DragonByte SEO v1.0.13, Classifieds v1.1.2 (Bugfix), User Tagging v3.1.1
by, 21st April 2014 at 23:54 (8123 Views)
This week we have an update for DragonByte SEO, an update for Classifieds v1.1, and a feature update for Advanced User Tagging.
DragonByte SEO v1.0.13 has been released, reworking Meta Keywords to take the AdminCP priority settings into consideration when ordering keywords. Additionally, all outstanding bugs have been fixed. Read the full details here.
DragonByte Classifieds v1.1.2 has been released, a bugfix release. Read the full details here.
Advanced User Tagging v3.1.1 has been released, adding a maintenance option to clean old entries from posts/blogs/threads that no longer exist. Read the full details here.
What's Going On
@Belazor is working on DragonByte SEO updates
@Dylan is working on a secret project.
@bszopi is on a general leave of absence
@Mokonzi is working on Classifieds and vBDonate updates
@the-danzor is working on vB5 skins
DragonByte SEO updates in the coming weeks
Classifieds updates in the coming weeks
Secret project in the next few months
More Focus Group Surveys & Prizes
Several more vB5 Ports in the coming months
I've started getting into mobile app development, using a framework by RunRev called LiveCode. It allows for Windows/Linux/OS X/iOS/Android app development from an almost identical code base. Thus far I've found my experience pretty enjoyable, my own newbie mistakes notwithstanding.
I'm going to attempt to build a better "timer" app for our gym, and eventually expand it to have logging features integrated with a website so that gym goers can track their progress. It's an ambitious project, but then again nobody has ever gained anything by aiming low.
If you're interested in learning app development, or a new programming language in general, I recommend checking out LiveCode at http://www.livecode.com - the Community Edition is free, but any apps you create must be GPL. Regardless, it's a good learning tool
PS: Matt ( @Mokonzi ) will be working reduced hours for the next few weeks, so the support response times on his mods may be a little slower than usual. Chances are it will be mostly unnoticeable, though.
Thanks for reading,
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