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The Exciting Path Ahead for DNN Corp

dnn keyboard - vucESW Capital acquired DNN Corp on August 25th, 2017. The press release announcing the acquisition is located here.

Please join DNN’s CEO, Andy Tryba for a Virtual User Conference/Webinar for DNN Corp customers. The agenda includes:

  • Introduction to ESW Capital
  • Why ESW Capitol chose to acquire DNN Software
  • Our philosophy for open source
  • Launch of Platinum support programs
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Sep 05
By: Joe Brinkman

A New Chapter for DNN

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Almost 15 years ago Shaun Walker released IBuySpy Workshop as a free product. Within just a few short months the product was open sourced and the name changed to DotNetNuke (and subsequently to DNN some years later). DNN has enjoyed much success over these past 15 years. The community grew rapidly and a thriving ecosystem sprung up around the project. Many of the most successful companies in the ecosystem got their start during the early years when DNN was still a bit immature and .Net was still relatively new.

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Aug 25
By: Joe Brinkman

Discover DNN Module Injection Filters

DNN for DevelopersFrom time to time I run across great little features in DNN that haven’t received a lot of coverage in the documentation. My new DNN for Developers video series will cover some of these hidden gems and show you how you can take your DNN coding skills to the next level.

This week I present a short video on DNN module injection filters.  In the last couple of months I have seen a couple of questions in the forums asking how you can hide a module based on some arbitrary module property.  Module Injection Filters were created just for this purpose.

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Dec 21
By: Joe Brinkman

Module Vendors: 5 Benefits to Creating Persona Bar Extensions

DNN-9DNN 9 is getting ready to launch this week and will provide a major improvement to the admin experience for DNN users.  The new Persona Bar removes many outdated administrative features and settings, and is faster and easier to use than the old admin tools available in the control panel. The feedback from our users has been overwhelmingly positive and I am personally looking forward to being able to use the new release on DNNSoftware.com.

The DNN 9 Persona Bar provides more than just a nice admin experience. It also provides a new extensibility point for DNN module developers to deliver administrative features to their users. If you are looking for a better way to build admin tools for your module, then you should look at the Persona Bar. Below are five benefits to creating Persona Bar extensions.

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Dec 05
By: Joe Brinkman

DNN 9 Persona Bar Source Code

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DNN 9 includes a brand new admin experience which provides a complete makeover of all the admin and host tools in DNN.  When we first started work on the Persona Bar it was a feature that only existed in Evoq Engage.  Since that initial release we have expanded the Persona Bars capabilities and moved it to Evoq Content, and with DNN 9 we are moving the Persona Bar experience to the DNN Platform. 

As part of moving the Persona Bar to DNN Platform, we needed to completely refactor the code so that we could move it from a commercial license to an Open Source license. In order to facilitate that refactoring we created a new project for the Persona Bar and all of the Persona Bar extensions. Once the refactoring was complete and the code sanitized of any commercial elements we were able to move the project into a clean repository.

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Oct 25
By: Joe Brinkman

DNN 9: Understanding the Persona Bar

DNN-9Have you ever used an application and found that you loved the user interface? That you actually found the application a pleasure to use? It seems like every year there is a new application or device with a fresh new UI that captures everyone’s attention. A great user experience can elevate an application above its competition.

In 2013 we began work on a project to rethink the DNN administrative experience. The goal of the project was to create an admin UI which was faster and more intuitive for users. The UI needed to be fully isolated from the rest of the site so that the admin design did not interfere with website themes or modules.

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Oct 21
By: Joe Brinkman

DNN 9: Rethinking the Admin Experience

DNN-9DNN has long had a unique approach to our content editing experience.  Many tasks in DNN can be accomplished without requiring a user to leave the page they are working on.  Creating a page and editing content is done fully within the context of the page you are building. This approach allows you to quickly and easily make content changes without have to flip back and forth between a content editing tool in one browser and the finished page in another browser.  The entire editing and review process occurs within a single browser window. Continue Reading »
Oct 03
By: Joe Brinkman

DNN 9 and the Future of the DNN Platform

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Two years ago, we began a discussion in the community about how to move the DNN platform forward.  Microsoft was hard at work on ASP.Net vNext, which was later renamed to ASP.Net Core.  At the time, I made the case for DNN making a radical departure from the Web Forms architecture that is the foundation of DNN today.  That new platform, DNN neXt, would have been built on .Net Core and would have benefited from much of the work the ASP.Net team was doing to modernize and cleanup .Net.

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Sep 26
By: Joe Brinkman

DNN Completes the Move to GitHub

DNN-OctocatOpen Source project hosting has seen many changes in the last 15 years.  When DNN first started, we had few options for hosting our source code and packaged releases.  We have been around long enough to see sites like GotDotNet, Google Code and others come and go.  Finding a reliable project host is an ongoing challenge. Even after you find a host, you need to be vigilant to ensure the host continues to offer the features and support you need for your project and your community.


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Aug 25
By: Joe Brinkman

And the Winner Is…

big-checkThe DNN 8 Module Challenge has come to a close and I am happy to say that we had some great modules submitted this year.  Not only did the entries provide great examples of how to build MVC and SPA modules for DNN 8, but we also had entries which pushed the boundaries on using tools and libraries like Bower, Gulp, React, Angular and others.  We had modules submitted by teams and individuals, and we even had a module submitted by a first time developer.

I want to congratulate each of our winners on a job well done.  The voting was close in each category and it was often just one or two details which separated the winners from the other entries.

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Mar 02
By: Joe Brinkman
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