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Steve Land StrongEye Solutions LLC January 2010 Entries
Quick Modules
If you saw my earlier post about creating a MojoPortal Module, you might have been daunted at the number of steps. This article outlines a simpler approach for simpler modules. The earlier article followed Joe Audette's examples, and generally this is the correct approach in cases where you want a full feature added to the Web site. Note: this article is for developers who already have set up their project to develop new custom code for mojoportal, and who already have a project similar to my earlier ......

Posted On Friday, January 15, 2010 4:44 PM

Bare bone layout.master for MojoPortal module development
The code below is a bare bone Layout.Master master page for MojoPortal. I found that the default ones all still had some dependencies on MojoPortal. Since I'm trying to develop most of my features outside the portal (quicker build times), I needed to have something without dependencies that would still help me get something approximating the MojoPortal environment. <%@ Master Language="C#" AutoEventWireup="true" CodeBehind="~/App_MasterPag... %> <!DOCTYPE html> <html> ......

Posted On Sunday, January 10, 2010 11:30 AM

MojoPortal starts up multiple Web servers in Visual Studio
When debugging, you might see that MojoPortal starts up many different ASP.NET Web servers, one for each Web project. Hidden in the readme README.VisualStudio.txt included with the SVN trunk is the workaround. Good to know!! Additional info: You may notice when debugging that multiple web servers are spawned. This is because there are multiple web applications in the solution as features are split into separate projects. All the files for features get copied up to the main mojoPortal.Web project ......

Posted On Wednesday, January 6, 2010 2:01 PM

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