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When creating Custom Modules, sometimes you want to give access to some classes but not others.  Kentico documentation covers how to set a general Read and Modify class for the entire module, this article will show you how to set them at individual class levels!
Posted: 7/31/2017 4:00:00 PM by Trevor Fayas | with 0 comments


A large majority of building a website is taking something (or a list of somethings) and displaying that on the website in a certain way.  Whether it be menus, products, events, news, banners, carousels, whatever, the repetition and styling of objects is pretty much the core of a website.

This article dives into Kentico's Repeaters/Transformations, how they work, and how you can leverage them.

Posted: 6/16/2017 2:42:57 PM by Trevor Fayas | with 0 comments


When making transformations, you have a handful of options, and the two primary are ASCX and Text/XML.  Using .Net controls or the K# Macro engine.  After many years working in both, here's my thoughts on the pros, cons, and what i would recommend!
Posted: 5/31/2017 10:33:50 PM by Trevor Fayas | with 0 comments


Continuous Integration is a new development model that Kentico started in version 9, but more fully supported in version 10 (to the point where it was a viable option).  Heartland has tasked me with setting up our first CI environment, and this is what I've learned.
Posted: 3/28/2017 8:27:53 PM by Trevor Fayas | with 0 comments


Sometimes the best way to really understand how something works is to take it apart, see the nuts and bolts and really understand how something works, instead of just knowing that it works.  In this series, I want to show you all how Kentico does what it does.  Ultimately knowing how it works will lead you to develop and build your sites in a way that will be consistent with Kentico’s framework, and give you the power to leverage systems and resources that are inside of Kentico to do amazing things.  Many of my tools were built using this deeper knowledge of Kentico, and I hope it will help inspire better sites and better tools in the future!
Posted: 2/13/2017 3:44:16 PM by Trevor Fayas | with 0 comments


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