Since the MODXpo in Munich last year, a lot of diligent work and discussions have been occurring behind the scenes. Today we’re happy to announce a formal advisory board and governance model inspired by other successful Open Source projects. It is the right time, and a great step, in taking MODX to the next level.
How to configure MODX CMS to serve Accelerated Mobile Pages, and leverage the Google AMP Cache for content delivery.
Revolution 2.5.1 is out now and contains improvements to the very popular, Amazon S3 Media Sources, a couple minor security issues and several enhancements to the Revo Manager interface. If you’re not yet using Revolution 2.5, now is the time to upgrade.
Since our last update four weeks ago, we’ve been working hard to bring you self-serve SSL certificate installation. With SSL becoming more and more valuable, now all customers on our current plans can add and manage their own SSL certificates for their Cloud sites. Read the full announcement.
MODX Revolution 2.5 is now out and brings PHP7 compatibility, ability to have faster performance for anonymous users, improved Manager interface when accessing from mobile or tablet devices, enhanced accessibility and much more.
We’re long overdue a MODX Cloud update, but it’s not too late. This update includes the new Add-ons tab, with access to new features, simplified custom domains pricing, and making SSL available on all plans. Read the full announcement.
MODX Revolution 2.5 is soon to be released and today, we’ve released the second release candidate (RC2). There are dozens of improvements including PHP7 compatibility, accessibility and mobile user experience improvements and much more. Check it out. Try it out.
Revolution 2.4.4 is out now and contains a fix for a bug introduced in 2.4.3 that caused problems with output filters (modifiers). If you’re not yet using Revolution 2.4, now is the time to upgrade.
February 29th comes just once every 4 years, and on this special day, MODX Evolution 1.1 has been published. This monumental release of this community-led project includes more than 300 commits by 21 developers and dozens of improvements and bugfixes.
The latest release of MODX Revolution with mostly bugfixes and small user experience improvements.