The latest news and updates from ProcessWire
Introducing Tracy Debugger 23 March 2016
Hi everyone, Adrian Jones here this week to give you a rundown on a relatively new module, TracyDebugger.
ProcessWire 3.0.12 adds support for extended page names 18 March 2016
ProcessWire 3.0.12 now supports the ability to use extended (UTF-8) page names, meaning your URLs can now have just about any characters that you want!
Composer, Google, Calendars and ProcessWire 11 March 2016
This week we’ve been focused on one of the major 3.x roadmap items, which is to have strong Composer support in ProcessWire. Plus we’ve got a new module that demonstrates installation by Composer and Google’s Client API with Google Calendar.
ProcessWire 3.0.10 expands image resize options 4 March 2016
This week we’ve got some really nice upgrades to our image resizing engine, a new core module type, and more.
ProcessWire 3.0.9 adds new long-click and save actions 26 February 2016
This week’s version of ProcessWire adds several new UI enhancements to the admin. We also have a new version of ProDrafts, now with Live Preview!
ProcessWire 3.0.8 brings smarter, faster page tree 12 February 2016
This week we’ve got a really nice improvement to ProcessWire’s page tree. We’ve also got some new updates on ProDrafts, as we’re just about ready to release it.
ProcessWire 3.0.7 Expands Field Rendering, Page Path History and More 5 February 2016
This week we have another new ProcessWire 3.x version for you that includes several updates and optimizations. We’ve also greatly expanded upon the field rendering with template files, with lots of info covered in this post.
ProcessWire 3.0.6 brings $pages upgrades, link abstraction and more 29 January 2016
This week we’ve got some great new optimized methods added to the $pages API variable, plus full link abstraction now built-in, new sub-selector upgrades, and more!
Growing ProcessWire in 2016 22 January 2016
This week we’re going to look at our path for growth in 2016, which is already off to a nice start! This includes where we’ve been, where we’re going, and how we will get there–with your help.
More Repeaters, Repeater Matrix and New Field Rendering 15 January 2016
In ProcessWire 3.0.5, you can nest repeater fields and use dynamic/AJAX loading for all items. Plus we’ve got the first test version of Repeater Matrix released, and new support for field templates…
ProcessWire 3.0.4: Repeaters Revisited + Preview of ProFields Matrix 8 January 2016
This week is all about repeaters, something that we didn’t cover on the roadmap last week–we always like to save a few surprises to keep things interesting. We’ve also got a preview of the new Repeater Matrix field coming soon to the ProFields package.
Happy New Year! Here’s a roadmap for ProcessWire in 2016 1 January 2016
In this post we take a look at all that is planned for ProcessWire in 2016. This includes plans for the core (3.x and 2.x), plans for the Pro modules, and big picture goals for the entire ProcessWire project!
Merry Christmas! Here's ProcessWire 3.0.3 and 2.7.3, and some more! 25 December 2015
Today we’ve got some nice upgrades to the comments manager, two new ProcessWire versions (3.0.3 and 2.7.3), plus a great tutorial from LostKobrakai.
A preview of coming attractions to ProcessWire’s image fields 18 December 2015
This week we have a guest post from Tom Reno (renobird) showing us some redesign work he is doing for our images field in ProcessWire.
ProcessWire 2.7.2 master and 3.0.2 devns 11 December 2015
This week we don’t have any major new features to introduce to you, but we do have two new ProcessWire versions! Plus we have a look at what’s coming in the weeks ahead.
Front-end editing now in ProcessWire 3.0 alpha-4 4 December 2015
This week we’ve got front-end editing now available for download and testing in version 3.0.1, aka alpha-4. We’ve also taken them quite a bit farther than what was introduced last week, and this post will be focused on covering all that you can do with it and how to use them.
Three new ProcessWire versions + a couple of surprises 27 November 2015
This week we’ve got ProcessWire 2.7.1 master, 2.7.2 dev and 3.0 alpha-3. Also read on for some surprises with regards to 3.0 that you don’t want to miss.
ProcessWire 2.7.1 dev + coding style guide 20 November 2015
This week we bring you ProcessWire 2.7.1 dev and introduce the new ProcessWire PHP coding style guide!
ProcessWire 2.7 is here! 13 November 2015
Today we’re proud to announce that ProcessWire 2.7 is officially released! This replaces the previous 2.6.1 as the new master/stable version. After 22 weekly versions on the dev branch, ProcessWire 2.7 is solid and ready. This post also covers what we’ll be working on next.
ProcessWire 2.6.23 (2.7 rc2), translation features, license discussion 6 November 2015
This week we released ProcessWire 2.6.23 (2.7 rc2) which includes many tweaks, PRs and some nice new language translation features. This post also has discussion of a more open license for ProcessWire, and a heads-up for those using Microsoft hosted email.
ProcessWire 3.0 (alpha 2) and 2.6.22 (rc1) 30 October 2015
This week we bring you two new versions of ProcessWire: 3.0 alpha-2 and 2.6.22 rc1. In this post we discuss the new module and template compiler options built into ProcessWire 3.x.
ProcessWire 2.6.21 upgrades comments + more on PW 3.x 23 October 2015
This week ProcessWire 2.6.21 introduces a new star rating system to the comments field. See it in action here. 2.6.21 also includes several fixes in preparation for 2.7. This post also covers some more details on ProcessWire 3.x.
ProcessWire 2.6.20 and surprise: ProcessWire 3.0 alpha 1 16 October 2015
Dev version 2.6.20 continues working towards 2.7. Plus a special preview alpha release of ProcessWire 3.0 and lots of discussion about it.
Padloper brings eCommerce to ProcessWire 9 October 2015
This week Antti writes about the Padloper - commercial eCommerce platform for ProcessWire.
ProcessWire 2.6.19 plus guide to optional core modules 2 October 2015
ProcessWire 2.6.19 contains numerous updates working towards PW 2.7. This post also contains a comprehensive overview of optional (uninstalled) core modules, some of which you may want to install!