Microsoft is excited about the opportunity this creates for our mutual customers to unleash their creativity using the powerful features of Kentico CMS 5.5 and Visual Studio 2010.
Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) April 12, 2010
Kentico Software (http://www.kentico.com), a Web content management system vendor, announced that Kentico CMS 5.5 will provide full support for Visual Studio 2010 and the Microsoft .NET Framework 4 today at the DevConnections Conference.
Kentico CMS 5.5 together with Visual Studio 2010 make a powerful combination in delivering rich, dynamic and interactive Web sites, community sites, intranets and on-line stores.
“Kentico’s simultaneous release of Kentico CMS 5.5 enables developers to take advantage of the latest features in Visual Studio 2010,” said Dave Mendlen, senior director of Developer Marketing at Microsoft Corp. “Microsoft is excited about the opportunity this creates for our mutual customers to unleash their creativity using the powerful features of Kentico CMS 5.5 and Visual Studio 2010.”
"Delivering Kentico CMS 5.5 simultaneously with Visual Studio 2010 provides our partners and customers even more possibilities for their web site,” says Michal Neuwirth, Product Manager at Kentico Software. “Kentico CMS 5.5 was fully tested to work with Visual Studio 2010 and the .NET Framework 4. Kentico CMS developers can take immediate advantage of the new improvements," he adds.
Kentico CMS 5.5 also includes authorization via Facebook Connect and OpenID or RSS Web parts & widgets. Based on customer feedback both the Sharepoint Connector and MetaWeblog API are now fully integrated in Kentico CMS. Other improvements include enhanced reporting, performance and mobile optimization.
“The newly included Mobile section of the Corporate Sample Site was added by customer request. Given the volume of mobile development our customers were looking for examples of optimized pages for the web-browser based smart phones. Using Kentico CMS for their websites they are able to cut the time and costs of development of Mobile version of the standard Web pages,” explains Michael Neuwirth, Product Manager at Kentico Software.
Kentico will showcase its content management solution at the DevConnections Conference in Las Vegas, NV at booth 514. Kentico will also exhibit at Internet World London in April, at J.Boye Conference in Philadelphia, PA in May and at Microsoft Tech•Ed North America in New Orleans, LA in June.
More information about Kentico CMS version 5.5 is available at: http://devnet.kentico.com/CMS55beta.aspx