After a lengthy development period and a long release candidate period, concrete5 8.2.0 is now available! This is a huge update, with over 175 new features, bug fixes, improvements and updates. It's definitely our largest release for version 8, and one of the biggest releases we've ever done.
We are pleased to announce that release candidate 2 for concrete5 8.2.0 is now available! (Release candidate 1 was actively worked on in GitHub but was never publicly posted to concrete5.org). You can download 8.2.0 RC2 from our downloads page on concrete5.org. We are really excited about 8.2.0 – please download it, backup your 5.7 sites and update them, or install 8.2 fresh. A full list of what's changed in this version is available here. Read on for more information, including some important backward compatibility information (especially important if you have Express Form custom templates.)
concrete5 8.1.0 is now available. In addition to a bunch of bug fixes and minor improvements, this update adds the ability to the form block to use an existing Express object form, dramatically improves concrete5's time zone support and much more.
Today's the day for a big update! concrete5 8.0.3 is now available, as is 184.108.40.206. 220.127.116.11 is a tiny maintenance release – we broke Environment Information again in the last update (sorry!) and this fixes it. 8.0.3 is fixes a number of bugs in 8.0 and is highly recommended for those running 8.0. Check it out!
concrete5 8.0.2 and 18.104.22.168 are now available! This is a pretty small update, but if it fixes issues that you're experiencing you'll be sure to appreciate it! 8.0.2 smooths out more issues with the update process, fixes a bug with Express that made working with Express impossible in 8.0.1, and even adds a little feature to go with our latest Express video.
22.214.171.124 is a tiny release; it fixes an incompatibility in the system environment dashboard screen when installed on PHP versions below 5.4.
Less than a week after 8.0, we have our first point release for concrete5 version 8. 8.0.1 fixes a number of bugs, a couple security issues and incorrect settings. 126.96.36.199 fixes some PHP version incompatibilities, security issues. Both are highly recommended; if you're running 5.7, grab 188.8.131.52 straight away. If you're on version 8, 8.0.1 is what you want.
We are proud to announce that concrete5 version 8 is now available for download! You can get it from here:
A year or more in the making, version 8 features Express Data objects, file manager and stack folders, improvements to workflow, user desktops for collaboration, timed page releases, upgraded multilingual internals, a better installation process, and a completely updated, attribute-based form block. For developers, version 8 also features a refactored and rearchitected attributes system, a whole new workflow and notification system, much better support for the PHP Doctrine project, numerous updated versions of core and third party components and much much more.
Concrete5 8.0.0 beta 2 has been released for testing and feedback. To find out about the new features, see what’s in store for version 8.
Concrete5 8.0.0 beta 2 is for testing purposes
This version is good for site builders that are comfortable reporting and fixing bugs, and who are prepared to build their test sites from scratch. Beta releases are not recommended for production websites. Do not upgrade any of your production sites to the beta release. Betas are ONLY intended for testing.
We are proud to announce concrete5 8.0.0 beta 1 has been released for testing and feedback. This is a key milestone and is the work of over 230 contributors! To find out about the new features, see what’s in store for version 8.