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Published by Skenow on 2014/12/21 (1797 reads)
A critical security flaw was discovered in Git clients and patched this week. This does not affect any of our repositories hosted on Assembla, but can impact your local clones of the repository. The vulnerability concerns repositories or clones that reside on file systems that are case-insensitive or case-normalizing (like OSX using HFS+ or Windows, whether it uses NTFS or FAT).
Published by Fiammybe on 2013/10/23 (1871 reads)
Jetbrains just released a new major version of PHPStorm, their PHP-oriented development environment. Some of the core team have been using PHPStorm for a while now, and this is an IDE that is loaded with time-saving features and goodies. The fact that it runs on Windows, MacOS and Linux is a big plus!
Published by Fiammybe on 2013/6/24 (1239 reads)
We will be locking the main branches for ImpressCMS 1.3 (in SVN) and ImpressCMS 2.0 (in Git) again. From now on, no more development will be directly accepted in the main branch, you'll need to use a task branch to develop your change, and use a merge request to get it included in the core.
Published by Fiammybe on 2012/2/28 (2345 reads)
The ImpressCMS Compas for 2012 is now available. At regular intervals, a project needs to review its goals, and the way it will use to achieve those goals. That's what the ImpressCMS Compass 2012 describes.
Published by Fiammybe on 2011/8/30 (1215 reads)
We're getting ready to start the release of ImpressCMS 1.3 Release Candidate 2. Once RC2 has been released, no new functionalities or changes will be accepted in the repository, except fixes for bugs identified during the test phase of ImpressCMS 1.3 RC2.
After this, ImpressCMS Final should be released quite soon, at least before the end of September 2011.
Published by Marcan on 2010/2/18 (2216 reads)
Join me today at 1 PM EST for this week ImpressCMS Persistable Framework Q&A Session. These sessions are held every Thursday, one week at 1 PM EST (GMT -5) and the other week at 4PM EST (GMT -5). Each week, we will be reviewing some IPF concepts and answering any questions you may have. If you are interested, please send me your question in advance at mal at inboxintl dot com.
Here is how to join today:
Published by Marcan on 2010/1/28 (3366 reads)
As mentionned in a few places, we are doing a live Q&A session every week where we are explaining ImpressCMS Persistable concepts and applications. It is held every Thursday, one week at 1PM EST (GMT -5) and the other week at 4PM EST (GMT -5). Each week, we will be revieing some IPF concepts and answreing any questiosn you may have. If you are interested, please send me your question in advance at mal at inboxintl dot com.
Today's session was a success and we invite you to the next one, next week, February 4th at 1 PM EST (GMT -5). We are using Webex conferecing to hold this Q&A Session. Here is how to join us next week:
Published by Marcan on 2010/1/12 (1759 reads)
I'm very pleased to announced the publication of the 4th ImpressCMS Persistable Framework Webcast, where we are discussing the 2 classes at the very root of the IPF, IcmPersistableObject and IcmsPersistableObjectHandler. This session is divided into 2 videos:
I also recommend the other videos of the IPF Webcast Sessions, which are all available here. Stay tune for the 5th session, next week, where we will be digging a little bit more into IcmsPersistableObject as well as IcmsPersistableForm.
Published by Marcan on 2009/12/31 (1398 reads)
As promised, I am very glad to give you the third session of the IPF Webcast: Structure of an IPF Module. In this video, I discuss the files and folders structure of an IPF module. I also quickly explain how to edit a template in the module.
You can watch the video here: IPF Webcast Session 3: Structure of an IPF Module
I also recommend the other videos of the IPF Webcast Sessions, which are all available here. Stay tune for the 4th session, next week, where we will be digging a little bit more into code and explaining the 2 main classes of IPF: IcmsPersistableObject and IcmsPersistableObjectHandler.
Published by Fiammybe on 2009/12/22 (2401 reads)
In this second installment video of the ImpressCMS sessions focusing on the imBuilding module, Marc-André shows how to quickly create a basic module using imBuilding.
Published by Fiammybe on 2009/12/11 (2340 reads)
The IPF sessions are continuing. After the introduction last time, we'll have a look at how to create your own ImpressCMS module using the imBuilding module.
Published by Fiammybe on 2009/12/6 (1053 reads)
The first session of 'Introduction to IPF' was held on Friday, 4 December 2009. Future web sessions will normally be held each Friday. An announcement with the exact time and instructions on how to connect will be posted here shortly.
Published by Fiammybe on 2009/11/23 (2723 reads)
Join marcan (aka Marc-André Lanciault) as he discusses the creation of modules for ImpressCMS 1.2 using IPF (ImpressCMS Persistable Framework). This session will take place Friday, December 4th at 1:30 PM GMT -5 via Webex.
Published by Marcan on 2008/10/3 (1819 reads)
The ImpressCMS project is happy to announce the availability of 2 new RSS feeds which you can use to stay informed of the latest development in the development of the core! Every 15 minutes, these feeds get updated with the latest commits in our SVN.
You can access these feeds here: http://www.impresscms.org/svnfeed/.
Published by Tom on 2008/5/14 (5517 reads)
Effective immediately, ImpressCMS will no longer support PHP4 in future releases of our Community Management System.
PHP 4.4.8 marks the last normal release for the PHP4 series, with the exception of security patches, until its end of life on August, 08 2008.