Last post Mar 07, 2006 03:07 PM by email@example.com
Mar 06, 2006 04:00 PM|flickman|LINK
Mar 07, 2006 03:07 PMfirstname.lastname@example.org|LINK
You're getting neither. DNN is a portal framework. That's all. It's not a development environment and it's not a content management system. And nobody can tell you if it's better or worse than anything else, since that depends on your personal needs.
If the framework suits your needs, or you can use it out of the box or with a few third party modules, then it saved you a lot of development time over creating it yourself. If not, then learning the structure of DNN to develop within the framework may
take time, and forcing yourself into the framework mya cramp your style.