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SilverStripe Blog

SilverStripe Developer Network launched

We're proud to be officially launching our Developer Network.

The SilverStripe Developer Network is our matchmaking service, to help SilverStripe developers get more commercial exposure, and to help those organisations using SilverStripe on their websites get resources to build and support their sites.

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Joanna McLeod, 1 October 2010

SilverStripe 2.4.2 released

We're pleased to announce SilverStripe 2.4.2, our second update to the 2.4 codebase. This is now our recommended version of SilverStripe CMS to use on production websites.

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Sigurd Magnusson, 23 September 2010

SilverStripe mobile development has just become easier

Today we've launched a free extension to SilverStripe CMS that makes it easier to build websites for mobile devices.

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Sean Harvey, 25 August 2010

Open Source CMS awards open - show your support!

Show your support by nominating SilverStripe CMS in PacktPub's annual software awards!

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Sigurd Magnusson, 20 August 2010

SilverStripe Experimental Pre-Alpha Oracle DB Module - Help us test it

One of our developers, Andreas Piening, has been working on creating a module to get SilverStripe to work with Oracle databases. And while there's key functionality that isn't working yet, we've been able to get a "Hello World" SilverStripe website on the 10g version of Oracle.

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Sigurd Magnusson, 13 August 2010

SilverStripe 2.4 User Help Up & Running

You asked for it, you got it. SilverStripe has a new version of user help which is compatible with the current 2.4 version of the CMS.

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Brian Boyko, 11 August 2010

SilverStripe 2.4.1 Update

We're pleased to announce 2.4.1, our first update to the 2.4 codebase. You can check a full list of changes in our changelog, but here are some highlights:

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, 23 July 2010

SEO and Content

The necessity of search engine optimisation (SEO) in making a website is apparent.  At the very least, there's a usability component to SEO - if your customers, or potential customers, can't find the content, it might as well not be there.

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Brian Boyko, 14 July 2010

Sam Minnée talks about his experiences with Full Code Press

Compiled from an interview with Sam Minnée.

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Brian Boyko, 5 July 2010