NET 32 posts

Using DotNetNuke Professional to Build Your Public Facing Website

By Mike Johnston June 20, 2011 News & Headlines  Comments

DotNetNuke is the leading open source Web Content Management Platform for Microsoft .NET. and is quickly becoming the standard answer for mission critical web-based content management solutions world-wide. This webinar intends to show you some of the reasons why.  This webinar will show you how the Professional Edition features can help you get the most out of your public-facing website.… Read More →

Kentico Software Opens UK Office

By Mike Johnston April 19, 2011 News & Headlines  Comments

Kentico Software (, a Web content management system vendor, has opened an office in Wokingham, Berkshire, UK to further empower their position in the British and Irish markets.With more than 1200 implementations and 180 solution partners in the UK and Ireland, Kentico is already a leading CMS provider.… Read More →

Bitrix Site Manager ASP.NET launched

By Mike Johnston March 15, 2011 News & Headlines  Comments

Bitrix, Inc., announced the release of a new version of its content management system (CMS) today – Bitrix Site Manager ASP.NET 5.5, targeted at website content editors, designers and developers who prefer using the Microsoft ASP.NET platform for their web projects.Key changes in the new version include the availability of several quick-start solutions for typical website categories.… Read More →

DotNetNuke Corp. Announces Migration of the Core Platform to C#

By Mike Johnston March 1, 2011 News & Headlines  Comments

DotNetNuke Corp., the company behind the most widely adopted Web Content Management Platform for Microsoft .NET, announced its intention to shift the primary core development language for its award-winning DotNetNuke core platform from Visual Basic (VB.NET) to C#.The first official release of the DotNetNuke platform available in C# will be Version 6.0 which will be publicly available for users of the DotNetNuke Community, Professional and Enterprise Editions in Q2 2011, with the first Community Technology Preview available in early March.… Read More →

DotNetNuke Corp. Announces Acquisition of Social Collaboration Solutions Provider, Active Modules

By Mike Johnston February 25, 2011 News & Headlines  Comments

DotNetNuke Corp., the company behind the most widely adopted Web Content Management Platform for Microsoft.NET, announced its intention to migrate its award-winning DotNetNuke platform from Visual Basic .NET. to C#.Since 2004, Active Modules has offered ecommerce and social collaboration solutions for the DotNetNuke platform.… Read More →

Australian Web CMS firm revolutionizes CMS experience with new Product Release

By Mike Johnston February 15, 2011 News & Headlines  Comments

Elcom, One of Australia’s largest independently owned Web Developers, today announced the latest release of CommunityManager.NET (Version7.3) – its flagship enterprise Web Content Management software.CommunityManager.NET is utilized by over 500 organizations worldwide, and provides a secure and scalable framework which supports websites, intranets, ecommerce platforms, membership systems, mobile platforms and online training capabilities. Underpinning this latest version of CommunityManager.… Read More →

cmScribe Review - a slick combination of .NET and Ajax

cmScribe Review - a slick combination of .NET and Ajax

By Mike Johnston January 7, 2011 CMS Reviews  Comments

In a market that sometimes seems to be over saturated with vendors vying for your dollar, it's always interesting to see how the various vendors are changing to stay competitive.  cmScribe has been around for a number of years but has recently "pulled the current software apart and rebuilt it on the latest versions of .NET and Ajax to specifically address web developers workflow and UI expectations."I was offered an opportunity recently to take a look at the new product and here are my thoughts.… Read More →

Sitefinity 4.0 will be Launched with 4 new Starter Kits

Sitefinity 4.0 will be Launched with 4 new Starter Kits

By Mike Johnston December 9, 2010 News & Headlines  Comments

Telerik announced that they currently have 4 starter kits in development for Sitefinity 4.0.  When Sitefinity 4.0 is officially released (on January 14, 2011) these starter kits will be included with the Sitefinity Software Development Kit and will give everyone access to a wealth of resources and tools.The starter kits currently being developed are: Charity starter kit by Telerik Education starter kit by Telerik Intranet starter kit by Falafel Real Estate starter kit by ProPeople Charity Telerik has been a long time sponsor of GiveCamp.… Read More →