Recently, Joomla has announced the immediate availability of the new and advanced version of the world-renewed content management system that is called Joomla 3.3. Today, Joomla is used for all types of online projects from website to blogs to custom applications to Intranets.
These are the new features of Joomla 3.3 that make this platform more secure, searchable and easy-to-load. However, this platform is extremely popular for its efficiency that gives developer wonderful experience. More than 40 different volunteer contributors have worked on it and they have resolved more than 115 bug with 3.3 release of the Joomla CMS.
However, the main goal of the Production Leadership Team is to continue to provide regular, frequent updates to the Joomla community. If you are looking to get more information about the release of Joomla or you wanted to know what this platform can do, you should check-out this below given video:
(Please give here this video) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VCQw4UdbHYE
A newly chosen president of Open Source Matters, a non-profit firm that offers financial and legal support to the Joomla project, ‘Sarah Watz’has this to say upon the new release:
"Joomla has experienced unprecedented growth recently, blowing through 50 million downloads at the end of February to more than 52 million today. Despite this massive surge, we are continuing to make improvements to ensure Joomla is cutting-edge for our user community of millions of people around the globe.”
Let’s have a look on three major features of Joomla 3.3:
- Microdata Implementation – It is one such platform that enables numerous aspects of the content rendered by the Joomla CMS to be explained in order to search engines with the help of semantic information. At last, this feature allows Joomla sites to be more searchable.
- Minimum PHP version is 5.3.10: This considerably improves the level of cryptography, which can be used for securing passwords.
Vhad Windnagle, Google Summer of Code Co-Admin for Joomla, also commented on Joomla’s latest release:
“Some of the enhancements in Joomla 3.3 came from Joomla student developers from last summer’s Google Summer of Code, and we expect more cutting-edge developments from those contributors in upcoming releases. Although the Joomla community has come up with amazing enhancements, it is important that we stay as current as possible by tapping contributions from the next generation of Internet pioneers like the Google Summer of Code students.”