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Building Websites with DotNetNuke 5 by Ian Lackey, Michael Washington

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Third-party modules

Along with the many modules provided by the DotNetNuke team, there is also a large ecosystem of third-party module developers. If you find that the modules provided by the core team do not suit your needs, a quick search of third-party module vendors usually returns what you are looking for. Module developer or vendors can be broken down into two general groups, commercial and open source. Each group has its own advantages and drawbacks. While we examine what the pros and cons are, keep in mind that these are generalizations and will not hold true in all scenarios.

We will also highlight a few developers or vendors for each group. These lists are meant to simply provide examples of the different types of module providers. The ...

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