I’ve been keeping you updated on our blog about the development of JomSocial 4.0, and the responses have been incredible. Our team has been working around the clock to provide you with the best social networking application for Joomla and beyond.
You already know about the new Theme Designer feature, right? Pro license holders can now create their own moods and badges, add profile information on the cover, control colors, and more. I also told you about supporting hashtags and an optimized CSS. Pretty cool.
Today I want to tell you about other new features and improvements that are coming to version 4.0.
It’s been a while since I gave you an update regarding JomSocial 4.0. I thought you’d like to know how we’re getting on.
It’s been hectic!
Today we released a new version of Socialize! The latest 1.2.9 is out!
JomSocial 3.3 development is on fire! While it’s burning, here’s a bugfix release. Jomsocial 126.96.36.199 contains over 30 bugfixes reported since the last release. You can see the full list of fixes and improvements on our changelog page. This is a maintenance release of 3.2.1.x series with no known security issues.
Reading your stats isn't just a vital part of Internet business. It should also be fun. You should enjoy seeing how much money you're making! The reports on Ad Agency, however, have always been more functional than fun — until now!
JomSocial 188.8.131.52 is out! We found and squished more than 20 small bugs since the last release and introduced even tighter protection of user security. You can see the full list of fixes and improvements on our changelog page. This is a maintenance release of 3.2.1.x series with no known security issues so do upgrade now.
I'm happy to annouce the release of JomSocial version 184.108.40.206. In this version we fixed a few minor bugs reported by our users. We recommend you upgrade to this version to ensure you get the best and most stable version yet!
You just need the right template to help keep that community working well and looking great!
In the responses to our recent survey sent to Guru users, one request came up again and again.
Admins wanted a way to let teachers add their own courses themselves.
We thought that was a great idea. (In fact, it was something we'd already started working on even before we'd sent out the survey.)
So we made it happen in this version of Guru.
We are glad to announce immediate availability of the latest and the best social networking extension for Joomla!
Our team was working around the clock even during the holiday season to deliver multiple fixes for bugs reported on the forums and to improve existing features. This is the maintainance release of 3.2.1.x series and you are urged to update your sites as soon as possible.
We really wanted to call JomSocial 3.2.1 our "Super Rock-Solid Mega Bug-Free" release but we thought that was too long.
After we released the Beta we received just one — yep, one — bug report. Our developers and the testing automation team have done a fantastic job.
We fixed that bug… and while we were at it, made a few more improvements to JomSocial.
Our Automation Team has been working hard to create automated test cases for JomSocial. Over the last six months they’ve created hundreds of tests that run constantly on the latest builds of JomSocial. They run both regular tests to find bugs as well as bug-specific tests to ensure that old bugs don’t come back. You can read more about Automated Testing here.
We've almost finished JomSocial 3.2.1. As we add the final touches, we're releasing an open beta. Previous releases have had closed beta testing programs but this this time if you have an active license, you have 3.2.1 Beta access.
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Earlier this year I told you about our plan to automate our testing using Webdriver. The aim was to be able to run hundreds of tests with just one click. It's been quite an undertaking — but it was worth it. After a lot of coding and too much coffee, we can now say that automated testing is go!