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Orchard Core consists of two distinct projects:
The software is production-ready, and capable of serving large mission-critical applications as well, and we're not aware of any fundamental bugs or missing features we deem crucial. Orchard Core continues to evolve, with each version bringing new improvements, and keeping up with the cutting-edge of .NET.
Check out the Reference of Built-in Modules to see what kind of features Orchard Core provides built-in.
See the issue milestones for information on what we have planned for the next releases and what are the priorities.
You can also run Orchard Core from Docker:
docker run --name orchardcms -p 8080:80 orchardproject/orchardcore-cms-linux:latest
Do you need some help with Orchard Core? Don't worry, there are ways to get help from the community:
It's great that you're thinking about contributing to Orchard Core! You'd join our wonderful community of contributors.
First, clone the repository using the command
git clone https://github.com/OrchardCMS/OrchardCore.git and checkout the
main branch. Then, you have multiple options, see below. And when you're ready, head over to our contribution guide.
http://localhost:5000 URL in your browser.
OrchardCore.sln. Give Visual Studio time to restore all missing Nuget packages.
OrchardCore.Cms.Web is set as the startup project. Then run the app.
See our Code of Conduct.
This project is supported by the .NET Foundation.