Apps, Modules, Tools, & Utilities for ASP.NET Core, DNN, & More

Open Source MIT License for ASP NET and DNN Applications Modules Tools and Utilities

Free & Open Source

Open source products from IowaComputerGurus are available as a download from this site and on GitHub repositories. Our current set of active open source projects includes modules and tools for the DNN (DotNetNuke) CMS, ASP.NET development, and .NET Core projects. There is no charge or licensing requirement for our open source projects, and users are free to use as is or modify them to suit both commercial and other open source projects and environments.

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Trademark and Copyright Icon for Commercial Development Projects on ASP NET for DNN Websites


Our commercial products include some of the most popular DNN (DotNetNuke) modules and extensions as well as some of the home-built testing and development tools we have created over the years. Commercial products are those that generate revenue for ICG – sometimes from reasonable license fees, but more often the compensation comes from the site on which the product is deployed.

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Utilities and Tools Icon for ASP NET and DNN Development of Apps Websites and Modules


Utilities are special-use programs that perform a single or limited set of tasks that help maintain, monitor or trouble-shoot websites and applications. ICG initially developed these tools for our own use. When that effort yields a product that we believe has value beyond the scope of the project it was built for, we formalize the code into a product and make it available here.

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Legacy Code for ASP NET and DNN Website App Utility and Development Tools


We have been developing websites and applications on the Microsoft technology stack for more than a decade. And for us, building apps, modules, tools, and utilities as supporting technology is a part of the job. As time passes, the older products sometimes fall out of use or are no longer applicable to our current work, so they are no longer actively supported or updated. These become Legacy products. But we keep them available of customers and fellow technology developers might need a fresh install or product information.

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