The ASP.NET DNN framework (formerly known as DotNetNuke) is intended for web application development. DNN is a CMS (content management system) and contains a user interface that enables the administration of user accounts, the creation and editing of web pages, and the editing of advanced configurations.
Due to all CMS functionality , a web application in the DNN framework is larger in file size and takes more time to load content in the browser than without a CMS. For this reason, in certain cases it makes sense to transfer a web application that does not need a CMS to a different web technology.
In the thesis, we tried to make an evaluation of the feasibility of the transition process of the web application from the DNN framework to the ReactJS library according to the needs of the application and according to the capabilities of the company.