About a month ago I showed you how you can easily reduce the number of project files by uninstalling modules using the Kentico Installation Manager. The goal was to reduce the memory usage of the application pools and to speed up the build of your Kentico projects. In this post I will continue the road to a better performing website and show you how you can leverage the scheduled tasks in Kentico to keep your memory profile as low as possible.
We are a big fan of widgets in our projects and this typically requires us to use a specific smart search index type to scan our content. In these scenarios it is recommended to use the pages crawler index type which indexes the HTML output of the pages. The pages crawler is more accurate than the standard pages index type as it also indexes content rendered via web parts and widgets.
A couple of performance related topics seem to catch my attention lately. It concerns questions about the choice of using a website versus web application project type, reducing the memory usage of the application pools and speeding up the continuous integration build speed. My plan is to post a couple of blogs in the next couple of months to help you understand the requirements and provide you with practical tips that you can start using today.
It's almost that time of the year when all the cool people in the Kentico community connect at the Kentico Connection 2014 in Prague.
I have been playing the last couple of weeks with an early preview version of Kentico 8. This version contains several new features presented in a first glimpse of the new design. I would like to highlight my top 8 favorite features (in random order) that I look forward to use in the near future!
Have you ever worked on a project with multiple devs and noticed that you needed to restart your Kentico application to prevent overriding your colleagues work? This can be avoided using web farm synchronization.
Did you ever wanted to quickly add a control to your page and felt frustrated that you had to create the CSS to position the darn thing? This post will uncover a dirty little layout secret for web part zones.
It seems like a hot topic at the office these days. Everyone wants to get certified in their specific areas. As my team specializes on development with Kentico, i'd like to help them out by providing my experiences hopefully resulting in a succesfull outcome.
This year I had the privilege to present two sessions at the TechDays event in the Netherlands.
Hi everyone, my name is Jeroen Fürst and I am Kentico MVP & lead engineer at IBL-Software in The Netherlands. With this post I would like to share my view on the new mobile features of Kentico version 7. For more information, tips & tricks and my overall Kentico experiences I would like to invite you to follow my blog.
In this tweak I will demonstrate how easy it is to add custom codes that will show up in the layout element selector within the layout properties of page template.
Here is a quick tip that you can use in your v7 Kentico sites.