The .NET 4 based Composite C1 CMS project – which became available as Free Open Source six months ago – released its first major update based on the “going open” feedback and experiences. This release addresses practical issues like having trouble setting up the system behind corporate proxies to delivering requested features like support for SQL Server and IE9/Chrome and also capture some of the innovation generated via the community like ASP.NET Master Page and Windows Azure support.
Here are the most noteworthy improvements in the new release:
A more comprehensive list and more details are available on CodePlex: http://compositec1.codeplex.com/discussions/251627
Download Composite C1 2.1 at http://compositec1.codeplex.com/ or read how you can upgrade your existing site to Composite C1 2.1: http://compositec1.codeplex.com/discussions/249573
Composite C1 2.1 will be available via the Windows Web App Gallery (Web Platform Installer and WebMatrix) within a few weeks.