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Entries for '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

Community Blog Guidelines

dodontThe DNN Community Blog should be a place not just for news and interesting information, but a source of conversation and sharing of ideas.  The Community Blog exists for DNN community members to post topics, and for other community members to provide the conversation via the comments.  The interaction between author and commenter is what makes blogging great! Continue Reading »
Feb 26
By: Joe Brinkman

Community Choice Awards Voting

Code2The DNN 8 Module Challenge entries are in and it is time to hear from the community.  The Module Challenge was intended to stimulate our developer community to create some great new modules that show off the power DNN 8.  We have some amazing entries this year and it will be interesting to see which module floats to the top as the community favorite.

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Feb 22
By: Joe Brinkman

Announcing the DNN Documentation Center

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Microsoft has always been viewed as a developer friendly company.  Almost every product they build is extensible and includes in-depth documentation. All of this documentation is maintained in the Microsoft Developer Network (MSDN), which is one of the premiere developer documentation centers in the world.

Since DNN was first created, thousands of pages of documentation and hundreds of videos have been created. Much of this documentation is available at various locations on DNNSoftware.com and in a few external sites. Documentation is available as help files, pdfs, wiki articles, blog posts, videos and PowerPoint slide-decks. Unfortunately, it is not always easy to find the information you are looking for, and when you do find it, it is not always clear if the documentation is up to date.

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Feb 18
By: Joe Brinkman

Submit Your Modules!

Code2The DNN 8 module contest is drawing to a close.  This afternoon I posted an update to the Module Contest page that includes updated contest dates and an official contest submission form.  I have already started to see some great entries come in and I’m looking forward to seeing what you have done.

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Jan 29
By: Joe Brinkman

DNN 8.0 Release Candidate

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DNN 8 is almost complete.  Later this week we plan to launch DNN 8. Today I am happy to announce that you can get an early peak at what we expect to be in that final build.  Go and download the DNN 8 RC now.

Since we released the Beta in December, the team has been hard at work closing out issues and generally working to ensure a solid, stable DNN 8 release.  In that time we have fixed 113 issues.  As a result we feel that DNN 8 is almost ready to go.

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Jan 11
By: Joe Brinkman

Extending the DNN 8 Module Challenge

Code2In October I announced the DNN 8 Module Challenge.  I challenged DNN developers to create modern DNN 8 modules using the new DNN 8 MVC and SPA module types. While I know that some developers were able to get started right away, others were waiting for new module templates to aid in building their modules.  Other developers were also waiting on certain platform features to be completed in order to build their modules. Our goal with the contest is to make it as easy as possible for developers to participate and to encourage development of modules that really show off the power of the DNN platform.

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Dec 21
By: Joe Brinkman

DNN 8 Beta Released

Community LogoDNN 8 has reached another major milestone. After more than 9 months of development, I am pleased to announce that DNN 8 Beta has been released.  In the month since DNN 8 CTP 7 was released, the team has spent a lot of time reviewing the features planned for DNN 8 and working to stabilize the release.

DNN 8 has a long list of features.  Since the beginning we have been very focused on delivering valuable features that address key developer challenges.  With the introduction of MVC and SPA module types, DNN 8 will provide more options for developers, and allow them to build modules using their .Net framework of choice.  In addition, we have been working to provide additional authentication options for developers using the DNN Service Framework.

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Dec 17
By: Joe Brinkman

DNN 8 CTP 7 Released

I am happy to announce that DNN 8 CTP 7 is now available for download.  DNN 8.0.0 CTP 7 is a minor upgrade from CTP 6 and primarily focuses on stabilizing the platform. This build provides numerous bug fixes and enhancements specifically related... Continue Reading »
Nov 10
By: Joe Brinkman

Announcing the DNN 8 Module Challenge

Code2Since DNN was first introduced in 2003, modules have been the primary method for building DNN extensions. While we have made many advancements in module development over the years, fundamentally, all modules have been based on the Web Forms framework. In DNN 8 we are introducing the MVC and SPA module types. These module types enable developers to break out of the web forms development paradigm and instead use modern web development practices and frameworks within the DNN platform. These new module types follow many of the standard conventions for MVC and AJAX based development, while still providing full integration with the DNN platform. These new modules types are designed to give developers more choice in how they build DNN modules. Continue Reading »
Oct 07
By: Joe Brinkman
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