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QuickAppsCMS v2.0.0-beta2 released

published by admin on May 27, 2015 23:51 | 2 comments
Here is it, the second beta preview of QuickAppsCMS. Although this release is mainly focused in polishing UI look and bug fixes, it includes some new and exciting features. Below a brief list of changes introduced in this release.
 
 
New Backend Theme
 
A new and gorgeous backend theme has been introduced based on AdminLTE 2. Fully responsive and multiple colors schema available.
 

 
Introducing AOP (Aspect-Oriented Programming) API
 
The GO! AOP framework has been introduced as part of QuickAppsCMS's core, this brings customization to a whole new level. The old fashion `alter()` events are no longer supported in favor of AOP method interception.
 

 
Content Types Permissions
 
Now is possible to restrict who can edit, create, translate, delete or publish contents of certain types. These permissions are assigned per Role basis; this allows you to create complex organizations where for instance, you may have a process in place where editors produce content, but only the leader editor can decide if and when it is published.
 

 
And Much More
 
For installation instructions and further information about this new release please check the official repository at GitHub: https://github.com/quickapps/cms/releases , and also the brand new QuickBook at this link: http://api.quickappscms.org/book/

 

 

 

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Andy H.

said on Jul 24, 2015 22:39

Hi Dev Team,

You`ve done a fantastic job and I hope so much, that You`ll never stop to develop this awesome CMS.

There are many apps and CMS in which I did not care if the development suddenly stops cause they are nothing special or damn complicated. But your system is different, because people like me can achieve excellent results with it and also the knowledge base is super. So please never stops the development of this excellent CMS, it would be a pity.

Kind Regards from Germany, Andy

Andy H.

said on Jul 24, 2015 22:36

Hi Dev Team,

You`ve done a fantastic job and I hope so much, that You`ll never stop to develop this awesome CMS.

There are many apps and CMS in which I did not care if the development suddenly stops cause they are nothing special or damn complicated. But your system is different, because people like me can achieve excellent results with it and also the knowledge base is super. So please never stops the development of this excellent CMS, it would be a pity.

Kind Regards from Germany, Andy

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