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We have just released some new features to the SilverStripe Platform. We are always improving the product so that over time the SilverStripe Platform continues to add value for your SilverStripe CMS website.
Site developers will now be able to choose when to upgrade to new infrastructure versions. This month we have included the option to upgrade to PHP 5.6 and the Debian 'Jessie' Linux distribution for SilverStripe Platform sites. PHP 5.6 brings speed improvements as well as new features for your site developers. Read more about the new infrastructure configuration.Read full post
Announcing... the first beta for SilverStripe 3.2! It’s an exciting time for us, and we want to share some of that excitement with you. Beta means that we are satisfied with the features we and the community developed, and are ready to release it to officially open it up to begin the polishing and bugfixing as we head toward a stable release. We'll be running this first beta phase for approximately 4 weeks before any additional beta phase we might need to run.Read full post
SilverStripe 3.1 was officially released almost ten months ago now and the feedback we’ve had has been great, with users feeling it was a significant step forward. SilverStripe 2.4, on the other hand, was released back in May 2010 making it more than four years old. As a community you did great things with 2.4 and as a widely used popular version it became the ‘work horse’ among freelancers and web development shops alike.Read full post