Release Notes: This release has a number of small improvements and fixes, as well as a greatly expanded and improved version of the new API. It adds a new object type, pproject, that is intended to ease management of projects with their sites, users, and libraries. The new Ariadne API has been extensively tested and expanded. It is now complete enough to build entire projects with. It has been checked for consistency, correctness, ease-of-use, and expandibility. It adds easy XML and HTML parsing, XML data binding, an event system, OpenAuth, RSS, SOAP, and Twitter support.
Release Notes: This release adds native support for Edge Side Includes, Post Processing using output buffering (enabled by default), and some minor user interface improvements. It also fixes a number of minor bugs.
Release Notes: This release introduces Workspaces - an experimental feature for now - which allow you to work in an automated staging environment. The dialogs are also extensively overhauled and much easier to re-use in your own applications. Sites can have multiple URLs. Compiled templates are optimized to work with opcode caching and you can tag templates as private to prevent external access.
Release Notes: This release is mostly about fixing a few bugs, but also adds a new muze dialog loader to create crossbrowser dialogs as a replacement of showmodeldialog. It also adds support for cross-protocol domains to psite objects.
Release Notes: This release adds many, fixes, and new features within the ar() structure. Site rewrites allow you to automatically rewrite URLs and references within sites to make it easier to work with development versus live environments. Remote authentication allows the use of frameworks like OAuth or even authentication against other CMSes.
Release Notes: This release fixes a number of small bugs and adds one major new feature: Automatic Cross Site Scripting (XSS) Detection. This change may impact your own code, so read the explanation on the Web site carefully. With this change, all your old code is immune to XSS attacks.