Next steps in MVC development

At this point, you have basic knowledge of how to build a simple website using Kentico MVC development. You know how to install Kentico in the MVC development model and define content-only page types to add data to your website. You also know how to display the content of pages on the live site, as well as create a dynamic navigation menu in a separate MVC application.

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Take an e-learning course

We highly recommend attending our e-learning course, Kentico MVC for Developers, which walks you through the process of building a website more thoroughly, while providing best practices, tips, and optimization tactics.

In the e-learning course, you will create a more complex medical clinic website.

Besides other topics, you’ll learn how to:

  • Develop an MVC application using enterprise-scale development patterns.
  • Define the website’s page types and the overall content structure.
  • Display Kentico content on a performant MVC front-end website.
  • Build MVC widgets that let editors create pages in a near-WYSIWYG style.
  • Create custom components for online forms.
  • Build infrastructure that lets visitors register and access secured sections of the front-end MVC website.

Find out more about the course and sign up at Kentico MVC for Developers.

Engage in the community

Take a look at, where you can find the latest Kentico articles, released hotfixes, a questions & answers section and also a form to submit support issues.

Learn how to deliver projects with Kentico

The Kentico Advantage guide will walk you through all phases of delivering a successful web project. This resource leverages the collective experience of our solution architects to identify best practices as well as pitfalls through every stage of a project.

Note that some information in the guide may not apply to the MVC development model.

Continue learning

To continue learning how to build a website, see the following recommended topics:

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