C# - What Is The Best Cutting Edge .Net Open Source CMS
Nov 20, 2010
I'm MCPD developed DOTNETNUKE CMS for 2 years ago in many websites and applications for government, organizations and business companies ,It's very good CMS but its using the old ASP.net fashion with low performance.Now I'm looking for a new cutting edge open source CMS which having the following features :
- High Security
- High Performance
- Using the latest technologies
- Stable and up to date
- Free for commercial use
After a small research I've found Umbraco and MojoPortal ,
I couldn't decide where would be the most apprioate. I looking for an online source control site, if such a thing exists? I've checked out codeplex and thats really for open source projects ? which this isn't. does anyone have a recommendations?
I've been googling for an open-source simple CMS system. I've found a lot of projects that seems to have dead-ended or haven't been updated in some time. Just wondering what other people may be using right now as lightweight alternatives to DNN et al?
We are looking for a ASP.NET Rich Controls Library. We don't have much budget to spend. We are looking for a decent choice which give a rich feeling to our application, works and reliable.What are the best available options on ASP.NET Controls Library which are free and has good support online?
I learning ASP.net, and am looking to create a rather straightforward WebForms ASP.net application, but I have very limited examples to work with. Is there a site that has a lot of ASP.net WebForms projects that are downloadable?Books seem to focus on narrow aspects of using Webforms, like session control, or using master pages, but I'm looking for examples of how a whole app comes together.Or, better yet, is there someone willing to help a new developer out one-on-one by sharing a project or two of his?
is there any free open source Widgets (iGoogle-like widgets) framework for ASP.NET that I can build my own widgets with and can be used for commercial use (sites developed with it can be sold).I checked dropthings and Kalitte but they require a licence.
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?
I am looking for an open source CMS for ASP.NET MVC. I have found MvcCms, N2, and AtomicCMS. I'm looking for any advice, anecdotes, resources or articles comparing the different open source projects so I can find the best one for my project. I'd like to find information about the features, extensibility, relative reliability and continued development of the different projects.
I am looking for a open source site in which I can post jobs and Apply for jobs and it have feaures like [URL], i have gone thorugh Job Site Starter Kit but it offers very limited features can some one tell me some open source software for recruitment site.
I am looking for an open source, Windows, .NET based, CMS. I have a few simple requirements:Must run in or be built on the .NET 4 framework Users must be able to automatically authenticate via IIS / integrated windows authentication Must be able to utilize custom pre-built (existing) user controls presented as widgets / web parts / etc. with a minimum of re-coding.I have looked through a handful of open source CMS projects with no luck so far. If anyone knows of a CMS that fits the bill I would really appreciate your insights.
I want to take a file...say [URL]. It's not my site, it's some other site. I want to be able to open the HTML page source and look at it and possibly parse through it for something. I don't want to change it or do anything like that, I just want to parse through it.
Here's what I want to use it for. I want to grab the box score for a particular game, parse through the HTML source code and grab the individual stats for each player. Then use those numbers in my web app. I've done it for VB6 where it downloads the html file to my computer, opens it up and goes through it. But I'm not sure how to make it work on the web side. Does it make a copy of the html page on my site, then open it and parse it or is there some other way to go through it. I'm not sure really sure how to start it.
Sharepoint's lists functionality is powerful. Because I don't want all the other functionality of Sharepoint, I have been looking for an alternative (preferrable open source) without much success.
Basically I want to have a platform or web application that:
allows us to define custom datatypes (for different kinds of customer products) has the possibility to create views or forms to present to the user for reading, creating or updating the information of the items of a given datatype a ui to setup this configuration is not required but would be nice to have
In an ideal scenario there is an API to get the data out afterwards for further processing.
I was trying to create a Document Viewer that will support multiple Office Documents like (OpenOffice, Microsoft Office, PDF, and TIFF).Does anyone has an idea how to do this without using Flash or any software that will require a browser to download something? I am also looking for an Open Source Embeddable Document Viewer - Non Flash like the ff. Google Docs Viewer - [URL] viewer Zoho Viewer - [URL] Can any one give me so that I can start my project not from scratch.