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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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A better security classification for supported modules

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. 

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Searching SilverStripe issues just got a lot easier

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. 

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Let's talk: Elemental

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!

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Rounding up the Wellington SilverStripe meetup with DNA

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.

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Site of the Month: Re: News

April’s Site of the Month has been awarded to TVNZ’s Re: News, an inclusive content platform housing the latest youth-focused opinions on New Zealand culture, news, and events.

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Rounding up the 2019 SilverStripe Community Survey

Our annual Community Survey highlights how the community are using SilverStripe and offers important insight for our product development team. In this post, we round up the key findings from this year’s survey.

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Upgrading Discover Wellington to SilverStripe 4

WellingtonNZ.com is the storytelling engine for Wellington. In this guest post, SilverStripe Professional Partner, DNA offer detailed insight into their recent major upgrade of the site.

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Christchurch community's take on GraphQL & Design Systems

At the December 2018 SilverStripe Christchurch meetup, Rob Ingram provided an introduction to GraphQL and Jacob Carrington gave us a practical guide to developing front-end design systems.

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Site of the Month: Wellington Advent Calendar

January's Site of the Month has been been awarded to New Zealand-based SilverStripe Professional Partner, DNA, for the Wellington Advent Calendar. The site celebrates Christmas and promotes local businesses with a highly interactive user experience.

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Our plan for ending PHP 5.6 support in SilverStripe 4

PHP 5.6 became End-of-Life in December 2018. In this post, we outline our plan for ending PHP 5.6 support in SilverStripe 4 and provide some guidance for customers.

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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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Site of the Month: DIRTT

November’s Site of the Month has been been awarded to Calgary-based SilverStripe Professional Partner, Evans Hunt for DIRTT.net. The site showcases innovative solutions for interior design and construction, and boasts a beautiful visual experience.

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Module of the Month: Have I Been Pwned?

Breached passwords not only pose a threat to personal information but can give attackers the keys to your site. But how do you know if a password has been breached? SilverStripe Developer and security buff Simon Erkelens has answers in November’s Module of the Month, Have I Been Pwned?

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StripeCon EU 2018—Let’s get technical!

As our representative from SilverStripe HQ in New Zealand, Robbie Averill gave us a rundown of all the technologies, ideas, and implementations at StripeCon EU 2018.

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Automating deployments to SilverStripe Platform with GitLab

Building on their previous post introducing Continuous Integrations with GitLab, in this guest post from E2 Digital, Hayden Shaw tells us how they’re automating deployments to SilverStripe Platform.

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Three new talks from the Christchurch SilverStripe community

When the Christchurch SilverStripe community came together earlier this month, developers spoke about setting up an OS X local environment, getting a site in order before its SilverStripe 4 upgrade, and using Docker.

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Development within agencies, continuous integration, and Gitlab CI

There’s a lot of excellent discussion about continuous integration and how useful it is in modern web development. In this post, E2 Digital’s Tim Oliver explains how to get started with GitLab CI.

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Getting Meta; A datastore in a datastore

Posted in Open Source, Developers

Tagged open source, developers, SilverStripe, JSONText

by Russell Michell

Posted 9 October 2018

Introducing an exciting and  little known SilverStripe module, JSONText, which stores and manipulates JSON data programmatically and optionally via the UI using the silverstripe/cms module. 

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StripeCon EU – Strength in numbers

More than 90 SilverStripe developers, agencies, and community members recently came together in the charming city of Enschede to celebrate the 5th StripeCon EU conference.

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Site of the Month: Vitora

September’s Site of the Month is Vitora by the skilled team at Web Torque, a digital agency and SilverStripe Professional Partner based in Auckland, New Zealand.

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Update on SilverStripe 5.x

Earlier this year the SilverStripe 3.x release line changed phases and the 5.x release is getting closer, so we thought it was time to give you all an update on where we’re at.

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