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We have upgraded to ASP.NET MVC 1.0!!

Monday, 25 May 2009 20:02

We upgraded our blog platform from ASP.NET MVC Preview 5 to the new MVC 1.0 release.  With that major upgrade finished we can get back to adding new features for our official beta release July 4th. 

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BlogPub Blog of the Week #1 - CatsRCool

Wednesday, 20 May 2009 0:00

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Dogs Rule, but cats are the Coolest!  CatsRCool is one of our favorite initial blogpub blogs because it focuses on what we all LOVE - kitty cats!  Don't lie, Mr. 300lb tough guy - you like Cats just as much as that little old woman at the end of the street.  This site is filled with stories, advise, and information that will keep you purring for me.  Check out CatsRCool at http://www.blogpub.com/CatsRCool

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Can I use the blog NOW?!

Tuesday, 10 February 2009 17:10

categories: FAQ

Sure.  We are now accepting limited account signups before we start charging for our services.  You may run into a bug or two sometimes because we are rapidly developing new features, but be our guest and signup now to create a blog.

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Whats So Great about BlogPub (blog platform) ?

Tuesday, 10 February 2009 17:08

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BlogPub new blog platform is a easy yet very powerful blog platform.  We've built everything you need in a blog including photo galleries, polls, music, flash, and ajax features without the need to add alot of different 3rd party plugins.  We are using the ASP.NET MVC framework along with jquery for any client side functionality.

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BlogPub Initial Features

Sunday, 08 February 2009 18:49

categories: features

What features are most important?


BlogPub comes with many features built into the core of the system.  Here is a partial list of some of the features we feel are super cool :)

Drag and Drop Blog Layout
Ajax Polls built into Posts
Photo Galleries Built into Posts
Photo Layouts
Super Easy SEO
Ajax Everything
Post Comments, Ratings, Social Bookmarks
Built using ASP.net MVC and Jquery

More features to be listed soon, Thanks!

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When Can I use BlogPub MVC Platform?

Sunday, 08 February 2009 18:24

categories: FAQ

The new BlogPub (ASP.NET MVC based) blog platform is now stable enough to demo and start your own blog.  We are allowing limited signups then will close registristration until the end of our beta period ( except for invite only ).  So, what are you still reading for?  If your interested in seeing our new ASP.NET MVC blog platform signup now or try our demo.

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BlogPub Development Blog Started

Monday, 08 December 2008 16:58

Are you excited about using the new BlogPub Platform?


Hey BlogPub users and interested vistors.  We've created a BlogPub.com development blog to track of new features, downtown, etc. to the new BlogPub Platform.  Since our blog platform uses ASP.NET MVC we release new features often and do not want to clutter this homepage.  This homepage will serve primarly for links, demos, featured blog sites, downloads and to start you own BlogPub Blog.

Check out our new developments anytime at:  www.blogpub.com/BlogPubDev

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BlogPub MVC - The new blog on the block

Monday, 24 November 2008 5:52

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What interests you in the new BlogPub platform?


Welcome to BlogPub MVC.  A powerful blog system with everything you need built into the core.  You need Ajax?  Build in...  You want cool video, music, polls, etc.   Again, built it.

We leverage the new ASP.net MVC framework and the jQuery framework to build a ajax, rest based blog system that anyone can use.

We have many features never seen before in blogs thanks again to ASP.NET MVC, jQuery, Rest, Flash and other great technologies.  More screenshots, demos, screencasts, etc will be coming soon..  We are only allowing a limited number of invite only accounts.  We will let everyone in as soon as all the beta bloggers run into the major bugs/issues.

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