Published on Thursday, November 13, 2014
Here is a compilation of significant points learned during the DNNcon last weekend.
Sessions I attended
Sessions that they taped (that should be available in a few weeks online)
(editor's note: for a list of all sessions while it's still listed, visit DNNcon.com.)
Author: Phil Wegrzyn
Categories: Chicago Area DotNetNuke Users Group
11/13/2014 12:46 PM
Personally, I wouldn't go the route of using Angular. React.js (Facebook) and Knockout.js are both much more friendly and stable for enterprise-level applications. Angular's circular dependency makes it very difficult to develop against and troubleshoot, but it has a much more active community since it's backed by Google. Knockout.js appears to also continue to have solid support in the Microsoft ecosystem and by Microsoft themselves.
8/25/2018 4:07 AM
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3/4/2020 6:53 AM
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3/4/2020 7:05 AM
I Attend many DNN events where I gain much knowledge. As a Module Developer, I would suggest others to attend their events.
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3/13/2020 1:58 AM
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4/10/2020 9:18 AM
Great discussion about DNN searchers.
4/10/2020 9:25 AM
With the help of the CSS file along with the DNS framework, we can see the appearance of the site in a visual form and we can see how the content is organized on the website.
4/16/2020 8:15 AM
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