Purple CMS – Now on Github

May 7, 2010 | .NET | 2 Comments

A few months ago, I put out a preview of a ASP.NET 4.0 CMS called “Purple” (named for the official color of Dallas Theological Seminary). 

I’m now pushing updates to Github, so if you’re interested go grab a copy here

http://github.com/johndyer/purple

About Purple

Purple is a CMS that uses .NET’s URL Routing to quickly create a website using normal .NET tools like Masterpages and ASCX controls. It has versioning controls for every page and allows you to edit in page rather than through a backend editing area and stores everything in either XML or SQL for rapid development.

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Hi, I'm John Dyer. In my day job, I build websites and create online seminary software for a seminary in Dallas. I also like to release open source tools including a pretty popular HTML5 video player and build tools that help people find best bible commentaries and do bible study. And just for fun, I also wrote a book on the theology of technology and media.

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