Version 5.5 of concrete5 is a great leap forward for our interface. Twitter's new UI toolkit, Bootstrap, is a big part of it. Learn about Bootstrap, how concrete5 uses it, and how you can include it in your blocks, dashboard pages and add-ons.
A list of all the places I know of where concrete5 was lucky enough to be featured in print.
On this week's Totally Random web show, we showed off what's coming in version 5.5. The changes are pretty sweeping. Read on for more info, and a chance to get a sneak peak.
Learn how to write custom concrete5 user reports by subclassing the UserList class.
In which it turns out we're all kind of screwed.
Learn how andrewembler.com uses liquid grid layouts, flexible font sizes and elastic image spacing to create a site that looks good on mobile phones as well as large widescreen monitors.
I've revamped my web presence yet again. I really need to get together an archive of all of them over the years. This design is pretty cool for a number of reasons. I think anyone with a concrete5-powered blog might find some of these approaches useful, especially if it has a technical focus.
Compare the features and screenshots of the very first version of concrete5, released two years ago (September 30, 2008) with version 5.4.1, which will be available in days.
On 9/21/2010 I presented a webinar for Zend (the PHP company) on how we've used the Zend Framework to solve some tough problems in concrete5. It is now online.
concrete5's friendliness toward developers extends beyond blocks and add-ons. An easy-to-understand but very useful MVC syntax powers concrete5's single pages and page types, allowing for helpful separation between code and content.