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Neos 3.0 and Flow 4.0 Released
The Neos Team is excited to announce the release of Neos 3.0 and Flow 4.0!
Our communities independence is now not only visible in branding but also inside of the code.
And as always there are many new built-in features and improvements.
Marketing Sprint in Hannover
On Thursday, the 12th of January, the Neos marketing guild met in Hannover for a sprint.
Security fix for Flow Swift Mailer package (Flow-SA-2017-01)
A new release of the Swift Mailer package for Flow fixes a security issue. Users should update to the latest version.
Neos 3.0 and Flow 4.0 Developer Preview
In addition to new features and hundreds of improvements, Neos 3.0 and Flow 4.0 will come with a whole new "vendor namespace". We have code migration tools in place to help plugin and site developers transition from earlier versions to Neos 3.0 and Flow 4.0. Due to the extent of this change we released a developer preview to help you prepare for the final release.
The First Neos BarCamp
We Made It! The first Neos CMS BarCamp of all time!
We send a big thanks to everyone who participated in the event, Sitegeist for organizing it and the sponsor for helping it become a reality.
CQRS and EventSourcing: Thinking in Events
These last two days, a part of the Neos Core Team had a workshop with the renowned speaker and coach Mathias Verraes to gain insights into CQRS (Command Query Responsibility Segregation) and Event Sourcing and how to apply these concepts to our Content Repository.
Be part of the Neos Core Team
You too can be part of the discussion. You too can bring your ideas to life. And you too can make the users of Neos appreciate your work. So make your legacy here within the Neos team.
Architecture: Frontend and Backend Extensibility Patterns
Creating an extensible software platform is one of the core ideas behind Neos – Here, we'll shed some light about the difference between planned and unplanned extensibility, giving practical examples and showing why both are important.
React Snippets: Debug Component Performance with ES7 Annotations
On our ongoing journey towards the React rewrite of the Neos backend, we keep learning and experimenting. We'll share bits and pieces of our experiences here if we think they could be interesting to a broader audience. Today, we'll tell you about using a custom ES7 decorator to find reasons for rendering performance issues.
Report: Meet Neos Munich
The first Meet Neos event in Munich took place on 3rd November 2016. The 1-day conference was organized by mindscreen at Einstein Kultur.
Report: Meet Neos Salzburg
The first Meet Neos event in Austria took place on 13th October 2016. The 1-day conference was organized by gesagt.getan at Gutshof Glanegg.
Save the Date: Neos Conference 2017
The Neos Conference 2017 is scheduled for the 31st March and 1st April in the Gastwerk Hotel Hamburg.
Time-Based Information Disclosure Vulnerability in Flow (Flow-SA-2016-001)
It has been discovered that Flow is vulnerable to a time-based Information disclosure vulnerability.
Neos Sprint and Barcamp Hamburg 2016
Join us on our next sprint from 21st-25th November and the first Neos Barcamp on 26th November in Hamburg.
Neos issues now on Github
All issues of the old issue tracker on jira.neos.io have been moved to Github, which is now the new home for feature requests, task coordination and bug reports.