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  • 5 Questions Digital Agencies Might Get about Kentico EMS and Kentico Cloud
    Bryan Soltis    —       —    Article

    As the Headless CMS concept comes more prevalent in technology, so do the questions from the clients. On top of selling their services and skill, agencies often must educate their customers on why a Headless CMS makes sense for their project.


  • 5 Tips for Making Your Kentico Development a Little Easier
    Bryan Soltis    —       —    Article

    Everyone loves tips and tricks. Whether it’s a cool Netflix hack to view hidden titles or words of wisdom about the snow, it’s the little things that make a task easier that really brighten your day. In keeping with the same theme, let me tell you about a few Kentico tricks you may not have known.


  • Understanding the ScriptHelper API in Kentico
    Bryan Soltis    —       —    Article

    Unless you’re sticking to your web design skills from 1998, you mostly are incorporating some sort of front-end framework into your applications. Whether it’s JavaScript libraries, templating engines, or just some sweet code to add trails to your mouse movements, external scripts often power the captivating experience users have come to expect. In this article, I’ll give you some important information on the ScriptHelper class in Kentico to help build out your controls. 


  • Outsourcing HTML/CSS guidelines
    Trevor Chinn    —       —    Question

    A rather strange request, but I have been scouring the net for blogs or official Kentico documents, but have been unable to find anything relevant, so I turn to the devnet community for some guidan...


  • 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!


  • 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.   


  • Performance Tips: Make Your Kentico App Lightning Fast
    Roman Hutnyk    —       —    Article

    There are many nice articles about web site performance optimization accross the Internet. As long as this is really important topic, I think there can't be too many of them. That's why I'd like to share some suggestions on how to make Kentico run faster.


  • Kentico Mistry Magic - Lesson 1
    Ilesh Mistry    —       —    Article

    Kentico Mistry Magic's are short videos showing some Kentico hints and tips, which I hope you all will find useful. 

    The idea behind these videos is to show the users quick and easy ways on perfoming specific tasks within Kentico. The videos will be really short so you can watch them on the move, whenever if you have a few minutes or even when making a tea or coffee!   
    The first Kentico Mistry Magic - Lesson 1, is about Kentico Web Part Performance Best Practices. This short video illustrates the different hints and tips the Kentico Developers should be performing when they add web parts onto a page. Those hints and tips, should be something every Kentico Developer should be doing.


  • What Calvin & Hobbes Can Teach Us about Web Development
    Bryan Soltis    —       —    Article

    For over 30 years, readers have been delighted by the adventures of an animated boy named Calvin and his fictitious tiger friend Hobbes. While their tales are certainly entertaining, you may be asking yourself what they could possibly have to do with web development. Much like the many characters that come alive in Calvin’s mind, the key is imagination.


  • 8 Things Developers Should Know about Kentico MVC
    Brian McKeiver    —       —    Article

    For a few years now the great debate around the ASP.NET community has been around how ASP.NET MVC is the only framework of the future. The general point of this debate is that MVC is the winning framework that is finally ready to obsolete the ASP.NET Webforms technology. While I could write an entire blog post on my full opinions of this debate, today I am not going to do that. Instead, today I am going to focus on how Kentico 9.0 has come to fully embrace ASP.NET MVC.

    In the latest release of the CMS, MVC is getting very close to being a first class citizen in the choice of Kentico development models, with the other leading candidate being the Kentico Portal Engine model (which has always been based on ASP.NET Webforms). I say first class citizen because the MVC improvements in version 9.0 have been considerable enough for my team and I to start building out client projects in this model, and we are quite happy with the results.

    In fact in the last 6 or 7 months of using Kentico 9.0 MVC we have learned a few things that I feel are worth sharing with the Kentico developer community. So without further ado I would like to present 8 Things Developers Should Know about Kentico MVC.