FUEL CMS 1.4 has been released! This latest version includes CodeIgniter 3. With this upgrade to CodeIgniter 3 comes a couple things to be aware of especially if you are updating your site.
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We’ve just released FUEL CMS 1.2.1 which has a number of minor improvements and bug fixes. Normally, this release wouldn’t warrant a blog post. However, we thought it appropriate to write about a couple new FUEL advanced modules that were quietly added to GitHub—Forms and Locations. Their documentation can be found at docs.getfuelcms.com under the Forms Documentation and Locations Documentation.
FUEL CMS 1.2 is out and ready for download. Unlike the 1.1 release, which mostly included an upgrade to the latest CodeIgniter version, FUEL CMS 1.2 provides a number of feature enhancements and bug fixes. The release notes have a more complete list, but I wanted to highlight some of the bigger improvements.
FUEL CMS 1.1 has been released!
This tutorial will show you how to integrate Dropbox with a simple module in FUEL CMS.
One of the bigger changes to FUEL CMS 1.0 is the ability to create your own custom field types. This gives you amazing flexibility when creating forms for your layouts and modules. Custom fields are setup similar to CodeIgniter hooks in that you create an array of file configuration information that maps to a certain field type.
The upcoming FUEL CMS 1.0 release (currently still in beta) provides a ton of new features and improvements. Although the 1.0 User Guide covers most of these improvements, I want to highlight my favorite 10 new features in 1.0.
In May, we posted about what’s on the horizon in FUEL CMS and
looking at our blog activity, one may think FUEL CMS development has slowed down lately. However any look on GitHub or the Forum would tell a different story.
It’s been a while since our last blog post (and according to my own RSS reader), so we felt it was time to give an update as to what we plan on releasing in upcoming versions of FUEL CMS.