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SkyForum

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I'm a license holder and I am completely fine with the idea of moving to open source. 
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I'm with SkyForum on this one for sure.

I'm a license holder and I am completely fine with the idea of moving to open source.
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Hi Everyone,

I found two very interesting frameworks that could be an alternative to ISD and would like to share here:

DOTVVM: https://www.dotvvm.com/
ASP.NET Blazor: https://github.com/aspnet/Blazor

I've tested dotvvm and it seems to be very consistent. ASP.NET Blazor is new and there isn't so many documentation or samples about it, just one project in the link above. I think it might be the future of asp.net.

Best Regards

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Yes. Let this thing fly! Open source it@!
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I like the new release of the Xomega.Net modeling and code generation platform.

Check out their videos on building complete WebForms apps, as well as SPA or even desktop WPF applications.
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It's been awhile since I have been on this forum. I am really impressed that it is still going as strong as it is.

When ISD ended, I moved to ASPRunner.Net from Xlinesoft after a fair amount of research. I am extremely happy with my decision. Three years later, I only have 2 legacy ISD apps in production. All others have been transitioned to ASPR and the customers prefer the new Bootstrap interface.

I also use the built-in Twilio integration often for 2 factor authentication and SMS messaging.

If you are still struggling looking for a replacement, please do yourself a favor and look into ASPRunner.Net. They are continually improving. They even now have a design section that is similar to that of IronSpeed (grid like drag and drop).

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