Oqtane is a Modular Application Framework for Blazor
To get started with Oqtane:
1. Install .NET Core 3.1 SDK.
2. Install the latest edition of Visual Studio 2019 (version 16.4 or higher) with the ASP.NET and web development workload. If you do not have a SQL Server installation available already and you wish to use LocalDB for development, you must also install the .NET desktop development workload.
3. Download or Clone the Oqtane source code to your local system. Open the Oqtane.sln solution file. If you want to develop using server-side Blazor (which includes a full debugging experience in Visual Studio) you should choose to Build the solution using the default Debug configuration. If you want to develop using client-side Blazor (WebAssembly) you should first choose the "Wasm" configuration option in the Visual Studio toolbar and then Build.
NOTE: If you have already installed a previous version of Oqtane and you wish to install a newer version, there is currently no upgrade path from one version to the next. The recommended upgrade approach is to get the latest code and build it, and then reset the DefaultConnection value to "" in the appsettings.json file in the Oqtane.server project. This will trigger a re-install when you run the application which will execute the latest database scripts.
This project is a work in progress and the schedule for implementing enhancements is dependent upon the availability of community members who are willing/able to assist.
- Multi-Tenant ( Shared Database & Isolated Database ) done
- Modular Architecture / Headless API done
- Dynamic Page Compositing Model / Site & Page Management done
- Authentication / User Management / Profile Management done
- Authorization / Roles Management / Granular Permissions done
- Dynamic Routing done
- Extensibility via Custom Modules done
- Extensibility via Custom Themes done
- Event Logging done
- Folder / File Management done
- Recycle Bin done
- Scheduled Jobs ( Background Processing ) done
- Notifications / Email Delivery done
- Auto-Upgrade Framework done
- Optional Encryption of Settings Values ( ie. via an IsSecure flag )
- Migrate to Code-Behind Pattern ( *.razor.cs )
- Generic Repository Pattern
- JwT token authentication
Oqtane was created by Shaun Walker and is inspired by the DotNetNuke web application framework. Initially created as a proof of concept, Oqtane is a native Blazor application written from the ground up using modern .NET Core technology. It is a modular application framework offering a fully dynamic page compositing model, multi-site support, designer friendly templates (skins), and extensibility via third party modules.
Default view after installation:
A seamless login flow utilizing .NET Core Identity services:
Main view for authorized users, allowing full management of modules and content:
Content editing user experience using modal dialog:
Context menu for managing specific module on page:
Control panel for adding, editing, and deleting pages as well as adding new modules to a page:
Admin dashboard for accessing the variuous administrative features of the framework: