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Creating DNN Modules – The Tools

As with any endeavor, having the proper tools makes all the difference when creating a DotNetNuke modules.  So, before we get started, you’ll need to make sure you have the following tools.

You’ll need to log into the DotNetNuke web site and go to the download page to get the Install and Starter Kit.

You can go ahead and install the Web Deployment Project, the MSBuild Community Task, and the DotNetNuke Starter Kit.  But, hold off until the next lesson to install DotNetNuke.

 

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