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    22 comments  ·  Kentico Product Ideas » Content Management  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Hello!

    We are currently trying to come up with the best model for enabling Content editors and Marketers to compose parts of pages using widgets also on MVC websites.

    What do you think about the following:

    1. The most important part is to enable business users (Content editors, Marketers) to add and configure components (widgets) in within specific areas (zones) on a page

    2. MVC developers know how to create layoyuts/templates and can do that on their onw, only need to be able to mark part of the layout as a widget area/zone

    3. MVC developers know how to implement reusable components. If there is a unified way to register such components with Kentico to be used in widget areas, there is no need to develop hundreds of out-of-the-box widgets.

    4. The biggest wish for Content editors and Marketersis to be able to influence a section of a specific page,…

    Shannon Dunn commented  · 

    Kentico's portal engine helps them differentiate themselves from SiteCore and others with its ease of use and way of approaching a CMS that is easy to understand for non technical people. MVC is the only way forward if you want to keep up with Microsoft but Kentico needs to find a way to make MVC and portal engine work. I talked at 404 extensively about this with Martin during my 1 on 1. :)

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