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ASP.NET MVC Forum Software

The goal of MVCForum was to make the best ASP.NET MVC forum software, something that is easily customisable, scalable and a breeze for developers to get up and running.

This is a new open source project and still fairly in it's infancy, but we hope to keep adding and improving it over the coming months. We also love to hear feedback, good and bad so please let us know what you think and how we can improve anything.

MVCForum is developed using MVC 5, Entity Framework and Unity. It has a ton of features and we urge you to give it a spin and let us know what you think.

Is it Free?

Short answer. Yes. MVCForum is free to download, use, customise and do pretty much whatever you want.

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