Toolshed Tooltip #11 - DotNetNuke and Web Installer from Episode 2

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Do you want to create a website from scratch, maybe just knowing a little HTML? Or have a website you can update yourself without programming skills. Or modify a site by writing custom modules and skins? You will want to check out history in the making on the phenomenon of  DotNetNuke which is ASP.NET based.


What is it? A free open source, ASP.NET web portal application, DNN is the most popular open source project on the Microsoft platform.

Download Site: http://www.dotnetnuke.com/  (registration req’d)
Example Problem(s) it solves:
Easily create dynamic web content without having to be a web developer.
Create many portals from the same installation of DotNetNuke.
Rich application development platform with a provider architecture.
It is easily extensible with plug-in modules, skins, languages, providers, etc.

Installation Notes: Use the Web Application Installer: www.microsoft.com/web

Usage Notes: Supported by most ASP.NET hosting providers, requires an instance of Microsoft SQL Server on your hosted account.


This is the fourth of Tool Shed Tooltips released from Epsode 2 of the TV Show Russ Tool Shed presents... "It's All About The Tools" hosted by Russ Fustino and Co-Host Stan Schultes. Download code, ppt and demo script from http://code.msdn.com/toolshed for all episodes. Also, use the links on http://channel9.msdn.com/toolshed to download tools. Finally, check out some more great videos on the Developer Evangelist East site: http://channel9.msdn.com/dpeeast

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