EasyEngine v3.0 is written in Python using Cement – a command-line application framework. Cement provides modular architecture. All EasyEngine’s core commands have been implemented as plugins. You can also create your own EasyEngine plugin.
As 2014, draws to a close a complete review of rtCamp’s product releases, new updates, contributions and also a taste of what to expect in 2015.
WordPress 4.1 “Dinah” is released with many new features and a new Twenty Fifteen default theme. This version also becomes the 6th consecutive one with contributions from rtCampers.
Payment gateway has been added to rtMedia Membership add-on version 2.0. The new payment settings allows admins to set price plans.
rtDating is our latest offering in premium WordPress themes. As the name suggest, the theme was built for people trying to create a social network for dating or finding a partner
Future roadmap for the EasyEngine project includes EasyEngine 3.0 in Python, CLI plugins, premium support, REST API, Web interface and Mobile apps.
EasyEngine team is looking for user feedback for some critical technical as well as non-technical decisions that will affect project in long run.
rtCamper Rahul Bansal account of his US trip, where he talked about EasyEngine at nginx.conf at San Francisco. After that he attended WordCamp San Francisco.
Announcing rtMedia Membership addon, that lets you add memberships to your site, enables you to control the number and size of files a member can upload.
EasyEngine 2.2 released with easier setup, updating WordPress cache type, easy password reset, percona mysql 5.6 support, clean cache command.
For the past couple of years we have been using WooCommerce for our store. Currently because of certain added requirements and flexibility that we want to offer our customers, we have migrated our store onto EasyDigitalDownloads.
Our product EasyEngine will feature at the Nginx Conference in San Francisco on October 20-22, 2014 (read post). While it is obviously not possible for everyone to attend nginx.conf has arranged for a webinar on “WordPress + NGINX Best Practices … Continued