Joomla 3.2.1 Released – A Guide to its New Features
For a long time now, Joomla has been the delight of developers all over the world. The Joomla community, which is responsible for all the developments and updates in this powerful content management system (CMS), recently released its latest version – Joomla 3.2.1. As expected, it has many new improved features and bug fixes.
According to Joomla’s official website, the latest version is the result of 62 volunteer contributors. Together they have fixed over 125 bugs (errors and issues) with the latest release. This is partly because of the bug squash event held at the Joomla World Conference in early November 2013. The team, coined as “The Bug Squad”, also paid special emphasis on solving lockout issues that were associated with the administrator login password hashing and the Remember Me features under certain circumstances.
According to the website, the Production Leadership Team’s goal would be to continue providing frequent, regular updates to the Joomla community for this versatile content management system. This is an encouraging sign for those who relish working on Joomla more than other competitor content and web management systems like Drupal and WordPress. Many important websites all over the globe use it to develop and maintain their websites and the use of this CMS has been steadily on the rise in the past many years. Constant and regular updates are only expected to make the numbers stronger. It will provide certainty to the fact that the number of website that will be designed and developed by it will only increase in the time to come. While each CMS has something special and unique to offer and all of them are meant for some specific purpose, regular updating and releases are an absolute must to maintain the popularity of a CMS. And Joomla has never failed in that department. On the contrary, it continues to delight and surprise its users.