Today we have migrated Joomlabamboo to our new unified portal including:
Read this announcement carefully as it affects everyone.
As you are probably well aware JoomlaBamboo has been struggling for a while and for a period in January this year, it looked like we might have to close. To avoid this we started reaching out to other Joomla providers and we’re really pleased to announce that as of 21st February 2018 JoomlArt will be taking over JoomlaBamboo.
Several members have recently asked us where we source our stock imagery from, so we’ve put together a list of the sites we use. All of the sites listed below provide excellent quality, high resolution, royalty and copyright free (including free commercial use) images.
All the team at JoomlaBamboo would like to wish you a happy and prosperous 2017.
JoomlaBamboo is passionate about Joomla and Open Source so we have decided to sponsor our first JoomlaDay event – woohoooo!
As you may have read on Anthony's previous blog post, JoomlaBamboo is going through major changes and a lot of work is happening behind the scenes. The changing of ownership of JoomlaBamboo will not happen overnight and Anthony and I are working very hard to make the process as smooth as possible.
I have some pretty big news to share with you today. This change has been brewing for some months now and there has been a lot of work happening behind the scenes to make this happen ... so without further ado ... I would like to announce ...
A few days ago the Joomla team released the latest major version of Joomla - Joomla 3.5. There are a ton of new features in this release but one in particular that stands out as a major boon for all website owners - support for PHP7.
PHP7 was released in November 2015 and promises to be at least twice as fast as php5. Which is an incredible promise if you consider how important speed is when it comes to SERP ranking and that we can sometimes spend an inordinate amount of time shaving milliseconds of our website's page speed.
This year marks ten years since I first registered the Joomlabamboo domain name. It's incredible to think it's been a decade. At the time I had no idea that Joomlabamboo would become the lifeblood of my work and that the Joomla CMS would figure so greatly in my life for the better part of a decade.
I first learnt how to code a template when I built the first website for my Acupuncture practice. I still work as an acupuncturist but web design and development consumes a far greater part of my time and focus.
My initial inspiration for starting Joomlabamboo was to be able to build simple, minimal and creative Joomla templates. When I look back through the catalogue I think we have more or less stayed true to that course (with a few significant deviations).
This post is designed to serve as an update for Joomlabamboo, the future of our templates and to provide some insight into the workings of a small template club in an ever growing, ever changing and ever expanding theming landscape.
The gist of this post can be summarised as follows:
The knowledgebase for the Zen Grid Framework v4 just received a big update.
A big change in the CMS eco system over the past few years has been the increase in popularity of so called flat file content management systems.
A flat file CMS is usually a database-less content management system that stores the content in files in markdown or other formats. The CMS essentially parses the content in these files through it's template in order to render the page. Depending on the size and type of website you are using, flat file websites are generally faster and easier to maintain, although they also tend to require a slightly more technically minded user to be operate them.
It's been a busy month here at Bamboo HQ. I had hoped to be announcing the release of Zentools2 as our May offering, however despite our best efforts it's not quite ready. So rather than rushing the release I've decided to put the release on hold until next week so that we can run it through further testing, finalise the documentation and generally bed the whole release down.
This means that there will be no release for May, Zentools2 will be released as our June offering and all of our members will receive an extra month free to compensate for this missed release. We are really sorry for any inconvenience caused by this but truly believe that it's better to release a stable product than release a rushed and unfinished product