Introduction to DotNetNuke
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by Rajdeep Mukherjee
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The History of DotNetNuke

The DotNetNuke application was developed in December 2002 from another application called "IBuySpy Workshop" that was created by Shaun Walker (of Perpetual Motion Interactive Systems Inc) as an enhanced version of IBuySpy Portal (IBS) starter kit offered by Microsoft (January 2002) at that time. IBuySpy Portal from Microsoft was a sample application for the .NET Framework. The naming of this framework comes from the combination of two words: ".Net" (the .NET technology) and "Nuke" (derived from the then other popular frameworks like PHP-Nuke, PostNuke etc). The DotNetNuke Corporation of the US and Canada reserves the registered trademarks of "DotNetNuke" and "DNN." There were several releases since its inception and the current version is 4.5. As of today, DotNetNuke continues its stand as an open source project with a dedicated corporation patronizing its further research and enhancements. It has a global community with almost 450,000 registered users.

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Title: OLD   
Date: 2007-08-16 1:32:16 PM
Nothing is new in this article. Please stop wasting time on old softwares that most of us already know. Not sure why Rajna and Ravi are impressed with this article.
Title: Very Informative   
Name: Rajna P Doran
Date: 2007-08-16 6:14:42 AM
The article is very informative, contains summarized information about DotNetnuke and can be a good treat for beginners to this new technology. This article should not be confused as a promotional article for Dotnetnuke as commented by some other readers, neither it is meant for
developers already knowing the basic concepts of this technology, and can only be treated as a bag of useful, introductory information on this new technology, ideal in providing an overview of its concepts and features. Looking forward to similar articles on latest technologies.
Title: Ravi   
Name: Ravi
Date: 2007-08-16 5:45:36 AM
Excellent article, well organized. Keep it up!
Title: open source joke - links all go to pay for places   
Name: dnnster
Date: 2007-08-15 11:47:43 PM
So much for open source - this information looks old and every link you have to pay for things. Some of these words look copied from sites. why is nothing sent to the free resources that are around to help promote dotnetnuke. this article looks like a 'pay for comment' article. thumbs down here
Title: Installation   
Name: TheDoctorGp
Date: 2007-08-14 8:02:11 AM
All speake about but no one tell how install.

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