In this post we want to reveal some details about October Pond, which we are building at the moment. If you haven't yet heard about Pond, it is an installation manager and deployment tool for Windows and Mac.
It's hard to find the words to express our excitement and pride for this announcement! The Builder was a highly anticipated plugin since it was first mentioned in our blog in 2014.
Posted in Philosophy on Apr 01, 2015
It's official! The Release Candidate version has been let loose! This is exciting news, as of today you can confidently use OctoberCMS for your live websites. For those of you who have arrived late to the party, here is an introductory summary that should answer some of those questions you have about this incredible platform.
You may have heard the recent great news that October is approaching the Release Candidate phase where the codebase will be more stable and reliable. Now there is more great news - we are also preparing the next step in increasing the quality of the OctoberCMS ecosystem.
Posted in Philosophy on Oct 03, 2014
Once upon a time there were two boys - Sam and Aleksey. They lived in different countries, thousands miles away from each other. They didn't know about each other, but there was something common between them - they wanted the world to be simpler. One day they met online. That's how OctoberCMS has started.
Today we want to tell you about the next big feature we've planned. This feature is mostly for developers, but it's difficult to underestimate its impact on developers building for clients.
Posted in Philosophy on Jul 02, 2014
Today we're publishing a guest post written by a friend of OctoberCMS, Chad Cantrell. Chad AKA ChadStrat has been developing PHP plugins and commercial products for several platforms over the years.
At the moment we are finishing several significant extensions and improvements to the Marketplace. We are going to provide authors with new tools and, and sometimes with kind words of advice.
Posted in Philosophy on May 15, 2014
Web development wasn't always this complicated. When did building websites become so convoluted and unsatisfying? Sometimes it can feel like a broken record player, making the same things over and over, using a different system each time, not reusing code from the last project.