinkaid    —       —    Article

    In this video I tour the core features of Kentico Draft. "Kentico Draft is a cloud-based service that provides you with a single space for web content production, where everyone on your team can deliver content that is neatly structured and aligned with your content strategy" -

  • Top 10 things to be aware of when using Kentico 9 Continuous Integration
    Ilesh Mistry    —       —    Article

    If you haven’t used it already, one of the biggest features introduced in Kentico 9 was Continuous Integration.

    Kentico 9 Continuous Integration is not to be confused with your deployment processes you may have that involve Continuous Integration / Continuous Deployments. It is basically a great introduction path towards making every database object in Kentico represented in the file system. The way Kentico does this for their Continuous Integration, is by serializing all the Kentico objects into XML files.

    Here are the list of Kentico objects that are covered by Kentico in this version – Continuous Integration objects allowed.