We're off to Minneapolis this morning for CF.Objective(). We'll be doing a presentation to the Twin Cities CFUG at 5:30 (anyone is welcome) and speaking briefly at the opening reception. We're a sponsor, so you'll find us hanging at our booth for the entirety of the conference. Please stop by and say Hi.
It's been a long time coming, but we've finally posted some documentation on how to interact with Mura to extend existing functionality, integrate existing applications, or create new ones. Topics covered include: The Mura API, The Class Extension Manager, Using CFML directly, the [mura ] Tag, as well as some prelimary Plug-In documentation. We've also put together some application flow charts.
We've been hard at work, improving Mura (formerly Sava CMS) and have updates to announce, some completed, some in-progress. Highlights include more robust caching, FCK Editor Update, and Rich Text Editing for extended attributes.
Due to a trademark challenge from another software company (who we're not going to name here) we've been encouraged by our lawyers to change the name of Sava CMS. After much discussion and debate, we've decided to change to the name Mura CMS.
A new section for Installation and Site Settings has been created in our online documentation. Up until now, installation documentation has only lived in the Sava download. We decided to add this to our online documentation and made a few important additions.
It's been 8 months since we released Sava as a free, open-source CMS and a lot has happened. The response from the community has been overwhelmingly positive, we've made a ton of tweaks to the codebase, added some key features, saw adoption by both Apple and Intel (among others), and a lot more.
We're always trying to make things easier and simpler with Sava CMS, and we've recently updated our Support Pricing to follow the same principle.
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