1. DotNetNuke Module Programming (2009)
Professional DotNetNuke Module Programming details the development techniques needed to work within the DotNetNuke framework. Emphasis is placed on the available methods to extend the framework, as well as the situations and rules governing when each respective extension model should be used. Along with this emphasis on selecting the right extension method, the book stresses leveraging the framework in as many areas as possible, and ultimately using the framework to the advantage of the developer.The reader should have a working knowledge of standard ASP.NET development techniques and terminologies. Samples in the book are provided in both C# and Visual Basic (VB).
Author(s): Mitchel Sellers, Shaun Walker
2. Building Websites with DotNetNuke 5 (2010)
Author(s): Michael Washington, Ian Lackey
3. DotNetNuke For Dummies (2007)
Do you want to develop Web sites without the help of a programmer? Lucky for you there’s DotNetNuke, a content management system that allows you to build and maintain dynamic Web sites just by using a Web browser. DotNetNuke For Dummies helps you get down to business and shows you how to create a user-friendly Web site. You’ll find out how you can build and manage a flexible, versatile site with all the advantages an open-source application offers, use convenient modules, build a community, and save some money at the same time. This book features cool new modules that will meet every Web site’s need, both commercial and personal. With DotNetNuke For Dummies, you’ll get up to speed with this wonderful online tool and create your own corner of the World Wide Web!
Author(s): Lorraine Young, Philip Beadle
4. DotNetNuke Skinning and Design (2007)
DotNetNuke is an open source framework built on top of the ASP.Net platform. While this system offers an impressive set of out-of-the-box features for public and private sites, it also includes a compelling story for folks who want to present a unique look and feel to visitors. The skinning engine inside of DotNetNuke has strengthened over the course of several years and hundreds of thousands of registered users. The success of its skin and module developer community is another key indicator of the depth and breadth of this technology. The Core Team responsible for the DotNetNuke brand has gone to great lengths to enable a predictable and positive experience for both the visitors of the site and the developers who build them. This book takes you through the process of designing a skin for a site.
Author(s): Andrew Hay, Shaun Walker
5. Windows Developer Power Tools (2006)
Software developers need to work harder and harder to bring value to their development process in order to build high quality applications and remain competitive. Developers can accomplish this by improving their productivity, quickly solving problems, and writing better code. A wealth of open source and free software tools are available for developers who want to improve the way they create, build, deploy, and use software. Tools, components, and frameworks exist to help developers at every point in the development process. Windows Developer Power Tools offers an encyclopedic guide to more than 170 of these free tools to help developers build top-notch Windows software from desktop applications to web services.
Author(s): James Avery, Jim Holmes
6. DotNetNuke 5 User’s Guide (2009)
An authoritative introduction to implementing DotNetNuke Web sites, by experienced DotNetNuke implementers and trainers.An impressive author team shows you how to easily build Web sites with a variety of content features – no programming experience required.If your goal is to build the site without worrying about the programming behind it, DotNetNuke 5 User’s Guide gives you exactly what you need. After developing a groundwork in the DotNetNuke framework and DotNetNuke as a content management system, it provides installation and administration information. Then it takes you step by step through a variety of use cases, implementation strategies, and configuration decisions for various sites.
Author(s): Christopher J. Hammond, Patrick Renner
7. DotNetNuke 5.4 Cookbook (2010)
Author(s): John K. Murphy
8. Professional DotNetNuke 5 (2009)
Author(s): Shaun Walker, Brian Scarbeau
9. Professional DNN7 (2015)
A variety of positive change has recently taken place in the DNN ecosystem, code base, and underlying technology. Professional DNN7: Open Source .NET CMS Platform provides thorough coverage of all aspects of DNN including the latest features, API’s, and updates. Looking to ramp up your knowledge of DNN7? If so, this book is for you! In this book, you’ll learn how to install, configure, administer, develop modules, and much more! DNN has undergone a significant transformation over the past 4 years.
Author(s): Shaun Walker, Bruce Chapman
10. DotNetNuke Skinning Tutorial (2008)
Author(s): Darren Neese
11. Professional DotNetNuke ASP.NET Portals (2005)
DotNetNuke, the popular ASP.NET open source application, is sweeping through the ranks of ASP.NET and Web developers. Whether you’ve never programmed your own Web site before or you are an experienced ASP.NET developer, you’ll find DotNetNuke and this book have something to offer you. You’ll get started with invaluable hands-on insight for installing DotNetNuke on the server and then move on to developing and administering portals created with DotNetNuke.
Author(s): Shaun Walker, Patrick J. Santry
DotNetNuke is a framework for creating and deploying web projects in ASP.NET 2.0. This book opens with detailed installation instructions for DotNetNuke, Visual Web Developer, and SQL Server 2005. This ensures that every reader, whatever their level or ability, has a working suite of tools that will see them through the rest of the book, and stand them in good stead throughout their ASP.NET 2.0 careers.
Author(s): Nick Symmonds