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Enterprise Extension Development with DotNetNuke Part Four - Environment & Testing by IowaComputerGurus Host
If you have been following this blog series you will know that we have been making strides from the basics of what we are trying to accomplish under the term Enterprise Extension Development in the part one post. In parts two and three we continued the trend and talked about project structure, NuGet, and overall organization. If you have been following along since the beginning I'm sure that you have a number of questions. I know I've been getting a lot of e-mails asking about various parts of the process now that we have setup our projects in a manner that doesn't necessarily match to what you would expect for working with DNN. So lets continue the discussion with a little recap of what we have accomplished so far, then we will answer the questions.
Blog System Changes by Mitchel Sellers
Just a quick update on the blog system here on MitchelSellers.com. As you all might have noticed almost all of the articles as of today 10/6/2013 show no comments. Due to the exponentially increasing number of spam style comments that I was receiving through the existing platform on this site I've been forced to switch to a different comment platform. This means...
Enterprise Extension Development with DotNetNuke Part Three by Mitchel Sellers
This post is a continuation of my ongoing Enterprise Extension Development blog series talking about how to effectively leverage DotNetNuke in complex environments. In Part One we set the stage for why it is important to look at Enterprise Development slightly differently. In part two we started on the slight differences to basic project structures needed to ensure that we can "Compile Anywhere" and move our projects quickly between machines etc. In this part of the series we will take a look at your code structures within, to handle interdependencies etc successfully.
Enterprise Extension Development with DNN Part Two by Mitchel Sellers
A few weeks ago I set the stage for this series of posts with my Enterprise Extension Development with DotNetNuke Part One post. This article, the next in the series, ended up getting delayed a bit. As many of you know there has been a lot changing within the DotNetNuke world, as all of this unfolded my priorities were pulled from these posts to other areas of concern. Now, I'm back on these posts and want to make sure to dive into this in detail. In the first post of the series I covered the high-level details. The reasoning behind this series, and the main goals that I hope to accomplish by putting this information out there. This post is dedicated to the development environment, and development structure for our projects.