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SilverStripe 4.4 has landed! Improved file URLs, upgraded themes, and more

The latest minor release of SilverStripe 4 has arrived and we’re so excited to be able to share it with you. SilverStripe 4.4 boasts a number of improvements to the Developer experience and new features for Content Editors—all of which aim to deliver higher-performing websites.

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Archive: October, 2015

3 Web Trends Digital Agencies Should Expect in 2020

Here are some predictions for 2020 Web Trends from SilverStripe CEO Sam Minnée

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Video talks from StripeCon Europe 2015 released

The second annual StripeCon – the SilverStripe European Conference – was held on the 16th... read

Lesson 21 released - Advanced Environment Configuration

Aaron 'Uncle Cheese' Carlino has jetted his way off to Japan this week. read

Community Contributor Spotlight - conversation with Anselm Christophersen

There are over 21,000 members in the SilverStripe open source community. read

The story of StripeGirls continues

Following the birth of StripeGirls, the epic story continues… read

Simple rules for an Agile mindset

I was recently reading ‘Simple Rules’ by Donald Sull and Kathleen Eisenhardt. read

From Zeros to Heroes - How we’re slaying in recruitment at SilverStripe

When you’ve been at a company for six years, you are bound to see a... read

New user management features released to SilverStripe Platform

As part of our on-going improvement of SilverStripe Platform, we have just released a new... read

3.2 stable finally final

It's been a long cycle since the first beta of 3.2 was available in June... read

What are your biggest hosting pain points?

Revealing the biggest hosting pain points developers have

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#LocalGovCamp15 - Government Platforms, Collaboration and Lego

We attended LocalGovCamp 2015 (LGC) last month. read

Announcing Module Standard 1.0 and Commercially Supported Modules

There are over 1,300 SilverStripe modules supported by an active open source community, delivering many... read

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