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Release 0.9.9

by Parker, Joshua | Comments
TriTan CMS 0.9.9 has been released. This has been refactored to be more extendable and modular. To view changes, checkout the commit log. You can download the new update from Github or Sourceforge. Read More
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Using the User API to Create a User

by Parker, Joshua | Comments
TriTan CMS has different api's for user, post, post type, etc. In this article, I will show you how to create a user programmatically using the user api. Read More
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Release 0.9.8

by Parker, Joshua | Comments
TriTan CMS 0.9.8 has been released. This includes a plethora of changes and fixes. To view changes, checkout the commit log. You can download the new update from Github or Sourceforge. Read More
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Release 0.9.7

by Parker, Joshua | Comments
TriTan CMS 0.9.7 has been released. This update includes a few enhancements and bug fixes. To view changes, checkout the commit log. You can download the new update from Github or Sourceforge. Read More
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Release 0.9.6

by Parker, Joshua | Comments
TriTan CMS 0.9.6 has been released. This update includes a few enhancements and bug fixes. To view changes, checkout the commit log. You can download the new update from Github or Sourceforge. Read More
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Object Caching

by Parker, Joshua | Comments
By default, caching in TriTan CMS is somewhat non-persistent. This means that after a request, the cache could have expired by the time the next request is made. Check out the section on Cache Expiry Time if you would like to extend the expiry time. Read More
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Release 0.9.5

by Parker, Joshua | Comments
TriTan CMS 0.9.5 has been released. This update includes a few enhancements and bug fixes. To view changes, checkout the commit log. You can download the new update from Github or Sourceforge. Read More
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Run Background Tasks with Nodeq Queue

by Parker, Joshua | Comments
There are two Queue systems in TriTan that allows you to run background tasks. There is the regular Queue which namespace is \Tritan\Queue and there is the Nodeq Queue which namespace is \TriTan\Queue\NodeqQueue. You can use one or the other or you can utitlize both. In this article, I will explain the process of using the Queue system to run a background task. Read More
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New Release 0.9.4

by Parker, Joshua | Comments
TriTan CMS 0.9.4 has been released. This update includes a few enhancements and bug fixes. To view changes, checkout the commit log. You can download the new update from Github or Sourceforge. Read More