Here are some interesting Joomla blog posts I found during week 8.
Ingres presents itself as "the leading business open source database" and has now rebuilt their site using Joomla.
Difference in a language string from Joomla 1.5 to 1.6 is discussed.
Have a great week!
Written by Steve Burge
Ingres presents itself as "the leading business open source database". So, it's great that such a prominent open source has just rebuilt their main site Ingres.com using a leading open source CMS: Joomla.
Written by Joss Sanglier
I probably need to apologise for my title since Joomla! is used extensively in the commercial world and is, in many ways, a commercial ready application. However, with version 1.6, Joomla took a huge step, not necessarily in functionality, but, more importantly, away from its roots; with this version, the developers have at last produced a working base from which a truly flexible and solid web application environment can be grown and nurtured.
Written by Jeremy Wilken
As a Joomla developer, I want to maintain only one copy of my extensions to allow them to work on all as many versions as possible. If I can maintain only one version, then I have only have the amount of code to worry about, hopefully fewer bugs, happier customers, and less stress. While there are situations where this may be impossible, I've been working to attempt to prove that wrong. Over the next few weeks I'll be posting some quick tips or tricks I've come up with to make my life just a little bit easier, and hopefully it can help you too.