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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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Route Whitelist

Living in fear of a security scanning bot taking down your website? Fear no more. We've got the perfect solution for you.

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Framework 3.3.0 - Release Candidate One

We've released 3.3.0 release candidate one.

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A Message From "Helpful Robot"

"Greeting humans. I have been studying your software, for some time. SilverStripe modules interest me, particularly. Here are some statistics I have found."

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SilverStripe 4.0: Changes to Files

With SilverStripe 4.0 expected to be released this year, we thought it would be a good time to talk about some of the new features it will contain.

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Open Source Module Lessons

A new series of lessons to guide you through creating, releasing, and open sourcing your module.

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Get your hands on a new Framework: 3.3.0 beta released!

The next version of SilverStripe CMS and Framework is ready just in time for Christmas!

 

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IA or the highway

Posted in Open Source, Developers

Tagged UX

Posted 21 December 2015

What IA is and how it helps you better present information on your website and create a great online experience for users.

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How safe is your email?

Each day over 200 billion emails are sent – some contain highly sensitive information and the vast majority is unencrypted with just a little more protection than a postcard in the mail. So how do you improve privacy of your email?

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The State of E-commerce in SilverStripe

What tools are available within the SilverStripe ecosystem? What would it take for SilverStripe to be a first-class commerce platform? Developer Mark Guinn gives you all the answers in this guest post.

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The house that open source built: why release modules?

You don't have to create the next Apache web server, or Wikipedia. The code you're creating today could be just as valuable to the developers facing the same problems as you.

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Dude Where's My Data?

Developer Chris Barrett from Little Giant shows you how to generate data to test and develop more efficiently through SilverStripe seeder.

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Leveling up your SilverStripe CMS website

Upgrading your SilverStripe CMS website can be a bit like a Role Playing Game. Cam shares some tips to help you through the epic journey.

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Announcing KickAssets 3 for SilverStripe

Aaron 'Uncle Cheese' Carlino has just released module KickAssets 3 - an alternative to the Files and Images section in SilverStripe, using React JS.

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SilverStripe Kapost Module: Bridging technologies

Posted in Open Source

Tagged Kapost, content, modules, CMS

Posted 6 November 2015

Lead Developer Rob Mac Neil from Webbuilders Group talks about how their new Kapost-Bridge module integrates the SilverStripe CMS with Kapost.

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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

Community Contributor Spotlight - conversation with Anselm Christophersen

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

3.2 stable finally final

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

Hosting in the Ocean

Hosting on virtual servers is daunting and exciting in equal parts. read

Carlos Barberis on Amy Palamountain’s “Making Desktop apps With JavaScript”

Today SilverStripe Senior Developer - Carlos Barberis - shares his thoughts on Amy Palamountain's talk... read

SilverStripe 3.2.0 RC1 is out!

The first release candidate for SilverStripe 3.2.0 has now been released and is ready to download. read