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omar
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# Posted on: 18-Nov-2006 22:19:23.  
I am not typically a web developer but having gone through building 3 portals using DNN, I started to think that there should be a better way to do this Angry

The main reason the guys in my team want to use DNN is that it gives them so much functionality out of the box but I still think that DNN is a pain for internet based portals (opposed to intranet portals which is what DNN is designed for in the first place)

Now I know FRANS is releasing HnD's source code so that we would have a great forum engine to add to a vanilla ASP.NET based website so what I am hoping for is an ASP.NET based Blog engine that can also be integrated into an ASP.NET based website.

I want to also know if there any other ASP.NET based CMS frameworks that can be used as a framework in an ASP.NET development rather than constraining the development experience to DNN's way of doing things.
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Kris
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# Posted on: 19-Nov-2006 08:47:44.  
Omar,

Check http://www.umbraco.org . They are releasing version 3.0 soon. The beta is already available.



 
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