A great Joomla Template Framework that keeps getting better!
Last August we announced a major update to our Wright Template Framework. Since that time we've continued to do periodic updates to bring more stability and bug fixes, and seen some exciting adoptions of Wright from Joomla community members and companies.
This week I'm excited to announce the upcoming release of Wright v3.1, which includes some great new features, and equally as excited to share an interview with yet another Joomla community member who's adopted Wright for all of his work, Nick Savov.
Wright is moving right along these days, seeing great improvements to stability as well as some upcoming exciting enhancements (think full LESS support). It's no wonder that powerhouse Joomla company RedComponent, one of the largest Joomla companies in the world (if not THE largest), has decided to adopt Wright for all of their template and project needs!
We had a chance to ask owner Ronni Christiansen a few questions about why his company chose Wright:
A couple weeks ago we announced the move of The Wright Joomla Template Framework to Github in an effort to make it more accessible and invite collaboration. In addition to opening up and inviting collaboration, we're also expanding our efforts to showcase the work of those who adopt Wright for their site development needs! In this our first Wright Wednesday Developer Showcase we're excited to share a short interview and the work of Dianne Henning, organizer and site developer for Joomla Day Boston.
A great Joomla Template Framework is now even better
Last August we announced a major update to our Wright Template Framework. With this update, we were among the first in the industry to provide templates and support for Joomla 3.0, while also introducing a host of great new features, including responsiveness. This was a big step for Wright, made even greater because we did not lose sight of Wright's trademark lightness - - we made it even lighter still.
We've got some very exciting news to share with our wonderful Joomlashack community, and the rest of the Joomlasphere.