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Develop your own Blog

Blogging has become a very popular trend on the web. Many people are using blogs to express their own thoughts, work and personality. There are many web sites that offer you to start your own blog with them. Don't you think that your blog should reflect your own identity and personal flavor? If you are a developer, always desperate to make your hands dirty with code the chances are that you will develop your own blogging application instead of using some readymade one. If you share the same feeling then read on. This article is going to explain how to build your own blog using ASP.NET 2.0 and SQL Server.

Features

  • Manage Blog posts
  • Organize posts by categories
  • Blog statistics
  • Visitors can post comments
  • Search by date range
  • RSS feed support
  • Add links to internal or external resources

System Requirements

  • .NET Framework 2.0
  • SQL Server 2005 Express Edition
  • Visual Studio 2005 or Visual Web Developer

Installation Instructions

  • Download the associated ZIP file
  • Unzip it in a folder
  • Open Visual Studio
  • Using File - Open Web Site menu option point to the folder where you unzipped the files

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Bipin Joshi is an independent software consultant, trainer, author, yoga mentor, and meditation teacher. He has been programming, meditating, and teaching for 24+ years. He conducts instructor-led online training courses in ASP.NET family of technologies for individuals and small groups. He is a published author and has authored or co-authored books for Apress and Wrox press. Having embraced the Yoga way of life he also teaches Ajapa Yoga to interested individuals. To know more about him click here.

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Posted On : 06 October 2006


Tags : ASP.NET Data Access ADO.NET Sample Applications Projects


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