UIkit is back with a new release and this is a good one. With spring almost in sight we reckoned it was time for a little cleanup. So apart from the new Thumbnav component, we focused on some rearrangements and additional features. We want to give you an overview of the major changes and advise you on how these will affect your projects and what you need to keep in mind when updating.
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2014 has come to an end. As always that makes us think about moments that filled our year. Let's take a look back but also a look into the future to see what's on the agenda for 2015.
Our first UIkit announcement of 2015 introduces the new Dynamic Grid, Lightbox and Accordion components. But before diving into that, we'd like to mention another milestone in the UIkit history. We hit the 4000 stargazers mark on GitHub! We can not thank you enough for all your support and the constant flow of feedback and suggestions that help us maintain and improve the level of UIkit.
Today we are pleased to announce a new version of UIkit. This time we focused on making UIkit more future proof and robust when multiple versions of it are used on the same page. Imagine more and more themes and extensions are built with UIkit and loaded on the same page. Even worse, if they load different versions of UIkit, it will cause trouble as different releases might use the same components and classes but in different ways. UIkit 2.13 now allows you to load multiple instances of UIkit side by side without any conflicts.
Things are moving fast with UIkit. Here is the new UIkit 2.11, since we just haven’t had the time to blog about what’s new in UIkit 2.10. So here is a roundup of all the new stuff and what's happening in UIkit.
This time the Joomla community comes together in Cologne on 12th and 13th September! Like every year, this event is packed with great sessions and talks. We are excited not only to be silver sponsors but also to take part with two workshops on Friday!
Long time no see, but UIkit is back with great additions and improvements. First of all we’d like to say thank you for the over 900 extra stargazers and additional 130 forks on Github since the last release in June. It is nice to see growth not only in UIkit’s maturity but also in the community.
We added two new add-ons that we are already quite fond of and you will certainly love, too. Apart from the new additions, UIkit received a lot of attention in refactoring and fixes for existing components and add-ons.
More than half of a great year has passed by but there are still exciting times ahead of us! Read on to a get short round up of YOOtheme's work and what's happening next at YOOtheme.
Two weeks ago we finally released the first Alpha version of Pagekit to the public. It is such a big relief after more than 2 years of hard work. Make sure to follow the latest Pagekit news on the offical blog. Just head over and check out the first post about the Pagekit launch. But besides Pagekit, there is more... We are really excited about our other product lines. A lot of major updates are coming.
UIkit has been on the road for a while and though we are pleased with the way it has turned out so far, we are constantly tweaking and improving it in order to remain on top of the newest web developments. Today we are happy to announce the long expected UIkit release. It took a while but the time has been well spent. For starters, we squashed quite a few bugs. There was some code refactoring, add-ons have been renamed and some new ones were added.