The developer intents to recode most features and get read of the heavy J!1.5/J!2.5 sources.

The control panel is already present.

Uups it is already autumn and not much has been published. 

That doesn't mean we havent't been busy.

  • We did check the modules and plugins. 
  • We developed a build system which creates a release on one click for all components 
  • We had a look on some slideshow liraries to include them

Actually we do replace the slideshow "...Parth..." with a jquery version as first step to J!4x

We approached and improved several angles (see branches) but where not able to relaes a consitent version

The development team run up one and the other alley for the next release. We began with changing the site gallery code to the form of J3x and found the task too big to be done within time. We stumbled over the fact that the actual version provides a system to install own gallery views and own slideshows. So these systems were explored and improved to some degrees. 

Actually we are following two goals.

  1. Improve Html output to use J3x bootstrap
  2. Add second gallery template and second slideshow

Therefore we are copying some new created code in master branch to actual code which will lead to a smaller change for the next release.

So the master branch got out of tune and will be put to the side soon. Actuall improved branch is b_release_4_4_2

As the goal of Drag and Drop Uploading is finished the development changes now to the front end side.The code will be rewritten to match standard J3x behavior so user can override layouts by them self. So old css layouts shall still exist. Parallel we will add new responsible layouts which can be swlectet as menu or in modules and plugins. We will keep in mind that a transition to J!4 is due shortly. Sadly the change to J!3x is the basis for this. For J4x we may or better we are willing to throw out ild legacy code.

Currently i am working on the revision of the complete documentation.

Some parts must be updated to match the latest version of the software.

Ok, some parts may still be unclear when I'm done, but in general it should cover the backend pretty much

The next develop step may be the move of the configuratio to the standard place in Joomla!