sBlog.Net is a minimalistic blog engine created using the ASP.Net MVC 4 framework
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README.md

sBlog.Net

In a very few words, sBlog.Net is a minimalistic blog engine. This project was heavily inspired by wordpress, though there are a lot more to come in the following days! You will be able to do all of the normal activities that you could do in a blog like adding a post or page, adding categories or tags, adding additional authors and many more. If I have to describe sBlog.Net in a single sentence, I would say,

"For the love of asp.net mvc and wordpress"

To get started, you just need an instance of Visual Studio 2010/2012 with ASP.Net MVC 4, MS SQL server (express should also be fine) and optionally IIS.

Release Notes for v3.0

Feature additions

  • Fresh and clean admin UI using bootstrap with easily accessible menus & interface
  • More themes
  • Ability to use markdown editor w/ live preview instead of ckeditor w/ options to easily switch
  • Ability to auto save drafts every 30 seconds
  • Social bar in the blog footer
  • Ability to select blog theme using the web.config or the admin interface
  • Ways to identify private posts easily
  • Shortcuts in the dashboard for most frequently used options
  • Live preview for syntax highlighter on the admin section to see how code sections will look
  • Tabbed interface for blog settings
  • Ability to shorten urls using the blt.ly service
  • Mini profiler support

Thanks for trying out sBlog.Net! http://sblogproject.net