Getting started with Kentico’s Data Query API can be a bit confusing, even if you’ve read the help and a few blog posts. The examples online are often quite basic, and when you need to implement more complex queries (or run into unexpected errors doing something you thought was simple), it can be time consuming and frustrating. I’m sharing a collection of Kentico Data Query API examples which could be useful for you.
I wanted to use Patch to update a single field on a large object in a .NET 4.6 Web API 2 project, and realised I’d somehow never implemented a Patch verb before (I know, right?). This seemed like the perfect time to learn.
Kentico 8’s Admin UI control is pretty flexible – you can easily add pages to any part of the admin area. Here’s a quick walk through on how you can add a tab to the content area and make sure it only displays for a specific page type.