Last post Nov 11, 2010 08:14 PM by Jackson-Shredder
Sep 28, 2010 12:47 PM|Jackson-Shredder|LINK
I'm looking for some decent documentation/design concepts/practices to modularize the content loaded based on a user's access to my site. I've downloaded and am preparing to run through the source from DNN to see if their model might help. I haven't tried
this sort of thing before, but would prefer to break my site apart in this way.
As each of the pieces of the whole will fit into the new design, I see it conceptually as quite similar to the master/content page relationship, though in this case the 'master page' would simply be filled by the content 'modules' based on a user's permission
Anything as simple as a decent google search string would be useful in that I could start doing some research/proof of concept studies.
Oct 01, 2010 07:30 AM|LudovicoVan|LINK
> quite similar to the master/content page relationship
To me it rather sounds like a page/controls relationship. Maybe look also for web page parts. Controls can be loaded dynamically from the page...
Nov 11, 2010 08:14 PM|Jackson-Shredder|LINK
I have been looking at things such as the WCSF and the MEF for solutions to this issue. So far, using MEF in an MVC site has come the closest.