NovaLet: New Simple Blogging Platform

NovaLet is a new blogging service that aims to be even simpler than Vox, and is developed in ASP.NET 2.0 (C#) and MS SQL 2005. NovaLet aimed to be a free, simple, easy to use and yet powerful enough blogging engine, which want to take simplicity to a new level by even removing the whole admin area and […]

NovaLet is a new blogging service that aims to be even simpler than Vox, and is developed in ASP.NET 2.0 (C#) and MS SQL 2005. NovaLet aimed to be a free, simple, easy to use and yet powerful enough blogging engine, which want to take simplicity to a new level by even removing the whole admin area and letting users manage their blogs while in their blog. NovaLet has currently release it’s first beta version with a single theme.

Features:

  • Create, Edit and Delete categories instantly.
  • Create, Edit and Delete Links instantly.
  • Create, Edit and Delete static Pages.
  • Create, Edit and Delete Blog Posts under a certain category.
  • Update, Add and Delete images on posts (You can also add YouTube and GoogleVid on Expanded posts, more services will be added of cause).
  • Create, Edit and Delete comments on a blog post.
  • Categories, Links or Pages on the header can be reordered by clicking on the green icon on the header.
  • RSS for the blog and RSS for every category.
  • Searcher
  • MetaWeblog API
  • Url Rewrite
  • Pinging
  • XSS (Cross Site Scripting) Secure
  • Domain mapping (NovaLet accounts can be hooked to any domain)
  • Localisation (Right now it only supports English but hoping to support other languages in the future. The entire system is localised, including the JS errors.)
  • Good Performance (It performance even better when you are logged off. The current NovaLet beta is running on a weak celeron server with 512MB and MS SQL Express 2005).
  • Cross browser, so far it perfectly runs on all these browsers that I have test it on (IE, Firefox, Opera, Safari, Camino). Check out NovaLet….

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