Why should you list your open source extensions on the DNN Store?

Posted by: DotNetNuke Developer - DotNetNuke Core Team Member and Excellent Programmer, on 28 Aug 2014 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

One of the best things I love about the DNN platform is the ease of building, releasing, and updating Extensions for your website. If you need custom functionality you can either build something yourself, or likely find something that someone else has developed previously that might fit your needs. If you are an extension developer for DNN (previously DotNetNuke), you have many options for how you can get those modules into the hands of potential customers. If you want to get your modules into the...

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