New for 2.2.1: Session-less Contexts

Jason Coward April 5, 2012

One of the common arguments I hear is that using MODX Revolution for small or simple sites is simply overkill and that pages do not perform near as well as they did in Evolution. But with some recent improvements in the 2.2.1-pl release, I can show you how to improve the front-end performance of your Revolution site by more than 40 times.

MODX Revolution 2.2 Supports MySQL Replication

Jason Coward August 19, 2011

For many high-traffic MODX deployments, scalability is a primary concern. A concern that could, until now, only be attacked by writing custom code, increasing the number of web server nodes, or increasing the performance of individual servers through hardware and software optimization. But what always remained was a bottleneck at the most important layer of MODX: the database server.

MODX Nightlies Now Available

Shaun McCormick August 12, 2011

Development of MODX Revolution has been steadily moving forward since the 2.1 launch, and as of today, we're excited to announce that MODX Revolution will now have “nightlies” published every day for download.

Solr Search with SimpleSearch

Shaun McCormick May 23, 2011

Exciting times in MODX development are ahead. Last Friday, we released a new version of SimpleSearch which fully supports Solr-based searching. Solr is an Apache-based search platform from the Lucene project, and is absurdly fast and accurate in its search results. We made it a priority at MODX …

Are You Ready for 2.1?

Jay Gilmore May 14, 2011

As you've probably heard, MODX Revolution 2.1 is almost here and we thank everyone in our developer community who has helped test and report issues along our cycle of Release Candidates which has led to an incredibly solid upcoming Public Launch.

Revolution …