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If you've been watching the journey of Hotcakes Commerce over the years at all, you know that it has a very interesting past. It began as a different platform altogether. It became a wildly successful commercial e-commerce solution that consistently was in the top 3 products in the DNN Store. It then became an open-source e-commerce platform, making it freely available to the world. This is the solution you're reading about and know about today.
Our team has been working hard at delivering the next great release of Hotcakes Commerce. We primarily focused on some updates that both our support clients and the community really wanted. We’re very happy to announce that version 03.02.02 is ready for you and it brings with it some very popular updates.
I've been using DNN nearly since it launched, which is nearly 17 years ago now. Among my DNN
accomplishments is founding the original community-based DNN conference, originally named Day
of DotNetNuke and first hosted in Tampa, FL. That was 10 years ago. Things have come full circle
now that the DNN Summit conference is going back to Orlando. It's with great pride that I'm
announcing we're silver sponsors of DNN Summit 2020.
Sometimes it’s easy to forget some of the simple things when you've been working with something over a
long period of time. When this happens, it's easy to overlook how technical, difficult, hidden, or
simply not obvious things. You end up in something of an auto-pilot mode. This article helps to outline
some of the quick-and-easy things that we often do after first installing DNN.
Over the years, I’ve followed, learned, and tried many different ways to build extensions in DNN. Of course, the primary extension I’ve built has always been a module. If you’re new to DNN, a module is simply an app that you can install for visitors to interact with on your website. After working on DNN solutions since 2003, I’ve settled on a very specific development pattern that we implemented here at Upendo Ventures. Using our development pattern was time-consuming to get started with a new project, but it had too many benefits to avoid. We’ve found and publicly released this development pattern to all of you. Now you can use our development pattern too, but without any of the effort that we used to put into it