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about the Core, Modules, Plugins and Themes.

What's new in flatCore 2.0

02.12.2020 11:45

The new version, not only have many new features. Many functions has been rewritten and modernized. The backend has received a makeover and is now running a lot faster than before.

New database

With the switch to the database framework medoo, we can support additional databases. We have now started with MySQL and there are sure to be more to come. Of course, SQLite remains in the list of supported databases.

Blog

In the past there was already the possibility of setting up a blog or news management with flatCore. But the process of using  addons just wasn't easy enough. That is why there is now the "Blog/Posts" section directly in the core.

Comments

A comment function should of course not be missing. Even if Disqus and Facebook already gave the option, we now have a comment function directly in the core. Comments can of course also be activated on all pages (optional).

Categories

In order not to lose track of many pages or text templates, there are already freely configurable labels (in the backend). Now we have also introduced Categories. This allows blog posts and (individual) pages to be better organized.

Backend

As already mentioned, a lot has happened under the hood. We switched from Less to Sass to better integrate Bootstrap. Thumbnails are automatically generated during the upload in order to shorten the loading times. The system settings have been divided into individual pages, sorted by topic. If you want to be one of the beta testers, you can now install the latest version from the develop branch directly from the ACP.

Get the latest Version from GitHub:
https://github.com/flatCore/flatCore-CMS/tree/develop

 


Roadmap

The development of flatCore CMS is very time consuming and requires a lot of resources. Nevertheless, flatCore.org should remain ad-free. You are welcome to support this project with a donation.

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