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DotNetNuke (DNN) Resource Center

 

DotNetNuke Books
Professional DotNetNuke 4: Open Source Web Application Framework for ASP.NET 2.0, July 2006, by Shaun Walker, Joe Brinkman, Bruce Hopkins, Scott McCulloch, Chris Paterra, Patrick J. Santry, Scott Willhite, and Dan Caron. Discusses an inside look at the evolution of DotNetNuke, installing DotNetNuke, portal overview, portal administration, the control panel, configuring your portal, maintaining your portal, host administration, configuring your installation, managing portals as hosts, other host tools, module architecture, user content modules, managing modules, installing third party modules, DotNetNuke architecture, technologies used, provider module, custom business objects, architecture overview, security model, namespace overview, core DotNetNuke APIs, event logging, exception handling, scheduler, HTTP modules, module interfaces, security in ASP.NET 2.0, DotNetNuke membership overview, membership provider, roles provider, profile provider, client API, postbacks and view state, what is DotNetNuke client API, using the DotNetNuke client API, client-side script caching, client and server communication, client API's callback, client API-enabled DotNetNuke controls, localization overview, the API, localizing modules, beginning module development, planning your module project, starting development, developing modules with Visual Studio .NET 2005, the database layer, database design, database providers, data abstraction, the business logic layer, developing the business logic layer, defining the properties for the info class, creating objects using the controller class, the presentation layer, module user interfaces, DotNetNuke helper functions, skinning DotNetNuke, an introduction to DotNetNuke skinning, ASP.NET 2.0 master pages vs. skinning, file organization, processing pages and loading skins, packaging skins and containers, creating your skin, distribution, code add-ons, skinning add-ons, and language add-ons.

Professional DotNetNuke ASP.NET Portals, June 2005, by Shaun Walker, Patrick J. Santry, Joe Brinkman, Daniel Caron, Scott McCulloch, Scott Willhite, and Bruce Hopkins. Discusses an inside look at the evolution of DotNetNuke, installing DotNetNuke, portal overview, portal organizational elements, modules, user roles, portal administration, who is the portal administrator, the control panel, configuring your portal, maintaining your portal, hsot administration, who is the host, configuring your installation, managing portals as hosts, other host tools, module architecture, types of modules, management, DotNetNuke architecture, technologies used, provider model, custom business objects, security model, namespace overview, core DotNetNuke APIs, event logging, exception handling, localization, scheduler, HTTP modules, module interfaces, planning your module project, starting development, database design, database providers, data abstraction, developing the business logic layer, defining the properties for the info class, creating objects using the controller class, the presentation layer, module user interfaces, DotNetNuke helper functions, skinning DotNetNuke, file organization, processing pages and loading skins, packaging skins and containers, creating your skin, distribution, code add-ons, modules, skin objects, providers, skins, containers, language add-ons and language packs.

Beginning DotNetNuke 4.0 Web site Creation in C# 2005 with Visual Web Developer 2005 Express: From Novice to Professional, June 2006, by Nick Symmonds. Discusses the express and DotNetNuke combined, Microsoft .NET, before .NET, what .NET fixes, garbage collection, safe code, complete classes, common data types, .NET remoting, revision to configuration files, discontinued use of pointers, the evolution of DotNetNuke, DotNetNuke features, installation, basic C#, the C# integrated development environment, visual web developer (VWD), VWD IDE, adding more controls, DotNetNuke basics, a DotNetNuke review, how DotNetNuke works, the project, creating a DNN module, creating tables, enhancing the module, database layer, business logic layer, presentation layer, setting up the code transfer, editing the ViewTimePunch code, testing, DNN permissions and portals, managing the web site, managing portals, DNN hosting, installing a skin, security, creating a DNN skin, what is a skin, editing a skin, testing a skin, creating a container, Java and AJAX, steps and suggestions, ASP.NET development, more fun with DotNetNuke, and other DNN tricks.

Building Websites with VB.Net and DotNetNuke 3.0, February 2005, by Daniel N. Egan. Discusses what is DotNetNuke, installing DotNetNuke, user roles, pages, standard DotNetNuke modules, host and admin tools, understanding DotNetNuke core architecture, creating custom modules, creating DotNetNuke skins, enhancing your portal, deploying your DotNetNuke portal, creating multiple portals, and impregnation the provider model in DotNetNuke.

DotNetNuke for Dummies, January 2007, by Scott Willhite. Discusses how to install and deploy portals using DotNetNuke, installation on multiple operating systems, working with pages and modules, creating portals, using skins, administrating DotNetNuke, and handling host user responsibilities.

Building Websites VB.NET and DotNetNuke 4, August 2006, by Daniel N. Egan.

Beginning DotNetNuke Skinning and Design, November 2007, by Andrew Hay and Shuan Walker. Explains how DotNetNuke skins using CSS can be created in either ASP.NET or HTML and developed with web tools that create HTML/CSS or ASP.NET. Discusses using the DotNetNuke application framework with CSS and other site-layout technologies, appeal and functionality of websites. Also discusses how to package, install and remove a skin and more.

Professional DotNetNuke Module Programming , February 2008, by Chris Paterra and Shuan Walker. Discusses the best practices for DotNetNuke module development. Discusses ways to decrease development time using tools to automate parts of the process and increase efficiency. Other topics covered include DotNetNuke development tools and environment, database schema, building a module with 3-tier architecture (user interface layer, business layer and data layer), packaging, debugging, installing your module and more.

Pro Ajax and the .NET 2.0 Platform , July 2006, by Daniel Woolston. Discusses the best practices for DotNetNuke module development Examines how Ajax and the .NET Framework can work together. Discusses the XMLHTTP Request processes and the .NET 2.0 class libraries.

 

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Update :: October 31, 2014