Joomla! 3.3 has been released!

on Wednesday, 30 April 2014. Posted in Blog

It is always great to wake up to the news of a new Joomla release from the tireless Joomla community and this morning we have the pleasure of exactly that. This release boasts to be the most stable Joomla release ever which I'm sure we can all agree is music to our ears.

With every Joomla release we always expect a number of new features for us to play with and this one is no different. The theme for this Joomla! release says it all... "Do more with Joomla!” You will find however that the improvements are a little more subtle than in previous releases as a lot of the focus for this release has been on site security, SEO and loading speeds.

There are five new main features in Joomla 3.3...

  • Improved Joomla Security
  • Microdata Library Improving SEO and Accessibility
  • Cloud Storage APIs inc. Amazon S3, Google Cloud Storage, Rackspace and Dropbox
  • Greater integration with jQuery
  • Faster Page Loading

Joomla51 templates have been tested with Joomla 3.3 and so far we have not found any issues. If you wish to learn more about Joomla 3.3 may I suggst the following Joomla! article.. Joomla! 3.3.0 Released

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