Our latest PHP release, 4.2.9, is ready for download. Time to backup and upgrade. As we outlined in our preview post, we’ve touched-up search and messaging. Browse the full changelog for more, and contact us for any questions, thanks!
Our next update, 4.2.9, is on track for an end-of-the-month release. This will primarily feature minor improvements and fixes with development focused on our subsequent PHP 4.3 update. 4.3 feature highlights are overhauls for search and messaging with more to be announced. You can expect 4.3 to be released towards the end of January. Here’s [...]
Happy Halloween! 4.2.8 is now available to download. Please backup before upgrading, and contact us if you have any questions. Thanks to your feedback and survey responses, we’ve overhauled the activity feed and the TinyMCE editor. Next week, we’ll announce our release goals for 4.2.9 so you can see what’s coming next. Here’s the full [...]
Thanks everyone for the substantial feedback we received from our last SE PHP Roadmap post, our survey and via email. Expect an announcement post from us next week that will outline our 4.2.8 release goals featuring items we’ve gathered thanks to your feedback. This, 4.2.7, is a minor release focused on a few fixes and features as [...]
Here are the add-on highlights since our July post. Always fun to see what the community cooks up. The customize area contains hundreds of more add-ons, so browse around and see what catches your eye! Highlights:
We’re featuring iPragmatech in this Developer Spotlight. Kapil Jain shares his thoughts on third-party development, SE4 and SE5. Also, there’s a special offer at the end for anyone interested in performance optimization!
In the updates to come, we’d like you to help us prioritize our development efforts. We’ll consider everything, respond as best we can, and we’ll do our best to clearly explain our choices; stating what’s possible and what’s not. We want your voice to be heard—we’ll be listening—so please share your suggestions in the comments [...]
I’m drinking a Coke emblazoned with the Olympic rings and a silhouette of a tennis player against USA stripes. 2012 has changed the Olympic Games. In June, we tweeted an article that labeled the London Games the “socialympics” and went on to say, “Hash tags, (at) signs and “like” symbols will be as prevalent as [...]
New highlights from our developer community! Enhance your SocialEngine community website with new features and themes. Remember – if you don’t see it, build it. Our source code is yours, and developers are available for custom work. Give your community a unique style all your own.
This is a guest post by longtime SocialEngine user, Paul Rothbein. Paul provides service consulting for social network creators, and helps his clients market and monetize their communities, including fundraising through services like Kickstarter. He has even traveled to Asia recently to provide marketing support for YouNet, a third-party development team for SocialEngine. Continue reading [...]