DNN is an open-source Content Management System (CMS) for ASP.NET WebForms. It is also a complete web application framework based on Microsoft. On top of DNN, you can create multiple e-commerce systems, public websites, intranets, and web applications.
DNN uses a three-tier architecture model, which has a basic framework that provides support to the extensible modular structure. DNN is also based on ASP.NET webforms. Traditionally, the DNN focus over to provide the server-side functionality, but the recent projects attempt to enhance the client-side experiences as well. In the past few years, DNN was migrated from Web Forms to allowing Single page application and Model View Controller.
There are 464 products related to the theme category in DNN. You can have six themes for free, and there are hundreds of them that range between $19 to $269. There are also different themes that come with different prices. There is also a proper description written with every theme describing the specifications of the theme along with the reviews, last update, and price. There is also the option to filter the products in many subcategories like color, site type, and genre. It is the best way to find out the best theme that can suit you for best.
There are 595 plugins in DNN, and 162 of them are built up for the e-commerce websites. There is a total of 25 subcategories in the e-commerce category. These subcategories include content management, checkout, email, SEO, marketing, advertisement, and many more. They also allow you to buy the product grid module, ensure secure transactions, integration with PayPal or Stripe, enable registration, and many others. If you are unable to find a plugin that you need, you can always build one for yourself as a custom plugin. This can be done in-house, or you can outsource it to some third party developer or partner.