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  • This week we’ve got a few new and interesting core updates in progress, though none quite ready to release just yet. So rather than releasing version 3.0.154 today, I thought we'd instead take a brief look at what’s coming over the next few weeks… More
    3 April 2020
  • ProcessWire 3.0.153 (dev) focuses on comments field updates, significant refactoring/improvements to ProcessWire’s core Template class and PagesLoader class (which is used by the pages API variable), and we introduce a useful new pages API method— More
    20 March 2020
  • ProcessWire 3.0.152 core updates— This week we have some major improvements to our core date/time Inputfield, as well as a new ability to specify your own custom classes for Page objects— More
    6 March 2020

Latest news

  • ProcessWire Weekly #308
    In the 308th issue of ProcessWire Weekly we're going to take a look at some upcoming core and pro module updates, check out two all-new third party modules, and more. Read on!
    Weekly.pw / 4 April 2020
  • ProcessWire updates and additions in progress
    This week we’ve got a few new and interesting core updates in progress, though none quite ready to release just yet. So rather than releasing version 3.0.154 today, I thought we'd instead take a brief look at what’s coming over the next few weeks. This post covers all the details.
    Blog / 3 April 2020
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