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All Posts Author: Tycho de Waard (SU)

Add module to all pages. Should you?

Every now and then, there are questions on how to use the 'Display Module on All Pages' feature of a module. And every time there is someone stating that the feature is buggy. I always wondered why as I never experienced issues. Yes, you need a bit of what is possible and what the parameters are but if you do, I think it's a great feature.

Assets for everyone (repost from corp)

As I started my career in 2000 working for a large non profit organization, I had to deal with a complex organization. Dozens of project teams, focus groups and task forces. And not just within our own organization, also as member of initiatives with other NGO's and the federal government. Our department (Online communication) was not just facilitating the website and CMS but also trying to have 40 editors to comply with our company house style. ... If I only had a CMS like DNN back then...

The super simple guide to Github

If you are not a coder by nature, Github is created by aliens. It first it makes no sense whatsoever. At a second glance it does not get better.
But I am Dutch, stubborn and determined to get involved. So, here is the Github for non-devs. No command lines. No power shell!

Review of Live StoreFront

What happens if one of the top developers within the ecosystem takes on the biggest challenge known to mankind?

It's done. Mandeeps has created his own e-commerce module. Tjep's digital agency has lots of experience with e-commerce (Magento, NopCommerce, Nbrightbuy/Openstore, HotCakes, SmithCart etc.) and created a review for you

 

 

Moving Forward DNN Platform 10.0: Growing Pains Lead To Improvement

As I look to the future with DNN.Platform we have an amazing platform, however, the platform has been growing for more than 15 years. With 15 years of growth, we have a number of things that have evolved that are "less than perfect' along the way. However, as we look to move into the future we have amazing things on the fore-front. .NET Core, Blazor, you name it we have a lot of new technologies that could be implemented that will help the platform grow. This growth, however, will not come without a few growing pains along the way, so it is worth discussing on a regular basis to keep everyone on the same page. One of these growing pains are continued API management which can cause upgrade issues, we want to plan ahead so let's dive into what is coming.

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