Daniel N. Egan's DotNetNuke Book Released

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If you work with ASP.NET and VB.NET, and want an interactive website, with forums, news and image management, where visitors can register, participate and contribute to your site, then DotNetNuke is the ideal solution for you.

Packt Publishing is pleased to announce that the first book on DotNetNuke, the free, open source evolution of Microsoft’s IBuySpy portal has been released. Written by experienced DotNetNuke developer, Daniel N. Egan, this book is your indispensable guide to creating content-rich websites with DotNetNuke 3.0, as quickly as possible.

The first part of this book gives you a deep understanding of working with basic DotNetNuke sites, guiding you through the features and giving you the confidence to create and manage your own site. After that, you will journey to the heart of DotNetNuke, and learn about its core architecture. From there, you will learn how to customize DotNetNuke sites through skinning and creating custom modules.

Enhancing your site with forums and ecommerce functionality, creating multiple sites and deploying your site, round off the book. You will master each of these topics as you leap into the development of a DotNetNuke 3.0 site.

Don’t be put off if you’ve got no experience with DotNetNuke however, according to Daniel N Egan, “Building Websites with VB.Net and DotNetNuke 3.0 offers the non technical person the ability to create and populate their own website without the need for a developer/webmaster. It covers all of the administrative functions that any user will need to know to run their own site.”

“The book is also written for vb.net developers that want to customize DotNetNuke. In addition to explaining the core architecture, it also demonstrates how to create custom modules, providers, and skins.”

This book is available now through Packt Publishing, for more details, please visit: http://www.PacktPub.com/book/dotnetnuke


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