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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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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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SilverStripe 3.7.1 and 4.2.0 are out

Proudly announcing new minor releases for the SilverStripe 3.x and 4.x release lines, including a few performance and security related changes which you should consider when upgrading. 

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Auckland Meetup: GraphQL, React & SilverStripe 4

The SilverStripe community recently came together for a long overdue meetup in Auckland, and heard presentations showcasing GraphQL, React, and SilverStripe 4.

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Meeting up with the SilverStripe community

At our most recent SilverStripe Meetup in Wellington, the community came together to learn about upgrading to SilverStripe 4, the dos, the don'ts and the benefits of upgrading to 4. SilverStripe developers Charlie and Marco also unpacked the topic of search, of which you can view in this post.

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The future of content delivery

How we produce, distribute and consume content is changing. To illustrate our thinking on the topic, our future of content delivery series in now available to download for free. If you're a marketer or CMS user, learn what is happening in the content space and what you should keep an eye out for.

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Good things take time: 4.0.0 stable released

We’re proud to announce the arrival of SilverStripe 4! This stable release is our first Long Term Support (LTS) release, and is quickly gaining module support with over 200 compatible modules already.

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Don’t reinvent the block

After extensive user research and feedback, a commercially supported SilverStripe module for content blocks is on its way. SilverStripe Principal Designer, Paul Clarke, talks us through what to expect. 

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