If you have been following our blog you know that we have been working rigorously on Mura 5.2. Very exciting stuff - we're introducing lots of new features and capabilities.
Over the last six months, I've been working on numerous projects that require me to work with extended attributes in Mura CMS. While it's easy to create them manually, creating them programatically provides even more functionality and flexibility.
I recently added a new way to map events in Mura. You can now simply directly add objects with the new application.pluginManager.addEventHandler() method
Some XSS vulnerabilities were recently uncovered in Mura. We highly recommend that you updates a few things in your current Mura installs.
Recently in the forum someone asked how they could change the default portal output for their news section. I thought I should post my response here to highlight some important information about how to customize Standard Mura output without editing the main display files.
We recently added a few api enhancements for programatically working with content in Mura. With the new content iterators and new improved bean methods we were able to make managing content and users simpler.
Taking the content from one page and displaying on another can be a very useful tool. Read on to see the code.
This is a request that comes up over and over again so I thought that I would blog about how to remove the siteID directory from the URLs that are generated by Mura. This process will probably be a quick little toggle in the admin at some point, but for now here are the steps.
Our booth is up and we're ready for the crowd. Here's a look at the Mura booth at CF.Objective()