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Using the Amazon cloud search sample, you can build the project from scratch and make it ready for further modification and adding of custom modules.
Sitefinity Iris extensions
Common functionality for Sitefinity CMS SDK samples
The Charity starter kit (Telerik Charity) can be used to quickly create an interactive and engaging non-profit website. Originally inspired by the Microsoft GiveCamp charity events, the Charity starter kit contains a suite of useful custom widgets and helps educate developers about Sitefinity.
The Event Logger sample project is a simple module demonstrating how to use the new EventHub to subscribe to data events in Sitefinity CMS.
Using the Empty Project sample, you can build the project from scratch and make it ready for further modification and adding of custom modules.
The Akismet sample project demonstrates how you can use the Akismet service to filter spam in forum posts and comments. The Akismet sample uses the Sitefinity CMS event architecture. On the event of creating or updating an item, the Akismet service is called to verify whether the item is spam or not.
The Book widget is a Silverlight-based widget that displays all images uploaded in a selected album of Sitefinity CMS Images library. The sample features a widget created with RadBook, part of RadControls for Silverlight suite that is delivered with the Sitefinity CMS SDK.
The Corporate Starter Kit project is primarily aimed at developers, as it showcases how a website can be scripted and created programmatically completely from scratch. Thus, the code examples in the kit are ideal for people who need to complete various tasks related to programmatic content and pages creation – for example, content migration scen…
The Testimonials sample project is a simple user widget-based module for maintaining a list of testimonials that are submitted by users.
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The Integration Tests sample project contains integration tests that you can run with the web test runner. This project is module-free.
The CoverFlow widget is a Silverlight-based widget that displays all images uploaded in a selected album of Sitefinity CMS Images library. The sample features a widget created with RadCoverFlow, part of RadControls for Silverlight suite that is delivered with the SDK. The RadCoverFlow is used to create a native Sitefinity CMS widget.
The Locations sample project is a content-based module for maintaining a list of locations, such as office addresses, branch locations, an so on. The sample demonstrates the basic functionality of a content-based module.
The Jobs sample project demonstrates how to create a jobs module that allows users to submit jobs applications.
Sitefinity openauthentication extension is an implementation for extending the Sitefinity's internal login to support external authentication providers like Facebook.
The Sitemap sample project showcases how to create a sitemap module that generates a search engine-friendly sitemap.xml file for your site. As a result, you can enjoy the SEO benefits of letting search engines know about your site structure.
The Products sample project is a module that provides product listings built on top of a native content-based module in Sitefinity CMS. Content-based modules themselves are based on Generic Content and reuse much of the functionality available for generic content.
Telerik International University (TIU) is a sample university website, which demonstrates how you can build an interactive and engaging university website using the default functionality of Sitefinity CMS. You can develop the website entirely through the Sitefinity CMS web-based UI
The sample illustrates how to use the built-in kendo transport of the client sdk. The transport is passed to the kendo datasource, which internally will use the web-services sdk to query the Sitefinity CMS services.
The sample illustrates how to import data from an external system using the Web services of Sitefinity CMS.
The external logging sample project demonstrates how to log Sitefinity CMS errors to an external application.