Integrating DotNetNuke and ASP.Net Web API
If you’re looking for a simple, timely, and cost-effective website integration, then the ASP.Net API is a great place to start. This article will cover the benefits of the ASP.Net web development API and provide you with an example of one of its most popular integrations, ASP.Net to Microsoft's DotNetNuke.
What is the ASP.Net API?
The ASP.Net web API is a framework that developers can copy and use for simple integrations. The web API contains much of the same powerful functionality as ASP.Net itself, but it’s a bit more manageable. It’s perfect for websites that don’t require highly customized or complex integrations (like a custom ERP integration, for example). Using the ASP.Net API, developers can quickly build a range of applications and services that reach a broad range of web clients, browsers, and mobile devices.
Why Combine DotNetNuke and ASP.Net?
Using the ASP.Net API, developers can quickly build a range of applications and services that reach a broad range of web clients, browsers, and mobile devices.
DotNetNuke, an open-source CMS that provides an ideal platform for managing interactive websites, was built to integrate with ASP.Net. Design features that DotNetNuke can bring to the table include customizable “skins,” enterprise portals, user-friendly content management, and the ability to display either static or dynamic content. Integrating DotNetNuke with the ASP.Net API means you can add technical, functional elements to the already elegant design platform.
Simple Integrations with the ASP.Net API
ASP.Net’s advanced compatibility allows for seamless integration with hundreds of web applications. Of these, dozens are simple enough for use with the ASP.Net web API. What does this mean for your website? It means the same powerful functionality you deserve for a fraction of the development time and cost. Contact Clarity today to learn more.
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