New User Interface Among Key Features of DotNetNuke 6.0

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This week a new version of the popular DotNetNuke content management system (CMS) was released, with key features including a newly designed user interface and integrated support for the Extensions Forge, which features over 10,000 app extensions.

Other new features include compatibility with Windows Azure Hosting, and a new ecommerce module that allows developers to easily integrate ecommerce into their website. The DotNetNuke Enterprise Edition includes the Microsoft SharePoint Connector for DotNetNuke, which enables developers to securely publish Sharepoint documents to public websites.

This week a new version of the popular DotNetNuke content management system (CMS) was released, with key features including a newly designed user interface and integrated support for the Extensions Forge, which features over 10,000 app extensions.

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