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concrete5 8.2.1 is now available! It is strongly recommended for anyone running version 8.0 and above, and fixes a number of issues with 8.2. It also adds searching to express objects and more!
concrete5 220.127.116.11 is now available! Version 5.6 has been stable for a very long time (the previous version, 18.104.22.168, was released nearly two years ago.) We're forging ahead with exciting updates in version 8, but 5.6 still contains some worthwhile fixes and improvements for legacy sites, including
- Security improvements
- Workflow improvements
- Bug Fixes
- Export Improvements
This last one is a big one; if you have a legacy site and you'd like to migrate it to version 8, the first step is to upgrade it to version 5.6 so you can use the 5.6 legacy migration tool to export your sites. 22.214.171.124 fixes a lot of bugs with that process. You can get the full list of 126.96.36.199 fixes and changes here.
The second release candidate for concrete5 version 8 is here! Featuring Express Data Objects, UI improvements, File Manager upgrades, User desktops, notification updates, multilingual improvements, better installation and much more, concrete5 8 is our biggest upgrade in years – and will be fully backward compatible.
You can now download the first release candidate for concrete5 version 8! Featuring Express Data Objects, Fieldless Forms, File Manager upgrades, User desktops, notification updates, multilingual improvements, better installation and much more, concrete5 8 is our biggest upgrade in years – and will be fully backward compatible.
The beta 6 version of concrete5 8.0 has been released for testing and feedback. You can download it here.To find out about the new features, see what’s in store for version 8. This version is good for site builders that are comfortable reporting and fixing bugs, and who are prepared to build their test sites from scratch. Beta releases are not recommended for production websites. Do not upgrade any of your production sites to the beta release. Betas are ONLY intended for testing. This version will not upgrade cleanly over previous betas, but you should test upgrades over 188.8.131.52.
We’re often asked what the core team uses as our development stack. We tend to lean towards BYOD strategies. As long as a craftsman is using good tools and loving them, who are we to tell them what is better? That said, one of several apps that is universally loved at PortlandLabs for working on concrete5 is PHPStorm.
We had such fun at the London one, we're going to do it again in Munich.
Wednesday November 9th in München, Deutschland!
Please RSVP early so we can find a location that fits the crowd.
I had the pleasure of meeting 30 some people at a meetup thrown in our honor and sponsored by JBX last week in London.
You've done your research and you have content. Your inventory is ready and your landing page is good to go. Your 301s are done and search console is set up. Everything meets your standards and now you're just waiting for the right time to launch your website. Well now that you've launched your website, what should you do? Here are few things you need to do a couple days after you launched your website.