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Articulate 1.0.5 released

December 5, 2014 03:02

Good news!

Today Articulate 1.0.5 has been released which has quite a few issues fixed, here’s the gist:

  • #49 - Doesn't work with Umbraco 7.2
  • #18 - HasProperty on a partial view throws an error when ListModel is the current Model
  • #30 - Pager url issues in category pages when blog is not root
  • #32 - Rss feed url for tag/category breaks when the tag/category contains a hyphen
  • #39 - Update shazwazza theme to reflect shazwazza.com (feature)
  • #48 - Category/Tag list in Vapor and Shazwazza themes order posts ascending instead of descending
  • #41 - Articulate Pager and Search Results
  • #12 - Articulate MetaWeblog route and Contour
  • #42 - Package restore doesn't work
  • #38 - Routes need to be rebuilt when articulate root node url names are changed or when articulate root nodes are added
  • #37 - UrlHelperExtensions methods for categories/tags/search do not respect the configured values for these url names
  • #34 - Surface Controllers on Pages Using VirtualRouteHandler Don't Fire
  • #36 - Multiple articulate roots without domains assigned causes YSOD with routing

The GitHub release page is up and has the details and the package available for download: https://github.com/Shazwazza/Articulate/releases/tag/v1.0.5.1

The Our release page is also up with the package available for download: http://our.umbraco.org/projects/starter-kits/articulate

More good news

I’m sure you are already aware of this but if not it’s worth mentioning that Umbraco 7.2 has been released!! If you haven’t seen the details, it’s a huge and exciting release, full details are on the Umbraco blog

And Articulate 1.0.5 is compatible with Umbraco 7.2, happy days! :)

Articulate 1.0.4 released

October 10, 2014 06:18

I’ve finally got around to releasing Articulate 1.0.4 today. Want to say a big thanks to all those who submitted pull requests, you guys rock! There’s a few nice fixes in this release but most importantly it fixes the issues with multi-tenancy when domains are assigned in Umbraco.

Here’s the release notes on GitHub with links to each issue fixed:

https://github.com/Shandem/Articulate/releases/tag/1.0.4

You can download the Umbraco package from there or from Our here:

http://our.umbraco.org/projects/starter-kits/articulate

Unfortunately I haven’t got around to getting this on Nuget yet – That’s because it has it’s own challenges since I’d like to perform a full Umbraco data install via Nuget… coming soon I hope :)

Enjoy!

This blog now powered by Articulate

June 26, 2014 04:14

I’ve recently decided to build a new open source blog engine powered by Umbraco called Articulate. There’s a few reasons why i wanted to do this:

  • Since my full time job is an Umbraco core developer, I spend most of my time building Umbraco and get very little time for using Umbraco. I wanted to change this dilemma and really use Umbraco and utilize many of the features we’ve been creating and try to push some of it’s boundaries. For me this is a perfect way to find inspiration for new Umbraco features and enhancements.
  • I’ve wanted to move my blog away from BlogEngine.Net to Umbraco for quite some time (dogfooding) but I really needed to have every feature that I use in BlogEngine.Net available
  • I wanted to make the blog experience as simple as possible in Umbraco
  • I wanted to be able to write blog posts directly from my mobile phone easily using the web

I’ve got some documentation written and I’ll keep updating this over time but hopefully there’s enough there to get you started. Since Articulate is open source and hosted on GitHub, any community contributions are hugely welcomed :) Whether that’s core code additions, fixes, documentation, etc… any contribution is a big help.

Articulate templates are based on themes and I think it would be super awesome if people started creating their own themes and releasing them as their own packages or including them in the Articulate core for release. Creating themes is really easy and in fact a few of the themes included with Articulate are open source MIT licensed themes migrated over from the Ghost blogging platform (which is also very easy to do).

The first version of Articulate is out and can be downloaded either from the Umbraco package repository or from GitHub. There are a few minor bugs in this release that have been reported and fixed and I’ll have a newer version out this week.