Comic.NET is a WebComic CMS written in ASP.NET and C#. It povides a flexible solution, easy to adapt to any kind of setup. It uses Textile formatting by default for news/blog entries. The Textile formatter is available as a standalone library.
FuzzyWeb is a lightweight ASP.NET framework that enables developers to quickly build web applications using a Model View Controller (MVC) architecture, resulting in more maintainable and more testable code.
ManagedFusion was built on the idea of having a single Web-Portal Core, that handles modules, security, themeing, and localization. A CMS, ERP, or CRM can be easily created with this powerful framework. Mono and .Net are supported.
A web-based RSS news feeds reader; it classifies hundreds of RSS news feeds into 10 categories from 30+ different News websites and uses Google News Search for users to search for specific news on the web. It is written in Microsoft ASP/C# .NET.
ASP.NET Web Site software for managing a public community of family members. Features include a family tree, personal blogs, rss feeds and subscriptions. Additionally, users can see summaries of all updates to families beneath a certain tree level.
An adaptive port of the Apache Struts framework to ASP.NET platform.
OmniPortal was built on the idea of having a web-portal-kernel, that could handle security, themeing, and localization. This means that you can create any web based system on top of OmniPortal (i.e. ERP, CMS, CRM) easily. Mono and .Net is supported.
These tools will help users undrestand the growth pattern of a wiki site. 1) A parsing tool that collect information from wikis 2) A series of web reports that display information about the wiki site Corrently only Editme.com wiki site is supported
Our project aims to create a set of ASP.NET web controls and applications that are commonly requested by programmers' groups and associations and use the power of collaborative work to tune and extend them to suit this purpose better.
mojoPortal is an accessible, compliant, extensible, cross platform, cross database, content management system CMS written in C# ASP.NET. If you know how to make an ASP.NET UserControl then you already know how to make a feature that plugs into mojoPortal
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