DNN â€“ DotNetNuke: An open source Content Management Platform based on Microsoft .NET. DNN framework enables developers to do whatever they wish to do with the application framework commercially as well as non-commercially. DNN can be easily installed and hosted.
DNN (DOT NET NUKE) provides significant ease for administrators (portal owners, deployment and maintenance), content editors / content owners, developers (the technical team) and designers. In simple terms â€“ it is a no-nonsense CMS platform with significant flexibility.
DNN â€“ DotNetNuke â€“ Has several editions available.
The base version (DNN Platform) available has all CMS features available and is free to download and use.
The other version (which are paid versions) are based on DNN EVOQ platform. These have several additional features available. For better comparison, please navigate to this official link – http://www.dnnsoftware.com/compare-dnn
DNN originally used three tier architecture and has recently migrated from using exclusively Web Forms to also allowing MVC (Model View Controller) and Single-page application architectures. DNN provides facility to customise appearance by using skins and also can be extended using 3rd-party modules (available from other 3rd party sources at the Module store) or by doing custom development.
DNN provide the functionality required to create an e-commerce system, an intranet, a public web site or a custom web application.
If we look at the history the DNN application originally evolved out of another project â€œIBuySpy Workshopâ€ This application had been created by Shaun Walker as an enhancement to the IBuySpy Portal that started as a sample application for the .NET Framework.
Presently DNN comes in the preferred choice of many webmasters because of the advantages it provides. It has become a popular option/choice in the open source community. Moreover, it also facilitates change at all levels, which includes elements of style sheet as the colour, font type, bullets, etc., which enables in overall improvement in the appearance of content on the site / portal.
So overall, DNN is a simple administration which provides advanced features with powerful tools and large network support and offering simple deployment as well as cutting-edge technology.
What we do with DNN @ VES
- Analysis of System Canvas and evaluation of appropriateness for DNN
- Multi browser compatibility
- Custom module development and extensions
- 3rd party integration
- Social Media integration
- Helping migration from other platform to DNN
- Reskinning and Rebranding
- Deployment and administration
- Support as needed
Ask our experts about DNN implementation and customization!!
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