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  • ProcessWire 3.0.146 on the dev branch contains about 22 commits with a combination of useful upgrades and issue report resolutions, more details in this forum post: More
    22 November 2019
  • ProcessWire 3.0.144 and 3.0.145 add improved field template context override settings and include a new Inputfields API, along with numerous other issue fixes, optimizations and improvements to the core. More
    8 November 2019
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    1 November 2019

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“Indeed, if ProcessWire can be considered as a CMS in its own right, it also offers all the advantages of a CMF (Content Management Framework). Unlike other solutions, the programmer is not forced to follow the proposed model and can integrate his/her ways of doing things.” —Guy Verville, Spiria Digital Inc.