Wiley Publishing is excited to announce the release of “Professional DotNetNuke ASP.NET Portals"
Wiley Publishing is excited to announce the release of “Professional DotNetNuke ASP.NET Portals,” a hands-on guide covering all aspects of administering and developing projects with DotNetNuke. Written by the creator and programmers of the DotNetNuke project, this book offers beginners and professional developers comprehensive instructions, real-world scenarios, and insightful techniques for creating ASP.NET sites quickly and efficiently using DotNetNuke.
The first part of “Professional DotNetNuke ASP.NET Portals” (Wrox Press; June 2005; $39.99; ISBN: 0-7645-9563-6) gives readers a thorough overview of DotNetNuke, discussing its history and evolution as an open-source content management system. In a step-by-step manner, the authors guide users through setting up DotNetNuke on a server, and using it in different real-world hosting situations. From there, the book discusses the features that make DotNetNuke an ideal choice for creating dynamic content managed Web sites, detailing its flexible framework, its powerful set of built-in modules, and its adept management of user membership and permissions.
The second part of the guide is aimed at DotNetNuke development. DotNetNuke provides the developer with a highly flexible architecture for rapid application development (RAD) of Web applications using the module provider. “Professional DotNetNuke ASP.NET Portals,” introduces the DotNetNuke application architecture, and then gets into developing modules for the framework. In addition to module development it covers developing skins for any DotNetNuke web site using some of the common tools available.
The DotNetNuke open source application is sweeping through the ranks of ASP.NET and Web developers. Whether they’ve never programmed their own Web sites before or they are experienced ASP.NET developers, readers will find DotNetNuke and this book have something to offer.
About the Authors
Patrick J. Santry (Erie, PA), Shaun Walker (British Columbia, CA), Joe Brinkman (Leesburg, VA), Dan Caron (Connecticut), Scott McCulloch (Wollongong, Australia), Scott Willhite (Seattle, WA), and Bruce Hopkins (Powder Springs, GA) are all members of the DotNetNuke development team. Shaun is the creator of DotNetNuke and Patrick, Joe, Dan, and Scott Willhite comprise the DotNetNuke Board of Directors with Shaun. Patrick and Shaun are all Microsoft ASP.NET MVPs. In addition to their programming jobs, the authors are also active in INETA (the International .NET Association), speakers at conferences, and magazine writers.
DotNetNuke is an open-source content management system ideal for creating and deploying projects such as commercial websites, corporate intranets and extranets, and online publishing portals. It is also a project with a vision: to evolve its software through human participation and the sharing of knowledge.
DotNetNuke is provided as open-source software, licensed under a BSD-style agreement. In general, this license grants the general public permission to obtain the software free-of-charge. It also allows individuals to do whatever they wish with the application framework, both commercially and non-commercially, with the simple requirement of giving credit back to the DotNetNuke project community. http://www.dotnetnuke.com
About Wrox Press
Written by actual programmers, Wrox books offer the benefits of real-world experience and road-tested examples that really work. “Beginning” books provide a complete working knowledge of the subject, using hands-on lessons and proven training techniques. “Professional” and “Expert One-On-One” books are loaded with practical, focused information from leading technology experts. “Programmer’s Reference” books are invaluable for their detailed, on-the-job reference support. “Problem-Design-Solution” books analyze development problems programmers encounter and supply solutions that work. Wrox books, an imprint of Wiley, help programmers get the job—then do the job better. For more information, please visit http://www.wrox.com.