Gyuri did really good job on the new design of the Demo Portal. When TNG ships, we give users a demo portal, which is a fully functional portal of our favourite fictional company, Beer Co. Beer Co has undergone an image facelift, their new design is more web 2.0, but corporate style at the same time. This design will be used in the beta, and for creating screenshots in the documentation. Here is the preview:
We have uploaded an introduction from the TNG team. We also added photos, we hope you like them.
We have been developing on .Net for several years now. C#, the .Net class libraries, Microsoft SQL Server and the Visual Studio IDE are an ideal environment for developing business applications. The only drawback we have been struggling with was the dependence on the Microsoft Windows platform.I have been checking out the Mono framework occasionally for the last two years. Our former portal version (Sense/Net Portal 5.5) had some glitches when we tried to run it on Mono. After two days of tweaki... [More]
I made some updates on the portal. I also checked out the Beta Signup and about 30 people already registered. It came to me as no surprise, that most of the registered users check "I am looking for a SharePoint alternative" on the form. ;-) I can not wait until these people download the code and give us feedback. I can not tell how excited am I about the project.
Next week you can expect more and more content, so stay tuned. We have made pictures of the TNG Team so we will p... [More]
Yesterday we finally announced Sense/Net Portal Engine TNG to local press and our existing customers. A lot of people came, and they all seemed to love the idea of doing an Open Source project. Now we are uploading stuff to the portal, so stay tuned. The best article is on the local Computerworld website (Hungarian) at http://www.computerworld.hu/sensenet-opensource.html. Now I have to get back to work. There is an interactive Feature Map for TNG that I have to finish right now. We also go... [More]
It is unbelievable. We are launching. Next week, on the 6th of December, we are finally launching Sense/Net Portal Engine TNG as an Open Source product. It feels funny, after so many years of being a Microsoft fan, we have made an Open Source software. But it is also cool, because we did it and we are proud of it. We have put many hours of development into this stuff, an I hope you will download it, like it and use it. i have to finish blogging for now, because if I do not build it, www.portalen... [More]