DNN uses extensible open source architecture. It is built on Microsoft ASP.NET, enabling companies to extend their existing Microsoft technology assets.
DNN Evoq Content targets a range of customers across vertical markets who require a flexible content management system for developing commercial-grade websites, from small private companies to large public enterprises.
Texas Instruments, Time Warner Cable, Novartis, Domino’s Pizza, Chrysler
DNN Evoq Content is the latest iteration of the popular open source CMS platform developed for the Microsoft stack. The successor to DotNetNuke 6, Evoq Content features a host of usability enhancements, along with added productivity tools for site designers and developers. There is a streamlined web installer, a sleek site administration dashboard, improved business website templates, drag-and-drop functionality, and better content management controls.
DNN Evoq Content is modular in nature, which means users can leverage any of thousands of plug-ins to efficiently add new functionality to their site. Built on Microsoft .NET, DNN offers developers an environment for extensibility, with the freedom to create rich new web applications. Evoq Content’s rich set of features, flexible platform, and inherent simplicity make it a great choice for businesses that need a full-featured CMS that won’t weigh down the IT department. Evoq Social is an alternative integrated CMS and social solution from DNN.
Founded in 2006, DNN (formerly DotNetNuke Corporation) created and manages the DNN open source project, which is a widely used web content management platform for creating websites and web applications on Microsoft.NET. This platform powers over 700,000 websites around the world. DNN also provides an online store that provides over 10,000 apps and add-ons to enable customers to extend the functionality of the DNN platform.