The Joomla Project is thrilled to announce the release of Joomla 4.4 Beta 1. This marks the final minor release in the 4.x series and brings with it some exciting new features and improvements. Let's take a closer look at what this release means for both developers and users.
The Joomla Project has reached yet another milestone. They've proudly announced the rollout of Joomla 5.0 Alpha 4, marking a progressive phase in Joomla’s journey. Here's everything you need to know.
The Joomla! Project has proudly unveiled its latest bug fix release, Joomla 4.3.4, further solidifying the platform’s commitment to setting the bar high for accessible web design. This iteration embodies the core principles of Joomla: inclusiveness, simplicity, and security, further fortifying its reputation as a robust open-source web platform.
Today marks a significant milestone for the Joomla community – 18 years since its inception. In this span, Joomla has not only matured but also witnessed numerous changes, including the release of Joomla! 4 two years ago. As we celebrate this journey, it's important to acknowledge the end of official support from the Joomla Volunteer Community for Joomla! 3.
August 17, 2023, marks a significant milestone for the Joomla project. After a decade of steadfast support, the 3.x version of the content management system is slated to sunset.
Joomla, known as one of the most robust open-source platforms for web content, is renowned for its core values: accessibility, simplicity, and security. The latest release, Joomla 4.3.3, upholds these high standards, introducing a plethora of improvements and bug fixes, making the platform even more powerful.