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ProcessWire 3.0.87 core updates

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For our final dev branch version of 2017, we've added a couple new features that I think you'll find useful. For starters, we've added drag-and-drop (and paste) image upload support to our richtext editor (CKEditor), which is really handy. We've got all the details and a short screencast here as well.  More 

ProcessWire 3.0.80, Pro module Q&A, CKEditor 5 and more

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This week we've got a new version of ProcessWire 3.0.80. In this post we also look at how to create a language pack, and answer a lot of common questions about Pro module renewals, upgrades and more. Lastly, we take a brief look at the upcoming CKEditor 5. More 

Twitter updates

  • New post: ProcessWire 3.0.131 adds support for partial/resumable downloads and http stream delivery, and contains several updates to our comments system, among other updates— More
    3 May 2019
  • New post: Quietly and without interruption this week, the ProcessWire.com website (and all subdomains) moved from a single static server to a load-balanced multi-server environment, giving us even more horsepower and redundancy than before— More
    19 April 2019
  • New post: With ProcessWire 3.0.130, this week we’ll take a detailed look at a few useful new API additions made in the last few weeks, along with examples of each—More
    12 April 2019

Latest news

  • ProcessWire Weekly #262
    The 262nd issue of ProcessWire Weekly will cover the latest module updates, both Pro modules and non-commercial ones. We've also got some highlights from the support forum, and a beautiful new site of the week. Read on!
    Weekly.pw / 18 May 2019
  • Lots of module updates
    In this post we take a quick look at the new version of ProFields Repeater Matrix, yet another new version of FormBuilder, and a new version of the GoogleClientAPI module.
    Blog / 17 May 2019
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