Jaws, developed by the Jaws project led by Ali Fazelzadeh, has now seen its latest upgrade in the form of Jaws 1.1.0.
For those of you who are unaware of Jaws platform, it is described by its creators as a, “Framework and Content Management System for building dynamic web sites. It aims to be User Friendly giving ease of use and lots of ways to customize web sites, but at the same time is Developer Friendly, it offers a simple and powerful framework to hack your own modules.”
The open-source platform offers a user interface which is extremely user friendly, along with a host of “gadgets” which can be inserted into your website via a drag-and-drop system. To get a better idea of what it can do, check out our Jaws CMS Review.
Now though, let's take a look at what's new for Jaws users.
Jaws 1.1.0 is the latest release of the CMS, bringing about a huge myriad of additions, updates and fixes. Below is a full list of what you can expect from Jaws 1.1.0:
It's fair to say that the Jaws CMS team has been busy beefing up their platform, and the long list of new features and fixes above are a testament to that. To see more about Jaws 1.1.0, check out the official release notes.
To find out more about Jaws, visit the Jaws Project website. Additionally, you can learn more about Jaws CMS via our CMS Directory.