phpMyFAQ 2.9.0-alpha Released!

The phpMyFAQ Team is pleased to announce the first preview version of the next major version of phpMyFAQ, phpMyFAQ 2.9.0-alpha, the “Robin Williams” release. This release pushes the PHP requirement to PHP 5.4.4 and later and we dropped support for ext/mysql and SQLite2. We added a tag intersection based search, permissions for guests, support for multiple LDAP/AD servers and full support for SQLite 3. We added a lot of new configuration items and updated the Frontend to Bootstrap 3.2. We redesigned the whole admin backend and we’re now using TinyMCE v4. Please don’t use this version in production systems, but test this version and please report bugs!

phpMyFAQ 2.8.6 Released!

The phpMyFAQ Team would like to announce the availability of phpMyFAQ 2.8.6, the “Philip Seymour Hoffman” release. This release fixes XSS and CSRF vulnerabilities for user’s of older Internet Explorer versions, all users of affected phpMyFAQ versions are encouraged to upgrade as soon as possible to this latest version! A detailed security advisory is available. We updated the Hungarian and Spanish translation. We updated bundled Symfony ClassLoader to version 2.4.1 and fixed some minor bugs.

phpMyFAQ 2.8.3 Released!

The phpMyFAQ Team is pleased to announce phpMyFAQ 2.8.3, the “Jeremy Hammond” release. This releases fixes a serious permission vulnerability, all users of affected phpMyFAQ versions are encouraged to upgrade as soon as possible to this latest versions! A detailed security advisory is available.We also improved HTML / CSS code anf updated the Brazilian Portuguese, the Japanese, the Spanish and the Swedish translation. We also fixed a lot of minor issues.

phpMyFAQ 2.8.1 Released!

The phpMyFAQ Team is pleased to announce phpMyFAQ 2.8.1, the “Edward Snowden” release. We added minified CSS and JavaScript files and improved the usability for group administration. We fixed the broken update routine for MS SQL and SQLite. We also fixed IE8 related issues and our code is now HTML5 valid. The Arabic translation is now working and we corrected some minor bugs.

phpMyFAQ 2.8.0 Released!

The phpMyFAQ Team would like to announce the availability of phpMyFAQ 2.8.0, the “Maurice Wilkes” release. This major new release now requires PHP 5.3.3 or later and is licensed under the terms of the Mozilla Public License 2.0. The HTML5/CSS3 layout is based on Twitter Bootstrap 2.3.2 and we ship the new version with jQuery 1.9.1. We added multi site support, auto-save for FAQs during editing, an improved advanced search in subcategories, the possibility to close and delete open questions and to delete multiple open questions. We also added a user control panel, support for Composer, a configurable maintenance mode and user notifications for answered questions. With 2.8, it’s also possible to deactivate complete FAQ exports and to use random sorting of FAQs. We now support Gravatar and our admin backend adds a graphical user statistic report. We dropped support for IBM DB2, Interbase/Firebird and Sybase databases, we removed the support for PHP register_globals and magic_quotes_gpc and had to remove the Google Translate API v1.
phpMyFAQ 2.7 is now out of support, so please update your FAQs to 2.8 as soon as possible.

phpMyFAQ 2.8.0-RC4 Released!

The phpMyFAQ Team is pleased to announce the forth release candidate of the next major version of phpMyFAQ, phpMyFAQ 2.8.0-RC4, the “Albert Einstein” release. We updated the Symfony ClassLoader to 2.2.1 and the Portuguese translation. We fixed all reported bugs and improved some minor UX issues. Please don’t use this version in production systems, but test this version and please report bugs!

phpMyFAQ 2.8.0-RC3 Released!

The phpMyFAQ Team would like to announce the availability of the third release candidate of the next major version of phpMyFAQ, phpMyFAQ 2.8.0-RC3, the “Π Day” release. We improved English and German translations and some parts of the user interface. We also fixed various JavaScript and PHP issues reported by our community and we refactored a lot of code. Please don’t use this version in production systems, but test this version and please report bugs!

phpMyFAQ 2.8.0-RC2 Released!

The phpMyFAQ Team is pleased to announce the second release candidate of the next major version of phpMyFAQ, phpMyFAQ 2.8.0-RC2, the “Roger Needham” release. We removed the Delicious support, we updated Bootstrap to 2.3.1 and the Symfony ClassLoader to 2.2.0. We fixed all reported bugs and improved some minor UX issues. Please don’t use this version in production systems, but test this version and please report bugs!

phpMyFAQ 2.8.0-beta3 Released!

The phpMyFAQ Team is pleased to announce the third and last beta release of the next major version of phpMyFAQ, phpMyFAQ 2.8.0-beta3, the “Aaron Swartz” release. We added support for Gravatar and we added Font Awesome for better icons. As always, we fixed a lot of bugs and we refactored a lot of code. Please don’t use this version in production systems, but test this version and please report bugs!

JavaScript Days 2013

Vom 6. bis 8. März 2013 öffnen zum dritten Mal die JavaScript Days in München ihre Pforten. Das große Trainingsevent wird vom Entwickler Magazin in Kooperation mit der Entwickler Akademie präsentiert. Es vermittelt JavaScript-Entwicklern und -Softwarearchitekten innerhalb von drei Tagen alle wichtigen JavaScript-Themen in kompakter Form. Insgesamt 18 halbtägige Workshops stehen dabei zur Auswahl, unter anderem zu den Themen Web-Apps, Sencha Touch, Funktionen & Scopes, CSS3, Prototypen & Closures, Ext JS, Three.JS, Canvas, Git, CouchApps, js-test-driver, sinon-js, jQuery Mobile und Node.js… u.v.m.

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phpMyFAQ 2.8.0-beta2 Released!

The phpMyFAQ Team would like to announce the availability of the second beta release of the next major version of phpMyFAQ, phpMyFAQ 2.8.0-beta2, the “Release Early, Release Often” release. This version fixes the broken setup and we removed the code of the now unsupported Google Translate API v1. As always, we fixed some bugs and we refactored code. Please don’t use this version in production systems, but test this version and please report bugs!