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Some months ago, Tamara Burnside from 2 A Tee approached us with some questions she had while working on a client project with SilverStripe and our ecommerce module SilverCart. Not long after, the project Armageddon fitness went live. Tamara did a great job customizing the SilverCart design. I particularly love the grungy look and feel of the website. I bribed asked her to write a few sentences about the project, the client and her experiences with SilverCart:
Just in time for easter: SilverCart 1.3.6 is done. We recommend all users of SilverCart to upgrade to the current version.
SilverCart 1.3.5 is our first release for 2013. We recommend all users of SilverCart to upgrade to the current version.
I can‘t belive it‘s christmas next week. 2012 flew by, literally. Each of us was working hard to further improve SilverCart and to keep up with the client work.
The latest SilverCart Version 1.3.3 is done and available for download. We recommend to update to this version, since it comes with important bugfixes and also some enhancements you don't want to miss.
It's that time of the year again. While it's getting cold outside we were busy working on SilverCart 1.3.2 in our comfortable office.
There are quite some features and additions to our new version of SilverCart which you officially might not know about yet - unless you have directly accessed our Mercurial repository at BitBucket.
A few minutes ago Sebastian tagged SilverCart 1.3! As there are so many new features and enhancements, this took us quiet some time to release. The most important feature is the full multilingual support. Have a look at the facts:
SilverStripe2 has some inconveniences when it comes to backend usibility. If an object has a relation to a file or an image you have to save the object first before you can append a file. This took the user some extra klicks.