Building MODX.today

At the MODX Coding Convention Cologne, most of the website you're viewing today was built. In this slightly-but-not-really technical post, we share what technologies were used and how you can do the same to build a really awesome website in a short period of time. There was already a very simple website for the podcast, and a rough idea in Chris's head on how to make it, but other than that it was all done in the weekend.

On February 25th, Graeme Leighfield of GEL Studios hosted a MODX Meetup in London at the Google Campus. There were three talks this evening, including Gauke Pieter Sietzema about a remote MODX dashboard called MODX Control, Mark Hamstra about setting up a workflow with Gitify, and Mark Willis demoing the Preview and Workflow extras.

In the second part of Keeping MODX Relevant trilogy by Jason "opengeek" Coward, he continues to share his vision about the next major release of MODX. In this edition, he reveals what he would like to see at the very core of MODX: Slim.

MODX Core Architect, Jason Coward, shares his position about how to keep MODX relevant in the future. From code standards to fully unit tested code and microservices. For anyone interested in what MODX 3 may look like, architecturally speaking, this is a very recommended read.

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