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Archive for 2013

Showcasing Zotonic

18 November 2013

The amount of Zotonic sites that have been made are far greater than we know but we've got some of them listed here. Read more »

The Performance of Open Source Applications out now!

8 October 2013

We are proud to announce the publication of the article on Zotonic in "The Architecture of Open Source Applications" by our senior architects Arjan Scherpenisse and Marc Worrell with thanks to the rest of the team for their support. Read more »

Version 0.9.4 (and 0.9.3) released

Arjan Scherpenisse— 21 September 2013

Zotonic version 0.9.3 has been released. This is the third bugfix release on the 0.9 branch. Shortly after we released 0.9.4 to fix compilation issues on the Erlang R16B series. Read more »

Version 0.9.2 released

Arjan Scherpenisse— 2 July 2013

Zotonic version 0.9.2 has been released. This is the second bugfix release on the 0.9 branch. Read more »

Making it fast: Zotonic & performance

14 June 2013

These are the slides and the video of the talk given at the Erlang User Conference, june 2013, Stockholm. It highlights Zotonic's architecture, performance charts and provides a glimpse into the future of this web development framework. Read more »

Zotonic at Erlang Factory Lite Budapest

28 May 2013

Zotonic and Erlang Solutions are co-organizing Erlang Factory Lite Budapest. Read more »

Zotonic at Erlang User Conference in Stockholm

1 May 2013

We are proud to announce that Arjan Scherpenisse (The Netherlands) and Andreas Stenius (Sweden) will be representing Zotonic at the Erlang User Conference (10-14 June, Stockholm). Arjan will be giving a talk called: Read more »

Version 0.9.1 released

Arjan Scherpenisse— 14 March 2013

Version 0.9.1 has been released. This is the first bugfix release on the 0.9 branch. Read more »

Zotonic is looking for a Zotonic.com developer

4 February 2013

The Zotonic Core team is busy - really busy. So we need to expand our team to keep delivering one of the most exciting open source projects systems around.
Soon we'll post a list of components or modules we're missing in Zotonic.
But for now we're looking for help to further improve our website: Zotonic.com. Read more »