Our in-house content management system, Hound, just got an update –
We have started applying functional programming principles and refactored several back-end functions and sections. The code is more consistent throughout the administration sections.
Also, the user interface is still inconsistent in some places, but we unified it even more. Remember that it’s not production ready, but we intend to fix this in the next 30 to 60 days.
Also, the new version brings posts on board. They behave the same as pages, but they have Disqus comments enabled (in a very alpha state).
= 0.1.4 = UPDATE: Added CHANGELOG.md UPDATE: Refactored system requirements check UPDATE: Cleaned up the configuration page UI: Updated interface for consistency UI: Updated the pages section UI
As always, you can find the latest Hound updates on our GitHub page.
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