The latest news and updates from ProcessWire
ProcessWire 3.0.45 core updates 16 December 2016
This latest version on the dev branch includes several tweaks, fixes, upgrades and some nice optimizations. This post covers them all, plus a look at our new Page field configuration. Then we conclude with some fun API tips and tricks.
ProcessWire 3.0.44 – Repeater and Repeater Matrix upgrades 9 December 2016
Lots of fun new upgrades to our Repeater and Repeater Matrix fields this week. In this post we cover all the details along with a couple of screenshots. You can start using these now in ProcessWire 3.0.44.
ProcessWire 3.0.43 core updates 2 December 2016
In this post we cover ProcessWire 3.0.43 (dev) which includes a lot of updates and a newly upgraded $page->url() method. Also a bit on the FileCompiler and revisiting last week’s ProcessWire Weekly recipe.
ProcessWire 3.0.42 is out and ProDevTools is released 25 November 2016
What’s in the new master version 3.0.42, and covering the release of the new ProDevTools modules: ProfilerPro and API Explorer. Plus, a look at some of what we’ll be focusing on in 2017!
ProcessWire 3.0.41 and a look at API Explorer 18 November 2016
Covers updates in our master version 3.0.41, plus a look at the new the API Explorer module.
A look at the new ProfilerPro module 11 November 2016
This week we introduce the new ProDevTools set of modules aimed at developers, starting with a sneak preview of the ProfilerPro module.
ProcessWire 3.0.40 core and more 4 November 2016
New master and dev versions released, more coverage of what you can do with the new Functions API, plus a couple useful tips and tricks.
ProcessWire 3.0.39 core updates 28 October 2016
This week has been busy! We’ve got updates to our demo site, a new functions API, and other core additions that you may find useful in template files.
ProcessWire 3.0.38 core updates 21 October 2016
This week we’ve got a new dev branch version with several updates which we’ll merge to master soon. This post also includes a useful recipe on how to log all outgoing emails sent from your site.
ProcessWire 3.0.37 and ProFields Text Blocks 14 October 2016
In addition to our regular core updates, we also have a new ProFields module to introduce to you this week. It’s something a little different that we’ve found pretty useful and think some of you will too.
ProcessWire 3.0.36 and looking forward 7 October 2016
A look at what’s new in ProcessWire 3.0.36 master, plus a look forward at what we’ll be working on in the weeks ahead.
ProcessWire 3 master and changelog 30 September 2016
ProcessWire 3 is now officially released! In this post we cover all that’s new in ProcessWire 3 relative to our previous major version.
ProcessWire 3.x release and more 23 September 2016
This week we started using our new GitHub organization repository to soft launch version 3.0. ProcessWire 3.0 now appears on packagist as well (installable via Composer). We’ve got several other updates for you as well!
Introduction: Migrations Module 16 September 2016
Introduction to the Migrations module and the issue it does try to solve. A small demo and a view into further developments around the module included.
CMS Critic Powered by ProcessWire (again) + Case Study 9 September 2016
Jonathan Lahijani discusses his experience and approach in transforming CMS Critic from WordPress to ProcessWire along with his opinions on the right tool for the job.
ProcessWire 3.0.33 and 2.8.33 2 September 2016
This week we’ve loaded up our new ProcessWire repository with the latest 3.x version and we have some more details on that, as well as the official 3.x release date. We’ve also got a recipe you might find useful here as well.
Looking closer at the ProcessWire 3.x and 2.8 release 26 August 2016
In this post we take a look at 3.0.32 core updates and go into detail about how we might handle the release of ProcessWire 3.0 and 2.8.
Tesla Model S + ProcessWire 19 August 2016
While we work towards a 3.x master version, we’ll shift gears for a moment this week to review the Tesla Model S that we borrowed for the weekend, and were truly inspired by it. We’ve also got some updates to several 1st party modules this week as well.
How to use multi-instance in PW 3.x 12 August 2016
This week work continued on preparing 3.x (and 2.8.x) for release. One of the features of 3.x that we’d not yet covered in much detail was the multi-instance support. So the primary focus this week was in making sure we clarified and simplified some things in that respect. This post covers all the details. Plus we’ve got some $session updates you might find useful.
ProcessWire 3.0.29 and 2.8.29 5 August 2016
This week we covered close to a dozen issues and around ten pull requests, so you’ll find lots of updates in today’s versions (3.0.29 and 2.8.29). Plus some info for those that have inquired about ProcessWire site development help.
ProcessWire 3.0.28 & 2.8.28 29 July 2016
Includes coverage of weekly updates to the ProcessWire core, as well as a look at how to create your own custom utility hook functions.
More Fieldtype upgrades in ProcessWire 3.0.27 22 July 2016
This week the core continued to be upgraded for more Fieldtype features like pagination support. We also released a new version of ProFields Table (v14). This post also looks at a new SmashingMagazine.com tutorial and more on the 3.x release timing.
New paginated Fieldtype support and FieldtypeTable upgrades 15 July 2016
With support for paginated Fieldtypes, ProcessWire’s scalability has moved to the next level. Not sure what this means? Don’t worry, this post has a screencast that makes it clear. We’ve also got some other nice upgrade for ProFields Table.
ProcessWire 3.0.25 and 2.8.25 bring enhanced page finding selectors 8 July 2016
This week we’ve got a pretty major upgrade to our page finding selectors that we think you will find useful in a lot of cases! Now you can accomplish much more with less, and this really brings our selectors to the next level.
ProcessWire 3.0.24 and 2.8.24 enhance page traversal 1 July 2016
This week updates were focused on covering GitHub issue reports and feature requests, plus some great new performance improvements to our page traversal methods.