According to Andy, Web Spotlight addresses the elephant in the room when it comes to utilizing a Headless CMS, which is, how can we expect our content teams to develop a website without a head to look at it with?
Check out the latest episode of Kentico Rocks to find out what developers need to know about implementing Web Spotlight, how to implement it in a .Net Core MVC project, and how it possibly changes your content model requirements. Brian and Andy both agree that ultimately, when implemented correctly, Web Spotlight by Kontent can take your Headless CMS site editing experience to the next level.
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In This Episode
Brian McKeiver and Andy Thompson discuss the following topics in Kentico Rocks podcast episode #35:
- What Web Spotlight is for Kentico Kontent
- What developers need to know about getting started with Web Spotlight
- A few pitfalls to watch out for
- How to integrate a .Net Core MVC site with the new Smart Link SDK
- A review of Andy's blog post and his custom tag helper for MVC Core
Related Links to this episode:
- Kentico Kontent as a Headless CMS
- Web Spotlight for Kontent
- Andy Thompson's MVP blog
- Andy's blog post on Web Spotlight
You can listen to the episode here on this blog post, it is embedded below:
You can also listen to the previous episode of Kentico Rocks where I interview Adam about getting started with Kentico Kontent and GatsbyJS.