In Part 2 of his Kentico Cloud article series, Bryan Soltis, Kentico Technical Evangelist, explains how to expand on more content types, add dynamic content, and how to update the site to display the new data.
In Part 1 of this blog series, Bryan showed you how to create content types in Kentico Draft, add content via the tool, and display it within an MVC site using Kentico Deliver. Part 2 includes expanding on the content types, adding more dynamic content, and updating the site to display the new data. It’s a good bit of code, but a simple process to get your site running with Kentico Cloud.
Check out part two of his blog here