Grav 1.0.10, the previous stable version, was released Feb 11th 2016, and it has proved to be extremely solid and reliable. Over the past 5 months, we've not slowed development, in fact we have made over 3000 commits to fix bugs, add features, and generally improve Grav even further!
It’s that time again, the CMS Critic Awards are coming and it’s time to nominate your favorite content management systems. Grav, which made it to the top three in multiple categories in the past, needs your help again this year to secure a spot on the voting card.
The CMS Critic Awards is an i...
After a month and a half of development, we have completed our Beta phase of Grav 1.1, and are now excited to release Grav 1.1 Release Candidate 1. This is the first release candidate which we will continue to bugfix and improve until we are comfortable to release it into the wild as the new st...
So I've gotten around to creating the first Grav User Group (GUG) on meetup.com. As I live in Golden, and that's very close to Denver, I figured it would make an ideal location for our first user group. So, if you are in the Denver metro area and want to meetup and talk about Grav, join this group and we'll get some scheduled meetups organized!
As I previously outlined in the Grav Version 1.1 Coming Soon blog post, there are many great improvements under the covers of the upcoming Grav 1.1 version. We now need your help to test these new features and functionality to ensure they are all working as intended and perform as advertised....
Last year I setup a Raspberry Pi 2 Model B as a development web server. I took note of the steps involved and over the ensuing months, I've provided those notes to individuals on our Gitter chat looking to do the same thing. I recently purchased the latest Raspberry Pi 3 Model B which has the same form-factor, but has a faster 1.2Ghz quad core processor, built-in WIFI, and Bluetooth 4.1. I thought I would take this opportunity to update my notes, and turn them into a full blown tutorial as this seems to be a popular subject.
In this tutorial, we cover the basics to get Raspbian OS running on your Raspberry Pi computer. We will install the high-performance nginx 1.9 webserver, along with PHP 7.0 for optimal performance. We'll also cover installing the latest Netatalk 3 with spotlight support for easy file sharing with your Mac. So read on dear listener if you would like to discover the joy of building your own full linux-powered server on a $35 computer!
I wanted to take this opportunity to outline what we've been working on the past few months and provide some details on what you can expect in the upcoming releases. Since we released Grav 1.0 and the 1.0 version of the Admin Plugin 4 months ago, we have had 10 point releases. These primarily fo...