Welcome to the mojoPortal online store - we are having a going out of business sale.
mojoPortal and these related add on products are no longer under active development. Currently the only updates we plan to do are to fix any security issues if any such issues arise.
mojoPortal itself has always been free and open source so you are able to maintain it for your own needs, the source code is available on github.
Since there are a number of people who still depend on the paid add on product software for their websites, I have decided to update the terms of our Enterprise License to allow the code for the add on products to be modified for your needs and the needs of your customers, so that you are able to maintain the software or customize it as needed.
I recommend that anyone who does have websites that are important to them using any of these add on products, it is a good idea to obtain the source code so that you are in a better position to maintain the functionality on your site that depends on this software.
Since the new version of the Enterprise license is more liberal in what it allows than the previous version, I will also honor the more liberal terms of the new version of this license for anyone who previously purchased it under the more restrictive older version of the license.
I am not offering upgrade pricing as this store has no built in mechanism for handling upgrade pricing and processing such requests by other means would be tedious. Instead I have lowered the price of most Enterprise Licenses from $899 to $499 and most Single Installation Licenses from $99 to $79. I am no longer selling Server Licenses.
At some point (to be determined) this store will be closed down, so it is also advisable to purchase any software licenses that you intend to purchase in the near term.
Sorry for any inconvenience this news may bring. Please understand that I have invested a huge amount of time, effort, and resources trying to build a business around mojoPortal, but I have been essentially unemployed for almost 2 years now and under employed for the entire time I've been in business. The popularity of this project and it's underlying technology have declined to a point where it is no longer a worthwhile venture for me to spend time working on it.
If you liked my work on mojoPortal you may also find my latest open source project interesting.
As you may know there is a new web stack coming from Microsoft, ASP.NET Core and .NET Core (aka dnxcore50). These are currently in beta and should be in RC in late November or so and released early in 2016.
.NET Core framework is a new light weight cross platform version of .NET that will be supported by Microsoft on Windows, Linux, and Mac. ASP.NET Core is the unification of previous MVC concepts with those of Web API.
These new frameworks and tools are going to really modernize the way we develop web applications and sites.
To learn these new technologies I've done quite a bit of work building a new project named cloudscribe.Core.Web
I've implemented some of the foundational features that exist in mojoPortal including multi-tenancy aka multi-sites, user and role management. I also re-purposed a lot of data access code from mojoportal to implement those things but refactored it and made it asynchronous since async is one of the new good things in the new goodness.
More recently I've also been working on cloudscribe.SimpleContent, a simple yet flexible content and blog engine for ASP.NET Core that can work with or without a database.
I'm interested in feedback on the new cloudscribe set of projects, and hoping to actively keep moving forward with it depending on how much interest it gets, but I'm also in need of employment. With luck, maybe I can find something that aligns both of those interests.