Consultant / Developer / Kentico Kontent MVP
Using the REST Client in Visual Studio Code
Getting ready to test a new service or API for your project is a common requirement. Normally we’d just create something in PostMan or run a curl command straight from the terminal. But what if you could do something that becomes part of your project in source control instead, wouldn’t that be pretty neat? This is where the REST Client for Visual Studio Code comes in useful.
Jul 28, 2021
Prepared with what you need to succeed with Kontent in .NET?
How do you find the resources that your development team will need to get up and running with Kentico Kontent in .NET?
Mar 22, 2021
Returning to .NET
I've had a website built in Gatsby for a while now, but I really did miss having it in .NET. Here's how and why I moved to a .NET static-site instead of Gatsby.
Mar 11, 2021
The Unhandled Exception Podcast: Kentico Kontent Headless CMS and JAMStack
Dan Clarke and I took some time out to talk about Kentico Kontent, JAMStack, and .NET Oxford as well as a few other topics
Feb 27, 2021
Using Kentico Kontent in LINQPad
LINQPad is a great way to quickly try out .NET snippets of code. In this video, I'll show you how to use Kentico Kontent's Delivery SDK with LINQPad to quickly check out your content models without usual the ceremony of setting up a new project.
Feb 26, 2021