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.
Archive: April, 2019
At SilverStripe, we have a well defined security release process that helps keep SilverStripe projects secure. We’re taking the opportunity to align our process with the open source community, as well as re-defining how we handle security fixes in for “Limited Support” release lines.read
Discover how an Agile CMS facilitates collaboration between developers and content authors by providing the tools to deliver iterative updates and experiments, on the fly, while also allowing developers to build and deploy in short, incremental bursts.read
We've made reporting new bugs and tracking down existing bugs easier! Using a custom search interface, you can now report and search for bugs across all supported SilverStripe modules.read
In late 2017, we wrote about adopting the Elemental module as a commercially supported module. Thanks to the efforts of SilverStripe, digital agencies, and the open source community, the module is now ready for you to put it in front of a content editor who’s looking for a fluid publishing experience!read
At the most recent SilverStripe meetup in Wellington, digital agency and SilverStripe Professional Partner, DNA took a deep dive into their major upgrade of the Discover Wellington website.read