Last week at Enonic - 2018, week 49

Last Week

Last week’s news flow was kind of hijacked by the fact that Microsoft will drop developing their own custom browser rendering engine and go for the Open Source one that Chrome and most other browsers use - for the first time since forever. This is great news for all.

We’re also in the beginning of planning our next developer meetup for Enonic developers out there. Be sure to sign up as spots are being taken at a fast pace. TINE will explain how they migrated from Enonic CMS to Enonic XP and built the fastest websites in Norway, while Gjensidige will show how they develop their own design system using Enonic XP.

If you’re a developer that’s interested in XP 7.0, you should definitely read our CTO’s answer on how we plan to change the way content edits are handled in the Node-layer from 7.0 and onward.

By the way, we’re still on the hunt for those Java-developers - one senior and one full stack. Read more about the positions on our career-page.

Enonic Releases

Our latest release is Enonic XP 6.15.5!

As always, we appreciate feature requests and bug reports here in the forum and/or on our Github page for XP.

Enonic Market

Enonic Market had these updates last week:

No relevant updates.

Further reading

Here’s some interesting articles that surfaced last week, related to the web in general (not only development).

Send me a private message if you happen to stumble over something interesting this week.


The following events are planned so far:


We provide professional training for developers, editors, and marketers. These training events are coming up, but more are available! Need custom training, or training on other dates, or other locations? Contact us!

Don’t forget to certify yourself as an XP developer!

That’s it for now. Stay in touch with us here in our forums and on our open Slack channels.

See you next week!

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