This version introduces some very imporant features:
- Own page for every article
- Social sharing buttons (at the moment: google+, twitter, facebook but more will follow)
- Disqus integration
- Local config file -> no more editing the index file
pBlog 2.0 is only partially compatible with prior versions. You don’t have to change anything in the posts or intro file (in case you have one), but to switch to version 2.0 you have to replace your index.php with the new one. With this step all your settings like the title will be lost and you have to set them in the new config.php file. For more questions write me a mail to email@example.com.
In the near future I will spend more time in writing a documentation about the blog engine and adding more comments (especially in the css file).
In this Version code is better designed so you can read and recognise it better.
This is a code example:
scp -r * marcel-kapfer.de:
After I published the Version 1.0 last sunday I realized some problems with german umlauts. Now I added a function that converts every umlaut (ü, Ü, ä, Ä, ö, Ö and ß) into the html code.
Last week a few big changes happend in my projects. Nearly every project had an bigger release.
- Morse Converter Desktop Edition Version 1.1 (Sourcecode: https://github.com/mmk2410/morse-converter Web: http://marcel-kapfer.de/writtenmorse)
The Desktop version of the Morse Converter has now the ability to show different languages. German is the first added locale and I hope that some people will submit more localizations.
- Morse Converter Android Edition Version 2.0 (Sourcecode: https://github.com/mmk2410/morse-converter-android Web: http://marcel-kapfer.de/writtenmorse)
May the biggest release this week was the version 2.0 of the Android Morse Converter. I re-wrote more or less the whole app to make it awesome. The biggest change is the Material design.
- pBlog Version 1.0 (Sourcecode: https://github.com/mmk2410/pBlog)
Another new project entered the public state last week and saw today the Version 1.0. pBlog is a blogging engine based on PHP, XML and Markdown and it is completly independent from any database. It tries to be as simply as possible. At the moment there are not much features included but more will follow. Right now you’re visiting a page created with pBlog.
- My Website (Sourcecode: https://github.com/mmk2410/mmk2410.github.io Web: http://marcel-kapfer.de)
My Website also saw a new release this week (to be exact: today). It is not just a small change – it is a completely new page. Less content and less subpage, simply reduced on the main content (programming). Also new: It is written in PHP to provide a few nice and handy features. Enjoy it!
I hope that I can continue such an amount of new stuff in the future even if I have not much time until middle of June this year.
Today I’m proud to announce the Version 1.0 of the pBlog – a simple PHP, XML and Markdown based blogging engine
which is completly independent from any databases. Even if this is the version 1.0 it is still in a early state of
Version 1.0 has the following features:
- Blog writing in XML
- Content in Markdown
- Static intro in Markdown
This is the Version 0.3 of pBlog. It comes with the following changes:
- Complete Markdown Support
- Design fixes
- a mainlink is no longer required
The following things are new in this version:
- Better structur
- cleaned up
More will come when it is ready!
This is the version 0.2.
This is a test version in a early state of the new blog engine. By now it supports following things:
- Mainlink and various other links
More will come when it is ready!
This is the version 0.1.