As you may have noticed, EllisLab have announced that ExpressionEngine 3.0 is in Public Beta. This means I am working on getting my add-ons ready for the new release. Here are my plans.
Since developing Low Search, there has been one crucial piece of functionality absent. Deliberately, because this particular feature has always been a tough nut to crack, especially without the unlimited resources of, say, Google. However, today’s new release, codename The Nutcracker, does just that.
As I mentioned earlier, ExpressionEngine 2.9 comes with changes in its conditional parser. While these changes are a Good Deal for EE, it does come with a couple of gotchas. Here is one that directly affects one of my add-ons.
One of the perks of being in the Developer Preview Program (DPP) is that I can test upcoming releases with my software. In fact, that’s the whole point of the DPP. The next version of ExpressionEngine is imminent, and it comes with a change that will affect one of my add-ons: Low Search.