Last week at Enonic - 2019, week 8


#1

Last Week

Last week one of our Enonic trainers visited Helsinki to get Capgemini Finland trained in mastering Enonic XP. Kiitos to our new friends in Finland!

In the world of 7.0 we’re now more or less done with breaking things, so we’ve almost done with an internal document outlining things that needs to be changed in ever app’s code. After looking at that list, I can say it is not so bad. Renaming some folders and files, some function names, some libraries moved, not very big changes for developers, depending on what APIs you’re using. The team is at work upgrading our Market-apps to 7.0, and other vendors will soon get information how they can upgrade their apps, libs, and starters. By the way, this week we’re enetering feature freeze, meaning the first release candidate of 7.0 is not far away!

Fun fact was that we are now done with migrating our blog to Enonic XP, it was formerly running in Hubspot, which is kind of embarrassing for a CMS-vendor. Now it is not only full of Enonic XP-goodness, it’s also running XP at it’s core.

Psst! Know any Java-masters? Send them to our career-page.


Enonic Releases

Our latest release is Enonic XP 6.15.6!

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.


Events

The following events are planned so far:

No current events.


Training

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!


#2

The footer on your blog is for all practical purposes unavailable due to the “fancy” lazy loading feature (bug in my view). Not sure if I like this kind of loading more content. I would leave it up to the user - load more content on user demand by a “load more” content button would be my choice.


#3

We did have a button to start with. We will evaluate a bit later :slight_smile: