We are happy to welcome the Joomla community back in Hamburg in September for this year's Joomla Day Germany. The last time we all came together in this beautiful city was in 2011, which is obviously way too long. The conference bids with a promising program featuring great speakers. We're proud to join the lineup and to support the event as silver sponsor.
Posts tagged with 'Warp'
Today we have some good news for everyone working with the WooCommerce shop plugin. All WordPress themes built on Warp 7 have been updated to include complete styling for your shop. That's not just a handful of themes - the recent 21 themes have received this update and all new themes will include support. Not only will the shop look nice now, it will also adapt to the style you're using in your theme.
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.
Just recently we gave you a quick overview of our future plans. But despite the big projects, we are still working on small releases that will have a big impact on your work. Today we are happy to announce the release of Warp 7.3. A long anticipated feature in our Wordpress themes is better support for WooCommerce. We also improved the handling of the Widgetkit bonus styles and we updated 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!
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.
After releasing Warp 7 last summer, we have been working constantly to optimize and adjust the framework, applying your feedback and suggestions along the way. Now we finished the brand new Master Theme which is based on the latest Warp 7.2 version. You can use it as a blueprint to build your own custom themes and thanks to UIkit, you can easily add stunning styles and effects to it. And as you maybe already know from the Warp 6 Master Theme, it is totally free!
2013 is almost over and we are looking back on many great experiences. We are very happy with everything we could achieve. Read on to reminisce with us about the past year at YOOtheme and find out what can be expected for 2014.
After UIkit 2.0, we are excited to announce the release of Warp 7.2. First of all, we would like to thank you all for your feedback! We took a lot of your suggestions into consideration, which helped us to come up with what we consider a major step forward in the development of our framework. In this update we improved and simplified the customization workflow. This makes working with Warp much more intuitive and user-friendly. The newest UIkit version 2.0 is of course included and you will also find an updated theme documentation to assist you with your projects.
/custom folder has been removed. You now use the
styles/STYLE-NAME folder to do customizations and overrides.
We also released a new version of UIkit, the front-end framework on which Warp is based. We simplified the UIKit themes and variables so it is now easier to work with. UIkit now offers new add-ons which you can easily include in your projects. Read more about the UIkit 2.0 release.
All Warp 7 based themes are updated for the Warp 7.2 release.
This post is about the `Status Quo` of YOOtheme, our future plans and the new product pricing. In the last 6 months we spent a lot of time developing and re-inventing the foundation of our themes. Namely, our new Warp 7 framework which is behind all our current theme releases and UIkit, our new front-end framework.
During the development of our latest themes we realized a rising complexity. Five years ago all we had to do was to make the theme look great in every browser. Nowadays, themes are much more feature-rich. They are responsive and we have to deal with all kinds of viewports and devices. Our latest Warp 7 release brings two new elements into the development: LESS and our new customizer. Making the customizer work great takes a lot of tweaking of all the different variables. Also, the demo content and style variations have become a lot more sophisticated and require a lot of work. In conclusion, we can say that each theme takes 2 months of design and development.