June Open Source CMS Forecast: WordPress, Grav, Liferay, dotCMS Plan Releases

Another month, every other batch of open supply CMS providers tweaking their products.

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In May, we determined ourselves nicely and genuinely in the thick of conference season, as we mentioned no less than five separate open supply centered activities that have both come to skip, or are on the horizon.

Here’s what to expect from the open source world in June.

WordPress
After betas and a launch candidate, WordPress 4.Eight is predicted nowadays. Automattic Product Designer Mel Choyce stated through the WordPress Blog the WordPress crew hopes to, “ship WordPress 4.8 on Thursday, June eight.”

This specific WordPress launch is closely focused on widgets. The age-antique WordPress textual content widget is gaining a WYSIWYG and HTML editor, even as new widgets allow WordPress customers to insert photos and films into sidebars with extra ease.

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Liferay
Liferay Community Edition (CE) is getting a first-rate replace this month, with the supply of Liferay 7 CE GA4 release. This large launch includes some of fixes and enhancements and also will reintroduce the Ext plugin type, a particularly requested feature from the Liferay network.

Also, early chicken registration for Liferay Symposium North America 2017 remains open until June 30. The annual convention may be held in Austin on Oct. Sixteen through Oct. 17. If you want to speak at the occasion, Liferay is accepting talking proposals up till June 30, too.

Magnolia
Magnolia has introduced its new Unconference for builders, so as to take place in Basel, Switzerland on June 21, accompanied by days of workshops. Magnolia have run with the ‘unconference’ idea for years now, claiming that it we could delegates co-layout the agenda they need, since the topics are cautioned and determined by using the attendees themselves.

As for the workshops, Magnolia if focusing on the front stop development, non-stop delivery, and personalization.

Magnolia users can be using June to familiarize yourself with the lately launched Magnolia 5.5.4, which brings about enhancements for each author and builders. Those upgrades encompass smoother uploading of the zipping folder to the Assets app, UI improvements and YAML exporting for apps and JCR equipment.

In different news, Magnolia five.Three will attain the cease of its supported life on June 30, 2017. The vintage department will not be maintained or supported. Magnolia encourages users to improve sites to the modern-day launch within the Magnolia 5.X department. Find out more.

DotCMS
dotCMS launched four.1 on June 6, and although it’s technically a minor release, there are some noteworthy updates being made to the platform.

The new release will result in REST API content type management, Hazelcast integration, innovative JPEG aid and greater.

DotCMS may also be provided at the Digital Marketing for Financial Services Summit in Toronto on June 22.

EZ Systems
We’re at the very last day of the eZ Conference, which kicked off in London on June 6 and ends these days.

The company found out the eZ Platform cloud, its purpose-built Platform-as-a-Service answer on the occasion in addition to announced plans to open a new London office. You can examine extra right here.

Grav
Grav, the open supply flat-file CMS, launched Grav 1.2 and Admin Plugin 1.3 on March 31. It’s the platform’s first foremost launch in nearly a yr.

New capabilities for Grav consist of a force SSL capability, cached JSON document aid and support for PHP’s built-in web server. As for the admin plugin, customers can experience custom avatars, a new permissions field and an interface that’s less difficult to use on cellular gadgets.

2017: Approaching Halfway
New product updates from WordPress, Grav, Liferay, and dotCMS prove that the open supply space is in good fitness as we circulate closer to the midway mark of 2017.