DotNetNuke® WebControls

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DotNetNuke WebControls allow developers to utilize feature-rich controls without the cost or distribution restrictions of commercial controls. Utilizes the DotNetNuke ClientAPI to support a rich client side object model, works cross-browser, and utilizes AJAX functionality.

http://dnnwebcontrols.codeplex.com/

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