In this section we'll look at how to extend the core framework, either by using extensions, or by adding custom controllers and views to the manager interface. This section is primarily intended for developers.
Even though you can use the manager interface to define the different page and post types available, sometimes it's simplifies deployment to define them in code. In this article we'll look at how you can define your types using standard .NET classes.
Extensions mostly used to attach custom pieces of information or functionality to one of the existing entities. In this article we'll look at how extensions are built and to create new ones.
Sometimes working with regions and extensions isn't enough to support the data structure you need in your application. In this article we'll look at how to add custom entities to the manager interface.
In many cases your application will need other types content in your application the the content administrated from manager interface. In this article we'll take a look at how you add your own views to the manager menu.