Martin Hejtmanek

Martin Hejtmanek CTO at Kentico Software

Hi, I am the CTO of Kentico and I will be constantly providing you the information about current development process and other interesting technical things you might want to know about Kentico.

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Module development - UI Extenders

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Kentico offers a rich set of options that help you easily develop the UI of your modules. Still, most current projects typically require some special adjustments to simplify the interface for non-technical end users. Read this article to learn about the concept of UI extenders in Kentico and how you can leverage them to extend the available options to your liking.

Module development – Introduction

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Each web project nowadays is very different and has different requirements. No software out there has all the necessary features out of the box, so when it comes to special client requirements, you may need to develop your own module. These may be simple or complex depending on the situation. Join this series of module development articles to learn how easy it is to develop a new module with Kentico.

An overview of Kentico 8 features

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Kentico 8 has now officially been released, and It is my pleasure to introduce you all to the great new features that it brings. Lots of feedback was incorporated, the whole UI was redesigned to provide better user experience, and the overall architecture behind the platform was heavily improved as well. Learn more in this article...

Kentico CMS User Group Presents: Here Comes Version 7!

Martin Hejtmanek    —       —    Video Article
It’s almost time for Version 7! It’s an amazing list of productivity and feature enhancements. This Online User group features Kentico CTO, Martin Hejtmanek. In this interactive online user group session Martin showed some of his personal favorites and why he thinks they are important for Kentico users and developers.

Slides available here

Webinar: Kentico Online CMS User Group Presents: Here Come’s Version 6!

Martin Hejtmanek    —       —    Video Article
It’s almost time for Version 6! It’s an amazing list of productivity and usability features. Do you know about the Kentico Online Marketing Suite (KEMS)? Attend the Kentico Online User Group to hear Kentico CTO Martin Hejtmanek talk about his favorites. In this interactive online user group session Martin will show his personal favorites and why he thinks they are important for Kentico users and developers.

Note: Unfortunately, we had some technical issues and were unable record the first part of the webinar. Sorry for any inconvenience!

Kentico Online CMS User Group Presents: Martin’s top 5 for V5

Martin Hejtmanek    —       —    Video Article
The Product Group has diligently been working away on the release of Kentico V5. It’s an amazing list of features, functionality and capabilities. But everyone has their personal favorites. Attend the first Kentico Online user group meeting to hear Kentico CTO Martin Hejtmanek talk about his five favorites. In this interactive online user group session Martin will show his personal favorites and why he thinks they are important for Kentico users and developers.

ASPX versus Portal Engine development in Kentico CMS

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We are often asked about the two development models we offer in our solution, specifically which model the customers should use for their development, which one is better and what are the differences. This post should help you when you are not familiar with these differences to decide which one would you like to use for your development.

How to dynamically load partially cached controls

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Once more, I spent a lot of time on an unpleasant Microsoft bug (or feature?). I had to figure out why the dynamically loaded controls which use partial caching (output cache) always share the content with completely different controls loaded with the same method. And I got it working! Read further to learn more, you can save yourselves a lot of time if you have the same trouble ...

Deep Dive - Kentico CMS Caching

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As promised, this is my first "Deep-dive into Kentico CMS" post. This time, it is all about caching. Why is caching so important and why you should master it? Get ready and see for yourselves ...

How are you doing with Kentico CMS?

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Hi everybody! This is an oportunity for you to get all the features you don't like and issues you don't like being solved. I would like to hear your experiences with your development in Kentico CMS. If you want to share some thoughts, come here and say it.

What's new and great in version 4.0

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Once again, I got a little time to give you some more information. If you are interested in our new version, you should totally read this, I will give you a brief overview of the great things you can try in our beta or get in the final release. Again, this post is meant mainly for the developers, if you don't know what is URL rewriting, you should study the problematics a little bit first.

Visual Studio integration

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We are not only busy with developing new version but also with preparing new concepts and feature specifications for the version which will come after that. If you don't want to edit the layouts, CSS, etc. in textboxes anymore, read further, you will be pretty excited ...

New import module

Martin Hejtmanek    —       —    Article
As you could notice, the import package structure and the interface of the export and import process suddenly changed in version 3.1 which wasn't a major version. Let me explain you, what were the reasons for this and how does it influence your project development ...

August 2008 - Summary

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Hi there, with the standard development posts, I will be providing you with the summary of our development progress to keep you updated with the information about how new version of Kentico CMS is developed. Here is the first one ...

Performance of Kentico CMS

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We are often asked about the performance and load tests of Kentico CMS. We do not currently provide the full load test suite since it is internal, we will probably provide the public performance reports later. I would like to present you some information about our load tests and optimization procedures and ensure you we do our best in this field of implementation.

Welcome to the development blog

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Hi There! Welcome to my blog where you can find all the important information you may need to develop your pages smoothly and better than you competition. You will also find here the information about current development process of Kentico CMS. Read more ...

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