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An Illustration of building blocks

Introducing Blocks

50 mins

Join the Zengenti team who will guide you through the new Blocks feature.

Join the Zengenti team who will guide you through the new Blocks feature.

About this webinar

We’ll take you through how to launch a new site using Blocks. Blocks are self contained packages of code, related dependencies, and configuration files needed to run as independent parts of your site or application.

We'll also go through how you can use any programming language of your choice and how to ensure new code is automatically tested.

Key takeaways

  • You’ll see an overview of the new Blocks UI.

  • Gain an understanding of CI and how it fits into the Block workflow.

  • Learn how to integrate UI tests into your development workflow.

  • And, how to manage and release changes safely even if you're not a developer.


Richard ChiversCEO

Richard is one of the cocreators of Contensis and Zengenti’s CEO. He looks after all the teams at Zengenti. Being a developer at heart, he occasionally likes to push the odd side project.

Jon MooreCustomer experience engineer

As a customer experience engineer, Jon works with customers and Zengenti teams to build tools that make people's lives easier. He has extensive experience in web development and Contensis integration and implementation.

Simon HoranChief product officer

Simon is our chief product officer. He looks after the development teams that build our products. He and Richard Chivers have built up Zengenti as a business since its start. His background is in back-end code and architecture.