Back in March of this year, we released Grav 1.4, and soon after we proposed some PHP requirement changes to our upcoming releases. Today we are proud to release Grav 1.5 which is the first step in this process.
With Grav 1.5, the minimum requirements for Grav have been raised to PHP 5.6.4....
Today we're proud to release Grav 1.4, which has been in development and testing since the start of December 2017. This release has been created to act as a stepping stone in the Grav development process to make some new features and functionality available earlier than previously planned, and allow...
1.3.9introduced a major bug that causes GPM to stop working in the Admin plugin. However, this has been fixed in version Grav
1.3.10that is now available in the downloads, via CLI GPM, or Direct Install in the admin plugin. In response to this issue, we're going to start a new official...
Grav 1.3.3 and Grav Admin Panel 1.6.0 are here, and so are two-factor authentication, a new
gaussianBlurmedia method, flood protection, and more.
Grav has come a long way over the past two years. It has grown from a simple flat-file CMS to a modular powerhouse with over 200 freely-available plu...
The blog has been a bit quieter than normal lately, but that's only because we've been busy working on a new Grav release that contains a plethora of goodies, a variety of user requested improvements, an assortment of bug fixes, as well as a smattering of important security enhancements.
Today we proudly released Grav 1.2 along with the 1.3 of the Admin plugin. This marks our first major release since v1.1 was released in July last year. We've been busy though! Over the past 8 months or so we had 17 releases of the Grav core, and 14 releases of the Admin plugin. In f...
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!
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....