How to start with Mojo Portal

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2/2/2015 3:35:56 AM
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How to start with Mojo Portal

Hi,

 

I am new to MojoPortal and I want to build a medical website in bootstrap and HTML5 using Mojo Portal. Can anyone please tell me where to start? I am using Visual Studio 2012 and SQL 2012.

 

Some of the features I want build are:

Login and Registration

Search capability

Appointment feature

Reviews and blogs.

Can I please get detailed info on whether I can use ASP.NET membership for user access? Does Mojo support MVC or do I need to use normal ASP.NET webforms? And the quickest way for me to get started using Visual Studio?

 

Thanks a lot for all the help

2/2/2015 8:08:23 AM
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Re: How to start with Mojo Portal

mojoportal is webforms not mvc. it requires Visual Studio 2013 to work with the source code and .NET 4.5

it has its own implementation of asp.net membership, it cannot use a different implementation than its own

there is a lot of documentation on this site about how to use it and work with it

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