phpMyFAQ news from 2020

2020-02-16


The phpMyFAQ Team is pleased to announce phpMyFAQ 3.0.0, the "李文亮 (Li Wenliang)" release. This new major version after more than 3 years adds several improvements and new features. We changed PHP requirement to PHP 7.2 or later, we added PHP namespaces, Docker support, support for Elasticsearch v5+, a LDAP configuration frontend, a configuration for enable/disable XML sitemap, support for category images, support for categories on homepage, a filter functionality in templates, an improved attachment overview, HTML5 export, support for EU General Data Protection Regulation, a multiple attachment upload, a 404 page template, a Mongolian translation, support for adding own meta content in templates and we added new REST API v2 (including login). We improved sticky records and the brute force protection handling. We switched the CSS development from LESS to SCSS and the template variable syntax is now compatible with Twig/Handlebars. We updated the Turkish translation and all bundled dependencies. With v3.0 we deprecated RSS feeds and the old REST API v1. We removed the translation admin frontend, the XHTML export, support for ext/mssql the bundled Symfony ClassLoader, Bower (now using Yarn only), Grunt (now using Webpack) and Modernizr. We removed share on Facebook link and the Facebook Like Button support.

2020-01-24


The phpMyFAQ Team would like to announce the availability of phpMyFAQ 3.0.0-RC.2, the "Terry Jones" release. We fixed a lot of issue found by our test users of the second alpha release and we updated all of our bundled dependencies. Please don't use this version in production systems, but test this version and please report bugs!

2020-01-04


The phpMyFAQ Team is pleased to announce phpMyFAQ 3.0.0-RC, the "Jan Fedder" release. This first release candidate adds a new REST API and we migrated from Grunt to Webpack. We fixed a lot of issue found by our test users of the third beta release and we updated almost all of our bundled dependencies. Please don't use this version in production systems, but test this version and please report bugs!

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