New releases coming soon for ‘corePHP’!

For the past few years, ‘corePHP’ has been producing high quality products and providing enterprise level services and support. This year we are going to the extra mile to make our best even better! We’ve got some great changes and additions for this year. Here are the highlights:

Site Redesign for ‘corePHP’

Every web developer reaches a point where they want to improve the design and functionality of their website, and we are no exception! Over the past few months, we have been working on a new design for ‘corePHP’ that will improve the performance of our site and provide you a better user experience. Improvements will include:

  • An easy to find login and update bar
  • New and improved store and subscription center
  • Improved usability and site navigation
  • Improved homepage for content updates
  • Integrated support desk and forums – That’s right, it’s now going to be all-in-one : – )
  • And much, much more!

Stay tuned for more updates! We’ll report them as they are launched.

New Products Coming Soon!

This year, our new product launches will include the following:

  • ‘corePHP’s JCalendar: Manage your site events with ease and style. JCalendar has all the great benefits and features of standard calendars plus a few unique surprises of its own! Coming very soon!
  • Project Pluto: Our talented staff is cooking up something extremely awesome. This new component, code named Pluto, will be completely plug-able architecture that provides you the flexibility and enhancements to manage your site like never before! More information to come.
  • Community ACL 2.0 for Joomla! 1.6: We are rewriting Community ACL from the ground up for Joomla! 1.6! This powerful component will not only extend Joomla!’s ACL but will also incorporate a powerful plugin system that allows you to extend Community ACL if needed.
  • All new WordPress: WordPress and WordPress MU are Merging! Expect to see a brand new version of WordPress this year with all the core features of WordPress MU in one convenient package. Take a look at this blog post:
  • A new subscription club: We’re keeping this under wraps at the moment, but you can expect to see a launch in the near future. You’ll want to keep your eyes open for this one!

New Affiliate Club!

We are grateful to you, our customers and partners, for your continued interest and support. This year we would like to give back through our new affiliate club. Expect to see this when we launch our new site. Join our affiliate club and grow your business together with us.

Stay up to date and follow our blog! We have great new products and services coming in the near future. And once again, thank you for your interest in ‘corePHP.’

–Steven Pignataro, CEO

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6 thoughts on “New releases coming soon for ‘corePHP’!

  1. capeinfo

    When will the new WordPress MU component become available? I bought a subscription some while ago but can’t download anything until a new version is released, which you said should have been released by now.

    1. Steven PignataroSteven Pignataro

      We are actively working on this release. We never commit to release dates due to the work that is involved.

  2. David

    Please, please provide some integration for K2 as this would really open up your market regardless of J1.6. We use it on all our sites and would not be immediately upgrading to J1.6 in the near future.

    1. Steven PignataroSteven Pignataro

      We will be including integration to a lot of products including K2 when released later this year. Please keep your eyes pealed.

      Kindest regards,

      –Steven Pignataro
      CEO ‘corePHP’

  3. Tony

    Hi Steven, any news on being able to integrate Community ACL with K2?

    I have a few upcoming requirements for Community ACL though I need K2 integration and unless this is available I will need to source an alternate ACL solution…

    I would prefer to stick with Comm ACL…

    Regards, Tony.

    1. Steven PignataroSteven Pignataro


      We are developing a plugin system for Community ACL so that you can create plugins for other software such as K2 or jomSocial and the likes. I do not have a time frame on this – but it is currently being developed.

      Kindest regards,

      –Steven Pignataro

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