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ProcessWire 2018 Roadmap

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In this post, we take a look at all that was covered in 2017, and our roadmap for 2018, which includes plans for the year ahead. More 

ProcessWire 3.0.115 and 3.0.116 core updates

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This week we look at the two newest development branch versions, as there was no post last week. I couldn't type very well this time last week due to a cat bite, but all is well now. We didn't have a blog post for the 3.0.114 core updates, but there was a brief update on that version in the forum here, if you haven't already seen it. In this post, we'll cover what's new for 3.0.115 and 3.0.116, which includes quite a lot. More 

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  • New post: This week ProcessWire ProMailer has been released, plus we’ve got a nice upgrade in our community support forum, and more— More
    15 March 2019
  • New post: This week we look at the latest version of ProcessWire, 3.0.127 with nearly 30 new commits resolving dozens of older issue reports and a couple useful new features— More
    1 March 2019
  • New post: This week we take a look at what’s in ProcessWire 3.0.126 which focuses largely on resolving issue reports, but also includes a handy new Page if() method— More
    15 February 2019

Latest news

  • ProcessWire Weekly #253
    In the 253rd issue of ProcessWire Weekly we'll introduce the ProMailer Pro module, cover the upgrade made to our support forum software, check out Sanitizer Transliterate, and pick a new site of the week. Read on!
    Weekly.pw / 16 March 2019
  • ProcessWire ProMailer now available
    This week ProcessWire ProMailer has been released, plus we’ve got a nice upgrade in our community support forum, and more.
    Blog / 15 March 2019
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