Macros are a very powerful part of Kentico and can be essential when it comes to extending admin areas of Kentico and adding your own custom modules and UI elements. This simple - sometimes overlooked tip - will help you along your way.
Iterative deployment of Kentico EMS portal sites can be quite a manual process. If you're not using things like Content Staging then it's likely that you've either got your own special process or that you're using Kentico exports to deploy changes. This tip may help to speed up that process.
I was fortunate enough to speak at September's .NET Oxford event this year about chatbots. More specifically an exploration of the key concepts of taking a pre-existing source of data and using a chatbot to surface this to a user in a new way.
You may not be aware, but Kentico 12 is in Beta at the moment. Those who have a Kentico DevNet account and have had a chance to look at it will have noticed and tried out the page builder. What you may not have noticed is that the beta also has taken some of the great features from the page builder added them to a new form builder for MVC.
Relationship names have been around in Kentico since I’ve been using it, and are a great way to create structure within your content. When Kentico 9 was released, it introduced the Pages data type, to build on the relationship names to prompt the editors to link up content and to allow related content to be sorted.