SSOFB - Web Development with Open Source in Aberdeen, Scotland

It's now nearly four months since Joomla 4 was released and we've been helping clients migrate from version 3 to version 4.  It's a great opportunity to take some time to clear out old and unused extensions, migrate to PHP 8.1, and freshen up you site's platform.  While working through this with several clients they've been delighted by the many benefits this produces, like site speed, improved accessibly, better lighthouse scores, simpler content authoring, and improved security.

The complexity of a Joomla migration can vary a lot, depending, mainly, on the number of extensions you're using.  It may even be that one or more extension you rely on is not yet supported in Joomla 4, for example, J2Store.

The update to Joomla 4 is also a great opportunity to remove legacy front end systems, like jQuery and Bootstrap 2.  Template development now, with Joomla 4 can be a much faster process, leveraging HTML5 and CSS3, so it's a great time to move to a new template for your site or system.




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21st of February 2022
Joomla 4 migrations
9th of December 2021
Joomla 4 released
17th of August 2021
Online education resources
22nd of March 2020
Careers fair at school
18th of May 2018
Joomla World Conference - Rome
27th of November 2017
Great Joomla Day UK 2017
25th of July 2017
Joomla 3.7 released today
25th of April 2017
Great Joomla! resources
3rd of June 2016
Joomla 3.5 released
22nd of March 2016