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Posted 28 Oct 2007

Gallery Server Pro - An ASP.NET Gallery for Sharing Photos, Video, Audio and Other Media

, 18 Oct 2013
Gallery Server Pro is a complete, stable ASP.NET gallery for sharing photos, video, audio and other media. This article presents the overall architecture and major features.



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5 - publicly available Yes 18-Oct-13 19:18 Available Roger Martin
The article has been approved
4 No 18-Oct-13 11:17 Pending Roger Martin
Updated article for version 3. Includes new sections on UI templates, media templates, and EF Code First Migrations
3 No 3-Jul-11 6:55 Available Deeksha Shenoy
2 No 1-May-11 15:22 Available Deeksha Shenoy
1 No 6-Nov-08 4:45 Composing Sean Ewington


This article, along with any associated source code and files, is licensed under The GNU General Public License (GPLv3)


About the Author

Roger Martin
Software Developer (Senior) Tech Info Systems
United States United States
I have nearly 20 years of industry experience in software development, architecture, and Microsoft Office products. My company Tech Info Systems provides custom software development services for corporations, governments, and other organizations. Tech Info Systems is a registered member of the Microsoft Partner Program and I am a Microsoft Certified Professional Developer (MCPD).

I am the creator and lead developer of Gallery Server Pro, a free, open source ASP.NET gallery for sharing photos, video, audio, documents, and other files over the web. It has been developed over several years and has involved thousands of hours. The end result is a robust, configurable, and professional grade gallery that can be integrated into your web site, whether you are a large corporation, small business, professional photographer, or a local church.

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