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Using SignalR with DotNetNuke Modules
Originally posted on ChrisHammond.com, all comments and discussion on this topic should be done there. This post will provide you with a basic tutorial for utilizing SignalR with custom DotNetNuke Modules. If you want to bypass the blog post go check out the source on GitHub, you can Fork my Repository. The module created here will be very simple, if you want a full blown module with more features be sure to check out the open source DotNetNuke Module SignalRChat, and see it in action at http://dnnCHAT.com/ SignalR is an ASP.NET library for using websockets and long polling in your applications. Basically what this means, is that you can have your web pages (or apps) maintain an open connection with a webserver, passing data back and forth, without having to do standard posts and gets for the content and functions. SignalR is a free library that you can get from www.signalr.net and you can DL from nuget.org right into your Visual Studio projects. ...
Using the new Module Development Templates for DotNetNuke 7
With the release of DotNetNuke 7.0 (and now the more recent 7.0.2), it was time to update my module development project templates . If you have worked with my module development templates before, here are the major changes for this release. If you haven...
New Visual Studio 2012 Project Templates for DotNetNuke
Earlier this month Microsoft put the bits up for Visual Studio 2012 RTM out on MSDN Subscriber downloads, and during the first two weeks of September they will officially be releasing Visual Studio 2012. I started working with VS2012 late in the release...
Including additional DLL’s in an MSBuild script for Module Packaging
Late last year I created a blog post and video about a new version of the module development template that I released on Codeplex . This new template uses MSBuild scripts instead of NANT scripts to automate the packaging process for the modules built...
DotNetNuke Sessions at the upcoming St. Louis Day of DotNet
So if you have been under a rock lately, you might not have heard about the upcoming St. Louis Day of DotNet event at the end of August, the 28th and 29th. I’ve been working the past few weeks to try to get some DotNetNuke sessions lined up, and so far...
DotNetNuke Wiki Module Update
(originally posted at http://www.dotnetnuke.com/Community/Blogs/tabid/825/EntryId/2291/DotNetNuke-Wiki-Module-Update.aspx ) So it has been a while since I've done a blog post talking about the Wiki module, it is definitely time! The Wiki project is still...
DotNetNuke Training, now available on DVD
Back in January of this year I took a trip out to Connecticut and spent a week recording some of our DotNetNuke Training on DVD with none other than Carl Franklin of .NET Rocks fame. It was a fun week, Carl has an amazing studio going out there. What...
Connecticut DotNetNuke User Group meeting January 13, 2009
I’m proud to say that I am going to be presenting at the January meeting of the CT DNN User’s group! It’s 1/13/2009 at Profitec / Prescient, One Barnes Park South, Wallingford, CT 06492 . If you’re in the area and want to learn how to quickly get into...
Looking for DotNetNuke Modules? (minor rant, hopefully an informative post)
I’m going to start this blog post off with a minor rant about purchasing DNN modules, and had intended to follow that up with a discussion on the evolution of the DotNetNuke ecosystem customer, but both topics have grown larger than initially planned...
Another day of OpenForce, I hope it doesn’t end!
Wow, I must say anyone not attending OpenForce here in The Netherlands this week is missing out (sorry Alex!). It has been a great conference, lots of great people to meet and ideas to discuss. I just finished my last session and came upstairs to change...
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