7 Feb 2009 Release
This release contains a sample website with binaries. Source Code is now available.

Controls On the Right Summary

COR allows power users to become Web gurus by letting them build and maintain Web Sites. Users, with only a browser, can log on to the Web Site to modify or create pages. Pages employ templates that support the placement of Web Parts by the user. Page templates, Web Parts and styles can be created by a programmer using Visual Studio.

COR is a small layer of management software that is built directly on top of ASP.net 2.0. It takes full advantage of ASP.net Web Parts to implement its functionality. You get the full power of ASP.net 2.0 without requiring a software programmer for all, but the most complicated web pages.

COR comes with a Library of Web Parts. One notable inclusion in the library is a Word Web Part. It allows users to update content using Microsoft Word. Tables, formatting, and pictures in the Word document are automatically converted to HTML by the Word Web Part.

Jetfire Web Parts can be added to provide enhanced Site features such as Survey's, Quizes, Event Registration, etc. Jetfire Scripts working with the Jetfire Web Parts, can be created to add additional functionality.

COR can use, as the server, any Windows or Vista PC that supports Internet Information Services and Forms authentication. If you are 'test driving' COR, then Visual Studio and the Forms Authentication Database are all that is needed.

COR is based on Web Parts available in .Net release 2.0.

Getting Started
The project contains a database and sample website. New SIMPLIFIED installation. (See instructions on release page)
Source for COR Projects is also included.

Screen Shots
COR in Edit Mode
Adding/Deleting Web Parts

List of COR Web Parts
Jetfire Site
What were we thinking? - Blog Site
Licensing Primer
Adding Controls Programmatically - Blog Site - a review of using the "C class", one of many COR classes.

Last edited Feb 9, 2009 at 12:55 PM by JohnHansen, version 31