Friday, May 29, 2015

New version of Directy CMF 2.5.3 has been released

We're happy to announce that new version 2.5.3 of Directy CMF has been released.

The Directy CMF makes it easier for developers to add CMS functionality to applications built with the ApPHP MVC framework. Key development principles for the provided set of bundles are modularity, usability, documentation and intuitive coding.

This framework is intended to be easily customizable, in terms of both the types of content used and the policies and services it provides. It allows to you extend the functionality of the base application with writing your own independent modules.

Last changes:

  • New added table "rss_channels" and changed some RSS settings on General > Site Settings page
  • New added directory with file mimetype icons in templates/backend/images/
  • New added possibility to perform search on the whole site or by separate modules
  • New added new vendor Tags Input (jQuery Plugin)
  • New added possibility to define 3 types of WYSIWYG: simplest, simple and advanced (default)
  • New added new feature Ban Lists that allows to ban by IP, username or email
  • Enh added field "property_length" for module properties
  • Enh added field "personal_information" to table "admins"
  • Enh changed placement for view file of components to protected/views/components/
  • Enh added autofocus on backend login page
  • Enh added possibility to activate/deactivate frontend menus
  • Enh added helpers option to main configuration file
  • Enh added 'lifetime' parameter for session settings in configuration file
  • Enh improved description of errors on Error 500 page
  • Enh improved Remember Me algorithm
  • Enh added new privileges - View Modules Management and Edit Modules Management
  • Enh improved Notification Feature on Dashboard
  • Fix bugs fixed

To download this script follow the link:
http://www.apphp.com/php-directy-cmf/index.php

To review DEMO sites, built on the framework:
http://www.apphp.com/php-directy-cmf/examples/sample2/

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