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The Future of Apostrophe

by Kyle Stetz

Three months ago I wrote about the changes we were going through in the Apostrophe project and how excitement played a central part in that. I'm happy to report that excitement is at its peak this…
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Excitement is the currency of open source software

by Kyle Stetz

The Apostrophe project has been around in some capacity since the early days of P’unk Ave. It’s an open source content management system that we use to build almost all of our client projects. Version 2–…
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Apostrophe and the P’unk Learning Curve - Month 2 in the P’unk Apprenticeship

by Joel Smith

Learning with Apostrophe Apostrophe was born out of a complaint. Content management systems were (and one might argue, are) causing too much friction: not so much for the developers, who spent a majority of their time within…
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P'unk Ave Offers Classes

by Dana Vachon

Announcing the first Apostrophe product classes held by P'unk Avenue! Our vision in launching Apostrophe is to help people make beautiful websites that they can afford, and manage themselves. Today we are offering our first classes in…
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Making a New Website Using Apostrophe

by Dana Vachon

With the launch of hosted Apostrophe, all of us at P'unk Ave have been buzzing with excitement. However, I'd like to claim, that I am the MOST excited. Usually in the project manager role around here, I'm…
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Apostrophe People Plugin!

by Thomas Boutell

We're pleased to announce a nifty new(-ish) plugin for the Apostrophe open source developer community. The Apostrophe People Plugin lets you organize and display people on Apostrophe pages. You can filter, sort, and search for people…

Apostrophe Gets the Etsy Mini Slot

by Dana Vachon

Using the Etsy Mini slot you can now feature items from your Etsy shop right on your Apostrophe website! The Esty Mini slot is for Etsy sellers and Etsy lovers alike. Sellers can feature their most…

Apostrophe: Now it's for Everyone

by Geoff DiMasi

Last Tuesday while most people on the east coast were heading home from work or enjoying a pleasant happy hour, we ordered Thai takeout and quietly launched hosted Apostrophe. We held our breath and waited for…

Apostrophe Scales: Part II

by Thomas Boutell

Were you longing to hear the words "and one more thing" at the end of Apple's iPhone 4S press conference? Of course you were (even though the 4S is pretty darn amazing, honestly). So here's "one…

We're eating our own blog food!

by Thomas Boutell

P'unk Avenue's blog is now running on Apostrophe. While punkave.com has been an Apostrophe site for a long time, our blog remained a Wordpress site for longer than it should have. That mainly had to do…

Liveblogging Symfony Live

by Thomas Boutell

5:35pm, Wednesday Geez o man, I liveblogged the entire conference! I honestly didn't expect to keep it up for two full days. Glad I did as it helped me focus and learn more than I would have…
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Apostrophe Shirts!

by Geoff DiMasi

Like everyone, we love designing t-shirts (most of which never get printed) and we love wearing them. We decided to finally print some up to support Apostrophe, our open source CMS. We figured it would be…

Apostrophe 1.5.1 makes everything perfect forever

by Thomas Boutell

Well, maybe not everything. But pretty close. We've released version 1.5.1 of Apostrophe. As the version number implies this is a bug fixing and stability-oriented release, although there are a few new touches thrown in to make…

Apostrophe 1.5 Released!

by Thomas Boutell

At long last, Apostrophe 1.5 has been released! And it was worth the wait. Apostrophe, for the newcomers, is a content management system built on Symfony. It has been through several stable releases and is in use…

Open Source Business Models

by Thomas Boutell

Alas, open source by itself is not a business model. Very few people get rich just by coding for free all day. But I've spent a lot of time in the open source trenches over the years,…

Apostrophe Scales: Part I

by Thomas Boutell

Apostrophe is a beautiful CMS, if we do say so ourselves. In-context editing and thoughtful design make it a joy to use. And this is a problem. It is a problem because people look at it and…

Apostrophe 1.4.2 released

by Thomas Boutell

We've released version 1.4.2 of Apostrophe. This is a maintenance release primarily made up of stability and security fixes. We strongly recommend upgrading if you are using any 1.x version of Apostrophe. Even for those keeping up…

Apostrophe Updates

by Thomas Boutell

Apostrophe has received quite a few fixes and improvements over the past few months. We've made upgraded releases of our open source software available. To learn more, visit the Apostrophe developer site. Read on for a changelog…

Symfony 2 hub-bub

by Thomas Boutell

Symfony is the best framework for building web applications in PHP. The forthcoming Symfony 2 is a dramatic improvement and a complete rewrite with many new features and, even more importantly, better software architecture. Enthusiasts may have…
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Introducing Apostrophe's Blog Plugin

by Thomas Boutell

Apostrophe, our content management system, now sports a nifty new blog plugin. And you can see it in action on GPTMC's Philly360. Wondering where the blog is? In the context of a larger website, a blog doesn't…