It has been a busy month for mojoPortal; the latest version, 188.8.131.52, was released on September 29. The biggest change in the latest release is the improved support for web farms, enabling mojoPortal to support more robust implementations. According to Joe Audette, work on the web farm support will be continued into October. Web farm support will include leveraging Windows Azure, as well as more traditional web farm configurations. For more detailed information on the release, check out Joe Audette’s post.
Packt Publishing has announced their nominees for the 2011 Open Source Awards. This year, mojoPortal is a finalist in the category of Best Open Source CMS. mojoPortal is the only .NET-based CMS finalist; the other finalists for the category include Drupal, Joomla, Plone and Silverstripe. It is quite a testament to mojoPortal’s popularity to be included with such well-known company.
Just in time for this nomination, mojoPortal.com has undergone a re-design of its own. The re-design is a joint venture between DM2 Creative and i7MEDIA, and was implemented flawlessly. The new design improves usability and navigation for the growing user base who frequent the flagship site for the mojoPortal CMS.
There have been some great articles written by members of the mojoPortal community lately:
- Creating a Mega Menu With mojoPortal, Steve Railsback – Colorado State University
- Using the LoginView in mojoPortal, Joe Davis – i7Media
- Automating Extensionless URLS in mojoPortal, Shaun Geisert – Colorado State University
Well, that is the latest mojoPortal news and information; we will bring you more info as it becomes available!