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a.k.a Ingo, Web Developer


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Our 2017 Community Survey: Tell us how we’re doing

Here at SilverStripe we want to get to know the open source community better! Now's your opportunity to give us an idea about what drives the open source community and win some great prizes while you're at it.

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Good things take time: 4.0.0 stable released

We’re proud to announce the arrival of SilverStripe 4! This stable release is our first Long Term Support (LTS) release, and is quickly gaining module support with over 200 compatible modules already.

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StripeCon EU in Malta: Sun, Knights and Code

SilverStripe core developer Ingo Schommer recaps StripeCon Europe 2017. See what talks and topics were presented in Malta as well as some interesting systems being built on SilverStripe by the European SilverStripe community.

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4.0.0-beta3: Let’s stabilise!

SilverStripe 4.0.0-beta3 is now live. Take a look at the fresh screenshots of the file previews in SS4 and what we've been working on for this beta3 release. 

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The first beta release of SilverStripe 4 is here

This release freezes any changes to the SilverStripe 4 API. We’ll be shifting our attention towards bug fixing and polishing of the UI for a stable release later this year.

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Decoupled body parts: headless CMS and SilverStripe

What’s headless CMS? Do you need to get an axe? If you’re developing a rich web application, it’ll be a no-brainer to go headless with SilverStripe!

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[video] A tale of mockery: Mocking database records and web services in SilverStripe and testing using Behat

Posted in Open Source, Developers

Tagged testing

Ingo Schommer

by Ingo Schommer and Ingo Schommer

Posted 15 August 2014

In this show and tell video I demonstrate how Behat integration tests can be run efficiently... read