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Nov 2021 SoFri: Joe Craig & Intermodule Integration

Nov 2021 SoFri: Joe Craig & Intermodule Integration

Have you ever wanted to get data from a module and display it in ways that don't exist? Here I will show you one way that I have used code (tables, classes, and methods) from one module to create a somewhat different module view than envisioned by its developers. I will talk about (and maybe even demonstrate) ways that this approach can be extended to other modules.

Sitecore: the premium CMS?

Sitecore: the premium CMS?

When I started my company (Tjep's digital agency) in 2017, I did this with 100% DNN in mind. But in reality I get caught up in projects with other CMSses as well. Actually, I did several consultancy projects where I could analyze the pros and cons of Drupal, Kentico, Liferay, Umbraco and many more. The one blind spot was Sitecore. That changed a few months ago.

Southern Fried DNN User Group Oct '21 - Aaron Lopez (Tailwind CSS) & Jeremy Farrance (2sxc StruXtured Content)

Southern Fried DNN User Group Oct '21 - Aaron Lopez (Tailwind CSS) & Jeremy Farrance (2sxc StruXtured Content)
In this session, Aaron introduces you to a radical new way of developing User Interfaces so you too can create the most beautifully designed, the most incredibly performant, the most easily maintainable, flexible, powerful, and enjoyable-to-build websites you can using Tailwind CSS. In Jeremy's 2sxc focused session, he shows what you can really do after you've learned enough about 2sxc to build truly useful Structured Content apps.

SouthernFried DNN User Group Sept '21 - Timo Breumelhof (OpenContent Use Cases) & Jay Mathis (Structured Content In DNN)

SouthernFried DNN User Group Sept '21 - Timo Breumelhof (OpenContent Use Cases) & Jay Mathis (Structured Content In DNN)

September 2021's Southern Fried User Group Meeting - Timo Breumelhof shows some interesting use cases to demonstrate ways you can (mis)use Open Content. Jay Mathis talks about structured content and the DNN community project for DNN-core structured content

Convincing developers to use Structured Content

The following was originally written in the DNN Open Help Slack on a thread where developers were discussing the merits of structured content in DNN. This was my response to people who were hesistant about using structured content modules, like 2sxc. This has been edited since the original response.

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