Joomla released its newest version this week, which they assert is quicker, more safe and tuned to offer semantic information to search tools.
The major updates comprise moving from MooTools to JQuery Java Script, which Joomla considers will outcome in quicker website load times as the new approach is more effective than the old one.
What’s new, the minimum PHP is 5.3.10, which they say considerably boosts the level of cryptography employed to protect passwords, which must sensibly lead to a more protected site when implement suitably.
The original version also takes benefit of what they call Microdata Implementation, which as per Joomla delivers part of this site contest as displayed in the content management system (CMS) in a layout that can be read by search engines employing semantic information. They say this will outcome in more searchable websites built on top of Joomla.
One Interesting feature of this release is that it takes in updates culled from Joomla’s contribution in Google’s Summer of Code, which was held last summer. Chad Windnagle, Google Summer of Code Co-Admin for Joomla, revealed in a statement that though the community cropped up with some wonderful enhancements, having younger programmers engaged is significant to life of the project.
Joomla lately grew by 2 million users rising to 52 million globally, and Sarah Watz, the President of Open Source Matters, the organization that manages Joomla, said in a statement that regardless of this growth spurt (or possibly due to it), they are lasting to make developments to make Joomla more appealing to developers.