Posts Tagged ‘Releases’
There’s a lot of new features on the new version of WP, but it’s still the same great system. WordPress have just announced that theyâ€™re releasing the Beta version of WP3.1 â€“ itâ€™s still in development, so theyâ€™re looking for people to break it â€“ I mean find bugs!
The scheduled release date isnâ€™t 100% clear yet, but their aiming for the end of this year, depending on the amount of bugs that are found.
Check out the article on the offical WP news page to find out what the new features are, how to become a Beta Test
Yesterday saw the much awaited release of WordPress 3.0. I’ve talked about this 3.0 release numerous time here, but it’s finally live. As far as I can remember this is the most awaited version because of the heap load of new features. You can tell the guys at WordPress are pretty excited about Â this release too judging by their release post:
Major new features in this release include a sexyÂ new default theme called Twenty Ten. Theme developers have new APIs that allow them to easily implement custom backgrounds, headers, shortlinks,Â menus (no more file editing),Â post types, andÂ taxonomies. (Twenty Ten theme shows all of that off.) Developers and network admins will appreciate the long-awaitedÂ merge of MU and WordPress, creating the new multi-site functionality which makes it possible to run one blog or ten million from the same installation. As a user, you will love the newÂ lighter interface, the contextual help on every screen, theÂ 1,217 bug fixes and feature enhancements, bulk updates so you can upgrade 15 plugins at once with a single click […] Read More
When speaking about WordPress CMS often the Drupal platform is mentioned as the most viable and more powerful alternative to WordPress. After more than 2 years of development the Drupal community now received what it has been waiting for for a long time: the first Drupal 7 release.
Albeit still only an Alpha release, the bang in the community was big and I suppose for the Drupal users it was very welcome news to finally be able to look forward to certain features like Custom Fields which are standard since a really long time in the blogging community. Drupal 6 already brought an image uploader and tags to the software and Drupal 7 now brings more features WordPress and users of other blog software have known for a while already.
What’s new in Drupal 7? With Drupal 7 come image editing, integrated updater and custom fields. Read More