These days I’m using .NET Open Sources software at my best level. You won’t believe I’ve used BlogEngine implementations for 3 clients this month. Not exact the BlogEngine but its implementations in some other implementation.
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BlogEngine.NET is an open source ASP.NET project that was born out of desire for a better blogging platform. Which focused on simplicity, ease of use, extendibility and innovative design while taking advantage of the latest .NET features.BlogEngine.NET is easily customizable. It has many downloadable themes, widgets, and extensions or you can make your own with some basic .NET skills. With BlogEngine.NET, it is easy to make your blog look and function exactly how you’d like.Since it is open-source, source code is available free to download, deploy and customize. Just click here to download your copy today.Download Complete Source Code
- Other Apps
nopCommerce is an open source ecommerce software that contains both a catalog frontend and an administration tool backend. nopCommerce is a fully customizable shopping cart. It's stable and highly usable. From downloads to documentation, nopCommerce.com offers a comprehensive base of information, resources, and support to the nopCommerce community.
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