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Announcing the release of SilverStripe 4.3

We're excited to announce our latest minor release, SilverStripe 4.3, which comes packing a number of improvements aimed at creating a better development experience for web teams, enhancing usability for Content Editors, and delivering higher performing websites.

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Archive: July, 2016

Site of the Month: Metlink

July's "Site of the Month" is world famous among Wellingtonians. Developed by Somar Design Studios.

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Debugging like a pro

Bugs, bugs, everywhere. How do you get rid of them? Here's a module that can help you debug like a pro.

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DNA joins SilverStripe Partner Programme

DNA, the expert at designing customer experiences, has just joined our Professional Partner Programme.

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Too many cooks spoil your broth: multi-user editing alert

In a situation where your "save & publish" changes haven't been saved and published? We've got a fix for you.

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Your licence to code freedom

Releasing your code as open source is an awesome thing to do. In this post, Cam talks about open source copyright, why we need to licence our code, and two popular licence types that you can make use of. 

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Register now: ScaleConf New Zealand is coming

Posted in Developers

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Vinh Nguyen

by Vinh Nguyen

Posted 12 July 2016

An awesome tech event is coming to Wellington. Registrations are open now!

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Goldilocks and the unsecured assets

There's a module that helps you increase the security of your files. Let's take a look!

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How we build things quickly—part 2: making modules

The second part of a blog trilogy that helps you speed up your web builds. Brought to you by Steve Heyes of Bonito. 

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To conquer the summit

Posted in Company

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Hamish Friedlander

by Hamish Friedlander

Posted 4 July 2016

SilverStripe attended the AWS Summit Auckland on 29 June. Here's the recap from our CTO Hamish Friedlander.

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