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KooBoo – Articles and News (Part 2)

In the last post we install and created a KooBoo ModuleArea called DevSite. In this part we will examine the ‘Articles’ implementation and how it is wired. Controllers You can add custom Controllers to your Module. This allows incredible flexibility in what you can create and explains the magic behind the SampleModule. If you try […]

Kooboo – Articles and News (Part 1)

In my opinion the best way to get started with Kooboo is to download the Kooboo.CMS.ModuleArea.vsi file and install it. Then using the newly installed template create a new project. Create a Module step by step Download ModuleArea, PluginTemplate,and ExtensionsTemplate. For this blog you only need ModuleArea installed. Create a new Project, for this example […]

Kids Corner

My daughter set up her iPhone in a locked state so her baby could watch a video without being able to change anything. That got me curious about Kids Corner, and here is what I discovered. Kid’s corner has value even if you don’t have a kid. Search button is disabled (yea)! It doesn’t do […]

Cost Analysis

Today ends the $100 campaign I spent on Facebook to launch my new Windows Phone application, TALKn2 Facebook. I purchased Clicks, Page Likes, and did a Page Boost over the past couple of weeks. These were carefully targeted and the end results are: = 75 to 80 likes. 9000 people saw my posts Page […]

Working with KooBoo – Part 1

This series of blog posts will cover implementation of the Application Gallery used on  I share the experience to help others that are using KooBoo, or looking to use KooBoo CMS. The Problem I need an application gallery for the six applications I have in the Windows Store.  I’m looking for a content slider that […]

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