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Umbraco in 10 minutes
Umbraco in 10 minutes
Umbraco in 10 minutes
Umbraco in 10 minutes
Umbraco in 10 minutes
Umbraco in 10 minutes
Umbraco in 10 minutes
Umbraco in 10 minutes
Umbraco in 10 minutes
Umbraco in 10 minutes
Umbraco in 10 minutes
Umbraco in 10 minutes
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Umbraco in 10 minutes

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Introduction to Umbraco by Aaron Powell

Introduction to Umbraco by Aaron Powell

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  • 1. Umbraco in 10 minutes
    A quick look at Umbraco
    Aaron Powell
    Readify | Senior Developer, Umbraco Certified Developer, Umbraco Core member
    me@aaron-powell.com
    @slace
    www.aaron-powell.com
  • 2. What is Umbraco?
    Open Source CMS
    MIT License
    .NET Platform
    Current version 4.5.2
    Supports .NET 3.5 & .NET 4.0
    Available from
    Codeplex
    Microsoft Web PI
  • 3. Who’s using it?
  • 4. www.warnerbros.com.au
  • 5. www.wiggletime.com
  • 6. www.wired.co.uk
  • 7. www.asp.net
  • 8. Many, many more!
    Source: http://umbraco.org/tour/sites-running-umbraco
  • 9. Why business users should care?
    Simplistic UI
    WYSIWYG for content entry
    Includes built-in spellchecker
    Media section for managing assets
    Content preview
    Highly-configurable permissions
  • 10. Why devs should care?
    .NET API
    Including a LINQ framework
    DLR Support
    IronRuby, IronPython, LOLCode
    Built in search using Lucene.Net
    Highly extensible
    No starting designs, no starting restrictions
    Doesn’t generate its own HTML for published pages
    SQL CE4 support coming in 4.6
    Version 5 currently in development to support MVC3
  • 11. Why not Umbraco?
    Bear-bones can be daunting
    Not much OOTB
    Workflow
    Documentation
  • 12. Questions?

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