Now that the new year is upon us we thought we'd take the chance to talk a little bit about the roadmap for the next major release of Piranha CMS. The project planning and milestone for this version is already available on GitHub, so if you have input or suggestions please don't hesitate to head over to our repo and share your thoughts.
We're happy to announce that today we've released the new Blog Template for Piranha CMS
5.0. We had to wait for the release since some of the Archive Filtering functionality needed was in the new version. Also the template is based on the new Block Editor that we're super excited about!
There hasn't been a lot of updates during April, and the reason is that I've put almost all of my available time into the upcoming Block functionality. I'm super excited about this new feature and really believe that this will give you one of the best content editing experiences available for the .NET platform.
As of version
4.3 Piranha now supports using a CDN for uploaded media. In this post I'm going to show you how to setup Piranha to use
Azure Blob Storage in combination with