KiGG v3.0

Rating:        Based on 7 ratings
Reviewed:  6 reviews
Downloads: 14785
Change Set: 3a9b436eace5
Released: Oct 12, 2010
Updated: Oct 12, 2010 by mosessaur
Dev status: Stable Help Icon

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Release Notes

System Requirements

Deployment Server System Requirements

  • .Net Framework 3.5 SP1
  • ASP.NET MVC 2.0 RTM
  • Database (Only one option is required) - No Database updates since version 2.5
    • SQL Server 2008 or later any Edition with Full-Text Search Services (Full-Text search is required for search)
    • MySQL 5.x
  • IIS 6.0 or IIS 7.0 (didn't test it on Windows XP IIS 5.5)
  • Partial Trust is supported if outbound http requests are allowed. Kindly refer to "Medium trust level Problem"
Note: More into Partial trust will be provided in the documentation

Development Workstation System Requirements

  • Visual Studio.Net 2008 any edition with SP1 (Express Editions should work)
  • .Net Framework 3.5 SP1
  • ASP.NET MVC 2.0 RTM
  • Included reference libraries (xUnit, Moq, DotNetOpenAuth, Enterprise Library etc...) -available with source code download-
  • Database (Only one option is required)
    • SQL Server 2005 or later any Edition with Full-Text Search Services (Full-Text search is required for search)
    • MySQL 5.x
  • IIS 6.0 or IIS 7.0 (didn't test it on Windows XP IIS 5.5)

Features

  • Upgrade to Moq 3
  • Migrate to DotNetOpenAuth 3.4.5
  • Partial Trust support
  • Entity Framework based Repositories implemented
  • Multi Database support through Entity Framework (SQL Server & MySQL)
  • Implementation of ADO.NET Data Services to access (read) Stories (upcoming, published, by category, by tag, by submitter and by voters)

Reviews for this release

     
the only known aggregator engine ever written in .net MVC
by usametov on Apr 11, 2013 at 6:20 PM
     
Kigg is one of the best examples for ASP.NET MVC I ever seen, excellent example of using the ioc, ddd, repositories. Its a pity that it's not maintained for the mvc3 and razor.
by tjanovsky on May 21, 2011 at 10:39 AM
     
I agree with bbqchickenrobot's review of Kigg and bbqchickenrobot's review of fishlens! If you don't have the mental capacity to understand the code, it's better to say nothing at all than to dump on it! The guys who put Kigg together are brilliant and very generous to share such a great piece of work. This is a terrific example of a mature ASP.net MVC application. Excellent work, guys!
by matthewpomar on Apr 9, 2011 at 5:45 PM
     
Great code and starting point... fishlens is an idiot and a ton of people are going to MVC. asp.net web forms is old school now and adds a ton of stuff that is not needed for the majority of web applications. Just because you don't understand a new technology or refuse to embrace it doesn't mean that the code/project sucks. idiot.
by bbqchickenrobot on Mar 19, 2011 at 3:14 AM
     
Clean and easy to follow code. Great learning tool. It would be nice to have some comments in the code explaining the more complex aspects of the app e.g. BackgroundTasks. Otherwise great. Thanks.
by witekc on Jan 15, 2011 at 5:13 AM
     
This is the worst .NET code I've seen in a long time. Why would anyone want this CRAP you put into your code? No one likes MVC and everyone knows linq to SQL sucks. Look, if you're going to release open source .NET code, write something good that works (with .aspx pages and simple classes) and then zip it up. Give people something they can USE and easily modify. Assholes wasted my time.
by fishlens on Jan 2, 2011 at 4:08 PM