If you need hosting, we recommend Arvixe, they provide quality shared hosting and are supporters and sponsors of the mojoPortal project. When you get hosting through Arvixe and keep it for at least 60 days they make a nice contribution to the mojoPortal project, so using Arvixe hosting is a good way to give something back and support our work.
- You can easily install mojoPortal on a dedicated Windows Server or Vista/Windows 7 machine with MS-SQL using the Microsoft Platform Installer.
- To install on a Windows machine using other database platforms, see this page.
- Release files are intended for production deployment so they are pre-compiled and contain no C# code.
- Files contain version numbers in the filename like x-x-x-x.
- Notes about .NET version
- If your server supports .NET 4 and you are performing a fresh install, download the net40 release files. If your server doesn't support .NET 4, download the net35 release files.
- Upgrading your site from .NET 3.5 to .NET 4? Download the .NET 3.5 version of the latest mojoPortal release files, update your site and then download the .NET 4 version of the same mojoPortal release and update your site again.
|MS-SQL CE 4
(only available in .NET4)
||MS-SQL CE Documentation
||Firebird SQL Documentation
(We don't pre-configure a package for MySQL due to licensing issues,
but these issues are only related to distribution not use of the software.)
- ASP.NET 3.5 SP1 or ASP.NET 4.0
- IIS 5 or higher
- MSSQL 2005\2008\2012\Azure
- MSSQL-CE 4
- Firebird SQL
- Source code is intended for development purposes. If you are looking to simply run a web site based on mojoPortal, please use the pre-compiled deployment files.
- Important: To use the source code on Windows, you need Visual Studio 2012 or the free Visual Web Developer Express 2012
- Tip - get the latest code: For developers who intend to work with the mojoPortal source code or develop custom features for mojoPortal, we highly recommend you get the code directly from the Mercurial (aka hg) repository. mojoPortal is under very active development and typically you will want to stay up to date with the latest code. This is always more up to date than the .zip download files. Intructions for getting the code from the repository can be found here:
Getting the Code with TortoiseHG (Windows instructions)
- or just download if from the Source Code tab on Codeplex.
- Those working from the repository might also want to subscribe to this RSS feed for source code changes or view this web page from time to time to find out what we're working on.
- If you work from the repository and you report bugs you will be able to get the fix much sooner by doing Pull and Update from the repository after we tell you it's fixed. Important bugs are usually fixed within 24 hours or less.