[Mono-list] Planning a simple blog engine for Mono
leontiscar at gmail.com
Mon Jan 7 11:52:32 UTC 2013
Ok, I will take a look of your personal blog system, Daniel.
I abandoned the idea of funnelWeb after read the threat you give me. But I
love the simplicity of funnelweb and the programmer oriented philosophy
2013/1/7 Daniel Lo Nigro <lists at dan.cx>
> Not sure how useful it'd be to you, but I wrote one for personal use
> (although the code is integrated with the code for the rest of my site,
> it's not a separate blogging system). I used:
> - ASP.NET <http://asp.net/> MVC 4 with Razor 2 and its built-in CSS
> and JS minification (WebGrease)
> - ServiceStack OrmLite<https://github.com/ServiceStack/ServiceStack.OrmLite> with
> MySql.Data for the data access layer
> - SimpleInjector <http://simpleinjector.codeplex.com/> for IoC /
> Dependency injection
> - DotLESS <http://www.dotlesscss.org/> for CSS preprocessing
> - ELMAH <http://code.google.com/p/elmah/> for error logging
> - MiniProfiler <http://miniprofiler.com/> for performance profiling
> - T4MVC <http://t4mvc.codeplex.com/>
> The live version is at http://dan.cx/blog. It's running on Mono 3.0.2 on
> Debian Linux. The code is available at https://github.com/Daniel15/Website
> As I only created it for personal use, I don't have enough free time to do
> things like proper documentation, installation wizards and a nice-looking
> administration section. But feel free to take any of the code if you find
> it useful. There's really not that much code in it but I think the code
> that is there is pretty clean.
> I also know of FunnelWeb <http://www.funnelweblog.com/> which is a
> blogging engine built on ASP.NET MVC 3. I haven't tested compatibility
> on Mono and its database scripts are only built with SQL Server in mind (so
> they won't work properly on MySQL or PostgreSQL). See
> On Mon, Jan 7, 2013 at 9:28 PM, Alberto León <leontiscar at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I have studied a variety .Net blog engines and frameworks. For a MVC
>> aproach, I can't find anything that can be deployed easy in MonoDevelop or
>> running without a big effort in configuration for apache and mod_mono
>> The more matured framework OpenSource Orchard, has a lot of headaches and
>> in my point of view, is very heavy to the simple taks of a blog.
>> I'm planning a new one, very simple, and easy to develop and run in Linux
>> with apache and Mono.
>> I will be pleased if you could give me some opinion and thoughts and tell
>> me your experiencie integrating or doing similar things.
>> Alberto León
>> Mono-list maillist - Mono-list at lists.ximian.com
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