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    Dotnet nuke

    Hi,

    Please give me your suggestion for DotNetNuke (DNN) Development. What is the advantages of this.

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    your questions is bit vague. Advantage over PHP Nuke or just in general?

    It's a CMS system so it'll make your life easier as you don't have to code a CMS. I haven't used it much myself as I prefer to make my own CMS system tailored to our clients needs, but for general use, I'd imagine it would save you a lot of time.

    If you don't know ASP.NET, PHP might be better as there are more hosting options for PHP and I think they often have PHP Nuke already on their hosting solutions so you don't have to install it.

    I myself tend to stick to frameworks when coding in PHP, like CakePHP but most recently Zend, which I dig a lot. It's feels a bit closer to how I work when coding ASP.NET, as I can use parts of Zend for my needs, rather than being tied to a framework for everything.

    If you're looking for other CMS systems. There's the BlogEngine.NET for ASP.NET available on codeplex. Pretty nice. Also Umbraco, another fullfeatured CMS.

    For php, there are tons (Drupal, Joomla, Wordpress.etc)


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