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Morning all,

Quick update

Just working on a 'docker' image for an even slicker onboarding experience.
Finalising the UX and accessibility tweaks to a light weight css framework (eventually going to work on a HTML/CSS compiler similar to Elm UI) but way down the line
Also running a few Queue and concurrency tests, but this part is very much in beta.

Enjoy the rest of your weekends! And once again thanks for watching.
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#62

(This post was last modified: 06-12-2022, 03:49 AM by gosocial2.)

The download link on https://www.ignitedcms.com (homepage) is not working, FYI. Pressing the download button only refreshes the page.

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Hi @ignitedcms , let me ask you something. How do you handle CodeIgniter updates? Is there any hassle-free and easy method within your CMS for this?
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(This post was last modified: 06-12-2022, 04:45 AM by ignitedcms.)

(06-12-2022, 03:48 AM)gosocial2 Wrote: The download link on https://www.ignitedcms.com (homepage) is not working, FYI. Pressing the download button only refreshes the page.

I should really make it more obvious on the homepage, that it is still in beta right now — so there is no available download, thanks for that, I'll address that later.

BTW I like your project, looks great.

(06-12-2022, 04:38 AM)demyr Wrote: Hi @ignitedcms , let me ask you something. How do you handle CodeIgniter updates? Is there any hassle-free and easy method within your CMS for this?

Yes, there is actually. So because it isn't really reliant on composer, we're engineering a 'one-click' updater. Which I guess is similar to Wordpress.

So what it will do, is save a version as a json file on the user's server, it then polls our live server, checks for differences and then will allow the end user to basically replace the 'system' directory. I haven't really looked into it too much, as there might need to be a database migration as well.

But that 'seems' to be the best solution.

Somewhat similar to this -> https://github.com/travispessetto/script...er-for-php
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