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DNN Content Localization Tools


Dotnetnuke Content Localization Tools makes it easier for site administrators to update there muli-language dnn website.

HomeController


A Home Automation project to interact with INSTEON devices, the idea is to have a web service accessible from multiple devices (apps) to turn on/off lights, appliances etc in a home powered by INSTEON hardware.

Enhanced Permission Provider for DotNetNuke®


Designed by Oliver Hine to enable all the capabilities inside DotNetNuke® Community Edition. It first started with adding the additional permissions, and then included what was missing to enable the advanced content approval workflow in the Text/HTML module.

Lightbox Gallery Module for DotNetNuke


This is a very simple module built for DotNetNuke which allows you to add a lightbox image gallery to your DotNetNuke website. This module was originally created for my 2009 Jacksonville Code Camp session as a proof of concept.




WatchersNET.SkinObjects.ModuleActionsMenu


Displays the Module Actions Menu in DNN (DotNetNuke) as a Unsorted CSS Menu.

DotNetNuke® HTML Module Replacement


The latest source for the DNN® Text/HTML module, building off of the Code Endeavors Template which utilizes the MSBuild Community Tasks to auto-package and version each release. We are currently not adding any additional features, only publishing the missing source code.



Widget Suite for DotNetNuke


This project is intended to hold a suite of useful widgets to make your skinning easier, and raise the level of interactivity with DotNetNuke website visitors.

Weather


This is the the popular Weather Control By Oliver Hine for DotNetNuke. The control has been completely rewritten as a compiled server control, and can easily run outside of DNN in a regular ASP.net website.

Hackathon: My Messages Inbox (Mobile)


My Messages Inbox is a mobile application that connects to a DotNetNuke site to allow users of that site to view their DNN inbox on the go. It is developed in C# & Java by Abadi Kurniawan and Brian Dukes, software developers from Engage Software.