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Southern Fried DNN User Group (Formerly Queen City DotNetNuke User Group QCDUG) blog covers DNN topics addressed by the usergroup at meetings, conventions and for the DNN community for North Carolina, South Carolina and the DNN community at large!
 


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SoFri October Meeting - DNNSharp's Plant An App

SoFri October Meeting - DNNSharp's Plant An App
Bogdan joined us this month to show off the exciting new App Builder from DNNSharp. The App Builder module orchestrates DNNSharp modules to build web applications in a simplified and robust way.
 

DNN Summit Saber 2019

DNN Summit Saber 2019
This year I continued with the etching work that was done on last years sabers. That previous etching was left "blind etched" so that it was the silver aluminum color and could be seen in detail at close inspection and while rotating the hilt. This year, to help it stand out more visibly, I worked with a longer acid/electric etching time that cut a deeper etch, leaving room for the space to take black enamel paint for a finished edge that is smooth to the touch and highly visible for the DNN logo!
 

Options for URL Redirects in DNN

In today's Southern Fried DNN User Group meeting, I'm going to go through an overview of that DNN Core version of the iFinity URL Rewriter as well as discuss two DNN Modules which help with redirect handleing and settings, as well as a set of Web.Config edits to help your DNN site handle other types of extensions for 404 processing such as html and jpg files.
 

SPECIAL EDITION - Interview with Andy Tryba, New CEO @ DNN Corp

SPECIAL EDITION - Interview with Andy Tryba, New CEO @ DNN Corp
In this DNN special edition meetup, we sat down with Andy Tryba, the new CEO of DNN Corp, post-acquisition by ESW Capital. In an August 25, 2017 DNN community blog post by Joe Brinkman, Andy was quoted as follows. "For over a decade, the DNN open source community has been instrumental in delivering solutions that customers value. I look forward to embracing the community further to accelerate innovation and re-energize the power of open source." – Andy Tryba
 

SoFri February Meeting, DNN Packager Presentation

SoFri February Meeting, DNN Packager Presentation

Developers will often have fantastic ideas for new DNN extensions, but setting up a project in Visual Studio that allows them to be productive can be a dark, long and winding road. One must step very carefully to avoid MSBuild errors, missing target's files, and the popular "where is my ZIP file?".

For the uninitiated developer, it can lead to a dampened spirit, and for a truly feeble developer, a desire to give up and try out some other CMS instead.

Even for veteran developers, solutions based on DNN can often contain hundreds of modules, and there is a need to be as DRY as possible in everything you do. Long winded, repetitive setup tasks that involve manual steps are to be avoided at all costs.

In this session, Darrell Tunnell introduces an open source solution to this issue, called "DnnPackager" and shows just how easy it is to get up and running productively in Visual Studio.

 

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The Southern Fried DNN User Group meets the Third Thursday of Every Month to discuss DotNetNuke tips, topics and camaraderie. The group is for DNN developers, administrators and users, and for everyone interested in learning more!

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