TL;DR I am happy to announce that we have launched an official GitHub Action for the automation in building Skeleton packages.
Grav Release Process
With the release of Grav 1.7, we have taken the opportunity to move from Travis to GitHub Actions for the creation of our release packa...
One of the cool new features of Grav 1.7 is the new
bin/grav servercommand that now comes with support for Symfony's PHP-FPM-powered local webserver. While Grav has support PHP's native web server, the Symfony server is faster and even supports SSL out of the box.
To take advantage of this...
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...
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....