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Jeroen Kenters
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Blog post: Adding Craft CMS to the mix - A story about craftsmanship and open source awesomeness. http://kenters.com/weblog/2014/05/28/adding-craft-cms-to-the-mix #modx #craftcms
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MODX Quick Tip: xPDO schema viewer

This MODX quick tip is about the xPDO schema viewer I created some time ago. Using this simple tool you can among other things easily check relationships between your objects, which is a lot easier then checking them in the XML source.

Try the MODX xPDO schema viewer/visualizer at:
http://schemaviewer.dev.kenters.com/

Want to learn more about MODX Revolution?
http://modx.com/
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There's also the Samson Meteor Mic, which I totally love. I compared it to my Logitech H330 headset and the webcam mic here: http://youtu.be/vNFhlf_CwEE (video is part of another video: http://youtu.be/95bZl-fOd_8 which is part of a tutorial series I'm creating)
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How I Create Video Tutorials - Audio Recording Equipment

In this video tutorial I share what audio recording equipment I use and why. The options we will cover are:
- your laptop's built-in microphone
- USB headsets
- USB microphones

I will also share what microphone stand I use (hint: you can buy it at Ikea :-)) and introduce the pop filter.
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How I Create Video Tutorials - Screen recording

In this video we finally start with the video recording process. For this I use Camtasia Recorder.

I will show you all the steps necessary for the way I do screen recording; starting at selecting the recording area all the way to saving the recorded file. I will also explain why I set options in a certain way and show you how to record system audio if you want to.
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Welcome to the first episode of 'Web dev stories'. It's great to be back and I can't wait to show you all the awesome stuff I have planned for you. Enjoy!
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CMS battle: MODX Revolution vs Craft CMS

In this CMS battle we will compare MODX Revolution and Craft CMS. MODX Revolution is the CMS I have used for quite some time now. Recently I heard a lot of good things about Craft as well. So, time to check them both out on the following 8 areas!

Round 1: Pricing / Licensing
Our first round is usually also the first thing people tend to check; what is this CMS gonna cost me? Let's find out!

Round 2: Learning the CMS
When you are new to any CMS, it helps a lot when you can find the info you're looking for easily. Let's see how that works.

Round 3: Templating
One of the first things you usually encounter when learning a new CMS, is templating. Let's check it out!

Round 4: Template fields
With templating out of the way, it's now time to see how we can add fields to use in those templates.

Round 5: Assets management
Maintaining a site, usually also means you'll have to manage at least some files. Let's see how the 2 compare in this area.

Round 6: Multi-site handling
I don't know about you, but most of my current projects involve at least a second language. One of my last projects even had 5 languages, each having 2 sites.

Round 7: Users and permissions
Your client does not get the same access level as you do of course. They should only get what they need to maintain the site, without any option to mess things up. Let's see if we can find a winner in this area.

Round 8: Adding features & Updating the CMS
It rarely happens that just the basic CMS installation is all you need. If it ever happens at all. So let's check how easy it is to add new features and how we are supposed to update our CMS.

Conclusion:
Some final words, because numbers don't tell you the full story.
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MODX is so ugly though.

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MODX OnElementNotFound tutorial

If you are like most developers, then you probably use some kind of IDE like PhpStorm to write your code. And you probably also use those files as static elements inside MODX. Since MODX 2.2.14 you can do this process a lot faster.

In this video tutorial I will first explain the 'classic' way of adding static elements. After we have noticed how much time this takes it is time to show you the magic way using the OnElementNotFound system event using a little MODX plugin.
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OMG you really enabled moneytizing (=ads) for your promo video? Yeah, that's gonna help sales a lot (not)!
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New blog post: How to create video #tutorials course

This week I started working on my new 'How I create video tutorials' course. In this course I explain how I create tutorials myself. I will also share what software and equipment I use.....

http://kenters.com/weblog/2014/03/15/how-to-create-video-tutorials-course
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How I create video tutorials - Meet Camtasia

In this video tutorial I will introduce the first software tool I use: Camtasia. While you can use free tools like Jing and Windows Movie Maker, Camtasia can do both video recording (Camtasia Recorder) and video editing (Camtasia Studio) which has been a huge time saver to me.
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Freelance web developer (MODX, Drupal, Craft CMS, PHP frameworks, etc),13 years of web development experience. 

I have done a lot of projects; from small 2 day projects to extremely large projects taking months to complete. So whatever you have in mind; let's talk!
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