ASP.NET MVC Based Portal CMS System to Create an Instant Website
DigiOz .NET Portal is a FREE web based portal CMS system written in ASP.NET MVC 5 in C# which uses a Microsoft SQL Database to allows webmasters to setup and customize an instant website for either business or personal use. List of Technologies used: - ASP.NET MVC 5 - Microsoft SQL Server - Bootstrap - HTML 5 - jQuery Demo Site: http://digioznetportal.digioz.net/ Source Code: https://sourceforge.net/p/digioznetportal/codenew/ci/master/tree/ Installation Instructions: https://sourceforge.net/p/digioznetportal/wiki/Home/ Help Wanted: If you are a developer, and wish to join the project, please email us at email@example.com.
The Official port of the STUNNING! CMS/CMFx "Drupal" to the .NET Framework. Combining The greatest open source CMS with the greatest development platform. It will have the same architecture and will support Drupal modules & themes out of the box.
CMS .NET in C# (gallery, forum, wiki, blog, multi site all in one)
CMS .NET in C#, Features: HTML5 + ritch snippets, Responsive Web Design, multi site, multi server, multi user, multilingual, gallery, forum, blog, wiki, all made in EASY, database-less stand-alone ("portable", no installation required!).
A .NET Twitter Library
Simple, Powerful, and Well-designed for LINQ We recommend using NuGet to install this library. https://www.nuget.org/packages/CoreTweet
A content management system (CMS) for social networks, especially for music communities.
A Open Source Social Network
Shout Out is a Twitter like site developed in ASP.NET and MySQL. Twitter simply de-mystified . Shout Out is Developed in ASP.NET, MySQL. User can shout, reshout, follow and more !
This project started at Microsoft Web Camps as a learning project from ASP.Net MVC 2.0 . The Idea is to be able to offer and request food grown in your area. Making the most out of urban food production.
Experimental project in crowd-sourced scrolling game development.
This project is an attempt to create a side-scrolling game on which multitudes of contributors can freely expand and enhance. We hope to see submissions of graphics, sprites, level designs, storylines, everything down to the fundamental mechanics of the game. And we hope that a rating system will help the best of the best evolve out of this project, generating an ever-growing and improving massive 2D game. The game runs in an HTML5-capable browser, so it's very easily accessible to a range of platforms. The "iota" in the title suggests that even small contributions from a large quantity of players can come together to make something great. Being an experimental project, it may take a while to find the path, but let's see what we can work out.