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An Open Source Project- R- Blog

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Posted On:  6/2/2013 3:00:28 AM 
R-Blog is an open source project. Here user can enjoy blogging. User can Make profile, can post blog, can comment, can view all blog etc... 

Hi All... this is my R- Blog  An Open Source Project. Basically this is a Blogging Engine where user can register, can start/post new blog, can post comment on any blog, can view all blog , can see own blog, login logout and a lot more...

This is an open source project so you can download and enjoy blogging..  Now I am going to explain the working of my R- Blog An Open Source Project.

Below is the Registration page:

From here user can register himself/herself

Registration.png

Image 1.

After registration you can login from header. This is MyAccount Page. Here you have 2 options. You can Post a new blog and you can view your all blog.

MyAccount.png

Image 2.

With the help of below page you can post a new blog:

PostBlog.png

Image 3.

After posting blog you can view your all blog with the help of this page:

MyAllBlogs.png

Image 4.

You can view blog detail and can comment on blog also with the help of this page:

BlogDetail.png
Image 5.

Below is the default page. From here you can view all user's blog...

Default.png

Image 6.

Now let me explain my data base tables structure. In this Project I used three tables.

1. USER_REGISTER
2. Blog
3. Blog_Comment

1. USER_REGISTER:

User_Registration.png

Image 7.

2. Blog:

Blog.png
Image 8.

3. Blog_Comment:

BlogComment.png

Image 9.

I also copied my database inside App_Data folder:

DATA.png

Image 10.

To run the R- Blog project you need to download the code and attach the database and change the connection string in web.config file according to your Sql Server credentials.

<connectionStrings>
    <
add name="MyConn" connectionString="Data Source=.;Initial Catalog=R- Blog;Integrated Security=True;"
         providerName="System.Data.SqlClient" />
  </
connectionStrings>

Enjoy Blogging with R- Blog.....

If you have any feedback or suggestion then please mail me @

4rahulsaxena@gmail.com

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