Open-source PHP framework ImpressPages recently released a preview of its upcoming 4.0 version. Users can get their hands on the new website management tool with built-in content editor and get a hint of what’s really coming up. Let’s see what’s so new about it.
For starters, this time ImpressPages made a crucial decision of shifting from CMS to framework. The changes occurred in order to make coding fun again as the team felt that developers needed more free space and functionality which could only be provided by a framework. Thus the 4.0 version is profoundly called a true ‘ode to code’: it’s clean, simple and flexible. With a new MVC engine users can make custom changes in no time; not to mention they can write plugins and themes. Here’s some more bone-hard facts to prove its awesomeness.
Pretty neat, huh? ImpressPages 4.0 also comes with a nicely revamped user interface. The core was designed with the principles and aesthetics of usability in mind. Thus, 4.0 version is intended to be super easy to grasp and work with, regardless of user’s programming knowledge. The following are some of the visual changes you can expect in this new version of ImpressPages: