Announcing Silverstripe CMS 4.7!
We’re bringing in the new year with the recently released Silverstripe CMS 4.7. This release focuses on an improved view for Content Managers to track where files are being used in your project. Highlights for Developers include PHP 8 support, the ability to trigger actions from the toast notification component, plus a wide range of house-keeping improvements and fixes.
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.read
On the 16th and 17th of February, a couple of SilverStripers from our UK office abandoned their duties as SilverStripe UK ambassadors and re-donned their PHP developer capes as they attended the PHP UK Conference. Here are their thoughts.read
We wrap up our PHP conference blog series today by giving you what you have... read
Today SilverStripe Senior Developer - Carlos Barberis - shares his thoughts on Amy Palamountain's talk... read
The New Zealand PHP Conference 2015 that ran over 3 days (2 - 4 September)... read
In just one week, the biggest names in web development will be visiting Wellington for... read
UncleCheese and I were looking over the silverstripe.org website recently when we came across the... read
Our final installment of speaker highlights has SilverStripe's UX Developer Michael Andrewartha sharing insights from... read
Today SilverStripe's Community Awesomeness Manager, Cam Findlay shares insights from NZ PHP Conference speaker and... read
Today we have highlights from two more NZ PHP Conference speakers. read
Today SilverStripe developer Elliot Sawyer shares his highlights from two NZ PHP Conference speakers -... read
It was fitting that the speaker chosen to kick off the first ever New Zealand... read