ProudCity 1.0.0 Release

This is the initial release of the ProudCity WordPress platform. It is immediately available for all ProudCity Hosted sites and for download on Github under the GNU Affero GPL v3 open source license.

What changes will I notice?

This is the initial release of ProudCity, so everything is new! Notable features include: a search-focused website; webapp interface for finding answers, paying bills, and reporting issues; social wall to share information across city social network accounts; city services map that pulls from Foursquare and user-entered locations; built-in events calendar; built-in agency and staff contact database.

If you notice any issues with your ProudCity Hosted website after this release, please create a support ticket. If you are using ProudCity Open Source please create a GitHub issue.

What’s up next?

Version 1.1.0 will be mostly a bugfix and security update as we focus on the ProudCity Platform, which will use Automattic’s Calypso. Some feature improvements on the way:

  • Slideshow widget #182
  • Icon widget enhancements #60
  • Infrastructure improvements #169
  • 3rd party plugin updates

Want to see something that isn’t listed here? Tweet it to us. View our full product roadmap.

Version 1.1.0 will be released on March 8, 2016.

Changelog

  • Upgrade WordPress Core to 4.4.2
  • Third party plugin updates c2e72b0
  • Changed email sending service from Mandrill to Amazon SES
  • Added plugins: gravity-forms-bootstrap-3-style, safe-redirect-manager, wpackagist-plugin/iframe
  • Added custom plugin: wp-proud-location
  • Improved map so locations can pull from wp-proud-location or from Foursquare

Learn more about ProudCity.

By | 2017-05-22T21:13:46+00:00 March 1st, 2016|News, Releases|

About the Author:

Jeff Lyon is co-founder and CTO of ProudCity. Email him at [email protected].