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  • Best Practices for CMS Integrations

    Best Practices for CMS Integrations

    In our modern marketing world, we cannot conceive of a website without a high level of integration. If you want a site to be more than an island in the middle of the giant digital ocean, or a simple brochure that you hope will somehow land in a SERP, integration with other tools in the digital world is necessary. Our CTO, David Conder reviews best practices for any integration involving a Content Management Systems (CMS).

  • Cross-Platform .NET Dependency Injection in Kentico Xperience 13

    Cross-Platform .NET Dependency Injection in Kentico Xperience 13

    Kentico Xperience 13 is among the first CMS platforms to adopt .NET Core. In version 13, websites are built using Core, but the CMS application is still on ASP.NET Web Forms. Because of this, developing code that is shared between the applications can be awkward. Mike Wills, BlueModus Director of Development and Kentico MVP, shares a solution that allows you to register the dependencies in your shared libraries using patterns that are familiar in .NET Core. 

  • Why Kentico Xperience 13 is a Big Deal

    Why Kentico Xperience 13 is a Big Deal

    BlueModus’ CMS expert, Brant Cline explores why the recent release of Kentico’s Xperience 13 is a big deal. Xperience 13 represents the inception of the next step in the evolution from conventional front-end, layout-dependent web management schemas to versatile content management systems they offer so much more.

  • Top 5 Things to Consider in a CMS in 2021

    Top 5 Things to Consider in a CMS in 2021

    BlueModus’ CMS expert, Brant Cline explores the top things to consider in a content management system (CMS) this year. As technical development for content management systems (CMS) is progressing towards a more and more platform-agnostic future, it is vital that when companies are facing technology decisions today, they are undertaking those decisions with a focus on the aspects that will help them continue to reach their audience as industry and technology evolve.

  • Katalyst – The Building Blocks for a Successful Kentico Xperience Implementation

    Katalyst – The Building Blocks for a Successful Kentico Xperience Implementation

    Katalyst was born as a way to quickly spin up a Kentico Xperience site within MVC, incorporate pre-built patterns to optimize development, and include some core fundamental “building blocks” needed in every website.

  • Choosing Between Kentico Xperience or Kentico Kontent

    Choosing Between Kentico Xperience or Kentico Kontent

    How does a Marketer chose between Kentico Software’s two content management systems – Kentico Xperience, a conventional web CMS and Kentico Kontent, a headless CMS? BlueModus’ Brant Cline details what factors he looks at to help prospective clients determine what is the right fit for their company.

  • Improve Content Authoring with Kentico Xperience’s Robust API

    Improve Content Authoring with Kentico Xperience’s Robust API

    A user experience challenge arises in Kentico Xperience from using inherited page types because most field properties can only be set in the base page type. Xperience allows you to configure most field properties in alternative forms. Unfortunately, when using alternative forms to override the settings of inherited fields, you can't make only one alternative form. You must create an alternative form for each edit mode – that is an alternative form for “update”, “insert”, and “newculture”.  This solution often becomes too much overhead. Instead, BlueModus’ Director of Development and Kentico MVP, Mike Wills recommends looking to Xperience’s robust API to solve the user challenge.

  • Kentico Xperience:  A Platform for the Future of Content

    Kentico Xperience: A Platform for the Future of Content

    BlueModus is a certified partner in nearly every major .NET Content Management Platform - and from our perspective Kentico’s Xperience platform, now in its 13th version, is one of the strongest options, offering a much more navigable path through this perfect storm of tech evolution.

  • Streamline Kentico Xperience Deployments using the Staging Configuration Module

    Streamline Kentico Xperience Deployments using the Staging Configuration Module

    Mike Wills explores how using Kentico Xperience’s Staging Configuration Module allows you to stop tracking the objects to deploy for Kentico Xperience projects.

  • Building the Future on Kentico Xperience 13

    Building the Future on Kentico Xperience 13

    Tech development and content management platforms like Kentico Xperience are moving from less flexible MVC architectures and into the new .Net Core industry standard to create true digital experience management, rather than simple content marketing.

  • Localizing Email Templates in Kentico

    Localizing Email Templates in Kentico

    While Kentico email templates do not offer the ability to specify a culture, you can effectively localize the email templates found within the Email Templates application in Kentico.

  • Using MVC Web Parts Inside a Portal Engine Kentico Website

    Using MVC Web Parts Inside a Portal Engine Kentico Website

    Start to provide a more personalized user experience to increase customer  conversions.

  • The opportunity of Website Compliance

    The opportunity of Website Compliance

    How do you navigate the complexities of compliance, without breaking the bank in the process?

  • Kentico Certified Developer Exam Tips

    Kentico Certified Developer Exam Tips

    Tips on how to  pass the Kentico Certified Developer exam

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