For many years I have been discussing the modernization of the MODX core. And it is no secret that countless obstacles seem to continuously appear in my path as I attempt to make headway towards that goal. However, with the help of a dedicated team of contributors, a plan that has been formulated by a number of individuals ready to help move MODX forward, and a new official website for the community to keep track of our progress, it appears we will finally see the next major version of MODX come to fruition.
A discussion covering the question of persistence in the next releases of MODX and current progress on relevant initiatives.
What success MODX has achieved over the past ten years is, in my opinion, entirely due to two core tenets that the community has always stood behind. Those ideals are modularity and extensibility.
It’s been over 10 years since Ryan, Raymond, and myself founded the MODX CMS project and a lot has changed in the world of both content management and web development in that time.
JetBrains—the makers of IntelliJ IDEA—have unsurprisingly created the only PHP development environment worth paying for a license of.
I knew there had to be a simple, efficient, and effective way to build nested menus using getResources instead of Wayfinder, and I finally figured out a way. With this discovery, I’ll likely never use Wayfinder again.
There are a number of benefits to using xPDO instead of writing SQL directly against the database.
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