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ITCN ASP.NET Forum 2004

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Introduction

The ITCN Asp.NET Forum 2004 is a free, open source website Forum and Discussion Board programmed in the new Microsoft dot Net 1.1 Framework with Visual Basic. It is supported and developed by the programmers of ITCN, a New Jersey based web design and application programming firm.

It is a fully functional and working Discussion Forum which was built as a way to learn the new .NET Framework. Since it originally started out as a learning experience, I'm sure there are parts of the code which could be further optimized. The main focus during development was to try a varied approach at the new VB classes and to ensure a bug-free application.

Online demo

Demo website and Support Discussion Board are available at http://forum.itcn.com/

History

  • March 5, 2004 - Updated to 1.1

License

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About the Author

Barry Wise
Web Developer
United States United States
I am the Technical Director of itcn.com, a recognized leader in web-enabled application development with a proven track record since 1998. We specialize in custom online applications, and we've been doing it for some very happy and very successful clients. http://www.itcn.com

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A new version of the ITCN ASP.NET Enterprise Forum is now available!

The ITCN ASP.NET Enterprise Forum is a powerful Forum and Discussion Board for your website, built with search engine optimization in mind. Programmed in VB.NET for the Microsoft® .Net 2.0 Framework, the forum software will work on just about any Windows web server with .NET and SQL Server installed. And since it's fully customizable, you can add it to just about any website or blog -- Try it out right now!

First released in 2004, the forum has been newly upgraded in 2007 to provide all the features you have come to expect and need in a discussion board, without all the complexity and difficulty of administration. It is flexible enough to be completely themed to match the look and feel of your website.

Our newest edition is a complete table-less CSS design in XHTML with a focus on search engine optimization, to insure that your website's forum will get noticed, get more traffic, and get more people talking!

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