Just another blog software.
I had planned this release for too long. When I had released version 7, I found out that there was an awful bug in the path generation introduced some time before.Read on!
Long-term readers might have noticed that the list of features which have been waiting to be added to blogcpp since its very first commits included article series which I had planned to develop "soon".
As I tried to implement this feature, I noticed that some of the article-related code in blogcpp was not written to be extended later.Read on!
As it has been a long-standing planned feature and the development of blogcpp is still going steady, I added support for plug-ins in a series of commits lately, meaning that you can add or remove your own features on-the-fly. In order to achieve this goal, blogcpp integrates the superb Duktape ECMAScript engine.Read on!
From the beginning of BlogC++, people were wondering why I had not joined the large GitHub train where everyone and their mother seems to be these days. Well, I remember a time when everyone was on Sourceforge ...Read on!
Among the things missing in BlogC++ was support for syntax highlighting. So far, you could only use standard Markdown to mark code blocks.Read on!
Sad news, everyone: A number of unforeseen circumstances made us shut down the support board about:blogs, at least for a while.Read on!
Sorry for the long delay. I promise I had good reasons for it.Read on!
I know, I know - you'd never replace your beloved WordPress by BlogC++ because all these static blogs don't let your users participate. Well, I just made your life somewhat harder:Read on!
Today, July 17, is the day of the annual World Emoji Day. A good day to start a blog with BlogC++ and its built-in emoji support. 🙂
the release of version 2 of blogcpp is coming near.Read on!
Good news, everyone!
As you can see, blogcpp finally has support for RSS feeds, the first new feature of the upcoming version 2.Read on!