Why Upgrade to SilverStripe 4?
Ryan McLaren, an avid supporter of the recent upgrade to SilverStripe 4 and guest author of this post, discusses the reasons why upgrading to SS4 may be a great step for you or your company.
SilverStripe 4.0.0-beta4 has been released! This marks the end of the beta development cycle and the beginning of the release candidate cycle. See what the Open Source team have been working on in this beta4 release.read
SilverStripe 4.0.0-beta3 is now live. Take a look at the fresh screenshots of the file previews in SS4 and what we've been working on for this beta3 release.read
This release freezes any changes to the SilverStripe 4 API. We’ll be shifting our attention towards bug fixing and polishing of the UI for a stable release later this year.read
Here at SilverStripe, we're constantly striving to improve site performance. Today's announcement looks at the 3.6.0 release with its support for PHP 7.
This update brings a lot more polish and feature completion to many of the new major features in SilverStripe 4read
You can get SilverStripe 4 alpha-1 now. This is not a drill.read
As part of our on-going improvement of SilverStripe Platform, we have just released a new... read
It's been a long cycle since the first beta of 3.2 was available in June... read
SilverStripe version 3.1.12 stable has been released today, you can get a copy from our downloads section. read
Anyone currently using the subsites module should be aware that there has been a recent... read
A short notice for users of the Translatable module. read
We've now released the latest version of the SilverStripe framework, version 3.1.6. read
SilverStripe 3.1 was officially released almost ten months ago now and the feedback we’ve had... read
Update 13 May 2014: Stable version of 3.1.5 and 3.0.11 are now avilable from our downloads. read
Update 9 April 2014: Stable version of 3.1.4 and 3.0.10 are now avilable from our downloads. read