Cookbook recipes typically include ingredients like salt, oil, and maybe flour. Not this one. Kentico’s chief evangelist, Thom Robbins put together this cookbook with solutions to problems developers might encounter building websites with Kentico CMS
The original version contained 15 recipes. This year’s copy adds 5 new ones, of which, Bryan Soltis contributed 3 of his own.
- Enabling automatic scheduler interval
- Clearing site cache
- Enabling extension-less URLs with IIS 7
"A cookbook is a common kitchen reference that contains a set of recipes," Thom says on his blog. "Recipes contain instructions and a list of ingredients that when combined together hopefully produce a unique taste sensation. Chefs the world over use them as a base to deliver a fantastic culinary experience that tantalizes the taste buds and makes you want more. I don’t expect that Kentico CMS will provide the actual cooking feature anytime soon. But, the intent of this first edition cookbook has the same idea, to provide high quality recipes that any chef can use to deliver tantalizing and useful websites."
The original version logged more than 2,300 views and it is expected that the latest version will continue this trend. The Kentico CMS Cookbook is available now in the DevNet developer portal.
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