Almost three years ago, on March 21, 2020, our first ever Kirby Konf would have taken place, when the pandemic hit and not only turned all of our lives upside down, but also burst our long awaited conference. In planning Kirby Konf, we took a survey, the results of which we planned to present at the conference.
While we don't have any immediate plans for a new conference (but maybe we can start planning now that life is almost back to normal, what do you think?), we do at least have a new survey, and it would be great if many of you participated. See link below.
Tell us what you think about all aspects of Kirby: Features, release cycle, docs, support and more. The survey is completely anonymous, unless you want to tell us who you are.
is was open until March 31st.
Last week, we released Kirby 3.9.2, which brings back automatic migration for the old editor and builder fields to the blocks field. This will make it easier to migrate your old Kirby sites to 3.9. There are quite a few other new features, enhancements and fixes worth checking out.
Protect panel user from creating pages in conflict with built-in or custom routes with Kirby Route Protect.
Kirby Toilet: Dump without stopping your thread or template rendering. Instead, your dumps will go straight to the new Toilet panel area, where you can inspect them.
"I migrated my static site to Kirby earlier this year and it's been a really wonderful experience so far!" Migrating from Eleventy to Kirby.
Why do we like Kirby so much? "We've only been using the Kirby CMS (content management system) for a few months but we have already decided it is a key part of our business for the future. Why?"
Manuel Matuzoviç takes a first look at Kirby: front-end.social/@matuzo/109938196359143571
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