The Concrete5 team has been busy recently, releasing version 5.7, before updating it twice. They've also released some developer resources for anybody wanting to delve into the code.
Concrete5 is an open-source content management system with a reputation for flexibility and its strong community.
Version 5.7 brought about a myriad of updates, and Concrete5 has continued to add to it since. The result? A long, long list of new stuff for Concrete5 users to enjoy.
Concrete5 5.7 has enhancements for a long list of areas. Users will find that content editing, theme customization, and so forth have all been optimized.
Regarding the release, Concrete5 CTO Andrew Embler had this to say:
“For the first time in 6 years, we’ve decided to not put backward compatibility first and foremost. We really wanted to have a clean slate, so we could embrace ideas that involved deep changes to the system.”
Here's a breakdown of what's new with Concrete5.
And that's not even half of it. To find out more about Concrete5 5.7, check out the release notes.
That's a lot of activity to keep up with, so here are all the highlights, along with the download link to the very latest Concrete5 release.
I told you it was a long list.
The Concrete5 blog has all of this information, and much more. Yep, this long list isn't even complete, as the bug fixes are plentiful.
Also, be sure to explore more of Concrete5 via our CMS Directory.