The latest news and updates from ProcessWire
ProcessWire 3.0.66 & Functional Fields 7 July 2017
This week we’ve got ProcessWire version 3.0.66, and this post takes an in-depth look at the new “Functional Fields” ProFields module, just released today.
ProcessWire updates and new field types 30 June 2017
This week we’ve got a new multi-language email field, a tutorial on how to use file/image files as multi-language fields, plus we introduce a new and unique ProFields module that’s in the works.
ProcessWire 3.0.65 core updates 23 June 2017
This week’s core version on the dev branch includes a lot of small fixes and improvements. We’ve also got a new multi-language URL field available this week as well.
A look at upcoming page export/import functions 16 June 2017
This week we take a closer look at the very useful new page export/import functions that we’re currently building into the core.
Building the Canongate website with ProcessWire 2 June 2017
Alex recently worked with design agency Human After All to build a website for this leading independent book publisher. This post discusses the highlights, challenges and successes in building this impressive ProcessWire-powered site.
ProcessWire 3.0.63 adds client-side image resizing 26 May 2017
This week we’ve added client-side image resize support to the core, and we think you are really going to like what it brings and how it works.
New 2.8 version, current projects and PW usage 19 May 2017
This week we’ve got ProcessWire 2.8.62, a look at some current work-in-progress, and some nice momentum in ProcessWire usage and market share.
Short update with ProcessWire 3.0.62 master 12 May 2017
While a relatively quiet week due to travel, the 3.0.62 version has been merged from dev to master, plus a few other small updates.
ProcessWire 3.0.62 and more on markup regions 5 May 2017
This post covers what’s in ProcessWire 3.0.62 and provides an in-depth look at the final spec of markup regions, how they work, and how to use them.
Amazon AWS now powering processwire.com sites 28 April 2017
This week we’ve got lots of details on our successful migration to Amazon AWS services for the processwire.com network of sites.
ProcessWire 3.0.61 master 21 April 2017
This week we’ve merged the dev branch to the master branch for ProcessWire version 3.0.61 master. This replaces the existing master version 3.0.42. There is quite a lot in this new version and we’ll cover much of it here in this post.
ProcessWire 3.0.60 core updates and more 14 April 2017
This week we have ProcessWire 3.0.60, which is likely to be our next master version. We’ve also got a few more Pro module updates, as well as a major update to our online API reference.
ProcessWire 3.0.59, module updates and more 7 April 2017
The latest core dev branch coming soon to the master branch, plus several Pro module updates and more.
ProcessWire 3.0.58 core updates and more 31 March 2017
This week we have a new core version on the dev branch with several tweaks and PRs. Work also continues on the Uikit admin theme framework, and more.
ProcessWire 3.0.57 and admin theme framework updates 24 March 2017
This week, some more layout options have been added to it that I think many may find useful. This post highlights them with a screencast.
ProcessWire 3.0.56 and Uikit admin theme updates 17 March 2017
This week we have a new core version on the development branch and some nice updates to our Uikit admin theme in development. This post covers them in detail, includes a screencast and links to a live demo of the updates.
ProcessWire 3.0.55 core updates 10 March 2017
This week we’ve got a new core version on the dev branch (3.0.55). This version has a whole bunch of fixes and adjustments. It also adds a new drop-down page tree that we cover in more detail in this blog post.
ProcessWire 3.0.54 and Uikit 3 admin theme 3 March 2017
Last week’s post indicated we may have the first [beta] version of the Uikit admin theme ready, and I’m glad to report that we’ve now got it ready for download on GitHub. In this post, we’ll describe what’s new, how to install it, and how to develop with it.
Demo of admin theme framework 24 February 2017
This week we’ve got a demo setup of the admin theme framework that’s been written about in the last two weeks of posts. Read all about it here and try it out from our demo site.
Continuing work on new admin theme framework 17 February 2017
Last week we looked at progress on a new admin theme framework for ProcessWire. This week we’ll do the same, as development continues to move forward and we have a lot more screenshots to share (though keep in mind this is largely un-themed/stock).
Working towards a new admin theme 10 February 2017
This week we’ve started developing a new admin theme for ProcessWire that aims to be a community collaboration. We’ve now got some good momentum with lots to share in this post. We also get into some technical details and have screenshots as well.
Optimizing 404s in ProcessWire 3 February 2017
This week we give extensive coverage on how to optimize 404 requests in ProcessWire. In this post you’ll learn about why 404s are significant issue, and then we’ll look at what you can do to optimize and ensure your site doesn’t waste valuable time and resources serving irrelevant crawlers and bots. This post also briefly covers this week’s core version 3.0.52.
Introducing a new ProcessWire site profile 27 January 2017
Consistent with the plans of introducing new site profiles this year, we’ve started work on the new site profile, and have the first version ready this week. This profile contains a blog component and uses the new Uikit 3 front-end framework.
ProcessWire 3.0.50 core updates 20 January 2017
This week’s version of ProcessWire expands upon our markup regions support introduced last week, and also contains various minor fixes and tweaks. In addition, it adds a $urls API variable…
ProcessWire 3.0.49 introduces a new template file strategy 13 January 2017
This week we take a look at a new template file output strategy available in ProcessWire 3.0.49+. This strategy is an experimental but super-simple new alternative to direct output and delayed output, and in some ways a combination of both. Yet it’s likely to be more accessible for front-end developers and newcomers to ProcessWire, without any sacrifices. Have a read and let us know what you think.