MODX Co-founder, Jason Coward: Keeping MODX Relevant — Part One

MODX co-founder, Jason Coward, shares his ideas for MODX-next that embraces contemporary development principles in order to build a more flexible foundation. This is the part one of a three part series on laying the groundwork for a truly modern CMS.

By Jay Stephen Gilmore
February 12, 2015
MODX Co-founder, Jason Coward:  Keeping MODX Relevant — Part One

MODX co-founder, Jason Coward, shares his ideas for MODX-next that embraces contemporary development principles in order to build a more flexible foundation. This is the part one of a three part series on laying the groundwork for a truly modern CMS. A CMS that not only continues to solve real business problems but will allow developers to use and contribute to using the best practices PHP development has to offer.

His article doesn't touch on interface or user experience for end users but it's not being ignored. He's focusing first on the principles of architecture that will make it easier for everyone who uses MODX to have the creative freedom not only for site design but for every part of MODX.

Read Jason's article, Keeping MODX Relevant — Part One.