Thursday, September 22, 2016
For 5,50 Euros you’ll be able to read a lot of exciting stuff in the most recent issue of developer magazine dotnetpro. And the best thing: it also includes content by byte5. Founder Christian Wendler has written a review on this year’s Umbraco Codegarden that gave us a foretaste of all that’s planned for the second half of 2016.
For the news on the open source CMS don’t stop with the recently released beta of version 7.5.0: The developers in Umbraco’s HQ in Odense, Denmark are currently working on versions 7.6.0 as well as upcoming major release 8.0 that are both bound to be launched until the end of the year.
Among the features are, for instance, the greatly improved cache function that’s been given the working title “New Cache” and that is going to make Umbraco even more quick and rich in functions. Based on the changes it brings, version 8 shall include an easy way of segmenting user groups and leading them to different page variations, which is supported by the multipage talents the system has had for quite some time. Also editing multilingual projects will be simplified in the future.
Check our byte5 blog for more information on Umbraco’s great plans.
We have just received the latest issue 10/16 of the dotnetpro magazine with the article "Rapid Development Year".