A Good Open Source Cms For Multilingual Community Site?
May 27, 2010
I'd like some recommendations for a good open source CMS . I need it for developing a multilingual (Hebrew/Arabic/English) community site. I'm familiar with ASP.NET and would like to stay within this framework.
I am looking to make the jump from PHP and Flash/Flex to .net and Silverlight (maybe not a full jump, but I want to be ready when Silverlight takes the lead from Flash)I'm looking for the common/trusted mvc framework most people use/support and is potentially backed by microsoft
In PHP we have Zend Framework http://framework.zend.com/ this is backed by key contributors to the PHP languageIn Flex we have the Cairngorm framework http://opensource.adobe.com/wiki/display/cairngorm/Cairngorm (developed by Adobe consulting) backed by Adobe the creators of Flex
There of course are other frameworks for both PHP and Flex, but a much smaller population base even if they offer some nicer things individually, they lack frequent updates or community support.So my question is, what is the "accepted standard" framework that people use with .net and/or silverlight?
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i know MVC is the future but for some of us still stuck in the good old webform land, i'm trying to learn how to do TDD and introduce better testing for our current application...
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