17. February 2012 20:54
Starting with Version 0.3 Tangere Apps can now also be Orchard Modules. In the following you’ll find all required steps to build your own Tangere App Orchard Module.
1. Generate a new module in Orchard
Use the following Orchard code generation command to add new Tangere.Hello module to your solution:
orchard> codegen module Tangere.Hello /IncludeInSolution:true
Creating module Tangere.Hello Module
Tangere.Hello created successfully
(see Command line scaffolding and Writing a content part for an introduction into code generation)
2. Modify Module Manifest
Add a dependency on the Tangere.App module in the module manifest file Module.txt:
3. Add the App folder
Add an App folder with the following files:
4. Enable App
Before the new can be executed the first time the Tangere.App module needs to be installed and the Tangere.Hello module needs to be enabled in Dashboard –> Modules:
5. Test your App
The default App Url is http://<orchard url>/App/<app name> so the full App Url is e.g.
The finished App can also be downloaded from the Orchard Gallery.