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Short Reviews Dotnetnuke versus Joomla

DotNetNuke is one of the most popular ASP.NET cms application and Joomla is the No.1 PHP cms software. Thanks for arriving this page and here I’d like to bring some useful information to compare DotNetNuke Vs. Joomla.

DotNetNuke is an open source platform for building web sites based on Microsoft .NET technology. DotNetNuke is written in VB.NET and distributed under both a Community Edition BSD-style license and a Professional Edition proprietary license. DotNetNuke’s content management system is extensible and customizable through the use of skins, modules, data providers, language packs and templates.

Joomla! is a Content Management System (CMS) for building rich, dynamic websites quickly. With Joomla, there is no software needed. An easy to use, non technical browser based interface allows you to manage every aspect of your website including content, images, videos and more, all directly from your browser.

There’re more than 30 million websites are using Joomla CMS application and there’re more than 1 million websites are using DotNetNuke CMS application. From the total usage, it looks like Joomla is better, can you make a conclusion Joomla is better than DotNetNuke? DotNetNuke has its own advantages:

  • Easy Access, Any Time, From Anywhere. Because access to the portal is via the web, information on the portal can be obtained at any time, from any location.
  • Update the layout and content when you want to or need to have it done
  • Reduce costs for site maintenance by doing it yourself
  • Share the load – give others authority to edit and update some or all the site

With so many advantages, DotNetNuke is becoming the first choice of CMS application for the ASP.NET developers. I cannot say who’s better between DotNetNuke & Joomla, for the ASP.NET developers, I think it’s better to start with DotNetNuke and for the PHP developers, Joomla should be the first option.

The choice in your hand. Considering easiest way i think!


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