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2/19/2016 2:11 PM
 

We, DNN Corp, will not be releasing a vNext based product in 2016. Although not set in stone, it is highly unlikely we will even start development on a vNext based version in 2016. 


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2/20/2016 6:05 AM
 
Tony Henrich wrote:
Sebastian Leupold wrote:
AFAIK there had been first investigations last year (mainly by Charles Nurse).

That work is about MVC modules and it's old stuff. 8.x already supports MVC modules (well some of MVC). vNext is pure MVC and no WebForms.

No, I know for sure he did some initial tests, but that took place before he had to leave DNN Corp.


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2/28/2016 8:53 PM
 
Chris Paterra wrote:

We, DNN Corp, will not be releasing a vNext based product in 2016. Although not set in stone, it is highly unlikely we will even start development on a vNext based version in 2016. 

These are very bad news since that means no shift to the essential new features ASP.NET 5.0 can provide. I knew that the old roadmap was too positive in thinking but this means no ASP.NET 5 until 2018 or later: two years (!) from now on. Very sad to hear that, I hope DNN will not stay behind.

 
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6/4/2016 10:07 PM
 
Personally, I believe that DNN should not drop support for current technologies until Microsoft themselves does. After all, that will kill all of the current modules we have right now. wwhy, after all, then, does microsoft have two aSP.net frameworks? Use new technologies where they are needed, not just because they're all the rage. I'm happy that the official consensus is to wait. In this way, everyone gets a chance to catch up, test rewrites of their modules, and what not.
 
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6/7/2016 1:40 PM
 
This is certainly an area where I think being conservative is wise. DNN isn't the new hot CMS... it's an established platform currently being used in a great variety of industries and deployments. I'd rather it move slowly on major transitions.
 
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