Concrete5 have put together a detailed developer sneak peak video for their upcoming 5.7 version.
The free and open-source CMS allows you to build a variety of website types, including online stores, government websites, small business websites, online magazines and more.
Below are some of the features of version 5.7 confirmed this week:
- New jQuery 1.x
- JS & CSS precedence loading and minifying
- New authentication types
- New model view controller approach
- Namespaced core (psr4)
- Core & Override directory moving to the same level
- Docterine and steps towards total ORM
To get a real sneak peak at version 5.7, check out the developer sneak peak video below. Included in the video is a brief look at things like the enhanced file manager interface, the improved model view controller system, and much more.
You can find out more about Concrete5 via their official website.
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