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Supercharging JavaScript performance with asm.js

November 10th, 2015

In June we introduced preview support for asm.js, which is now supported by default in Microsoft Edge starting with Microsoft EdgeHTML 13.10532. With this change, Hosted Web Applications and the WebView in any Universal Windows Application can now benefit from asm-optimized code as well. Asm.js is a strict subset of JavaScript that can be used…

Drupal 6 end-of-life announcement

November 9th, 2015

As announced in the Drupal 6 extended support policy, 3 months after Drupal 8 comes out, Drupal 6 will be end-of-life (EOL). On February 24th 2016, Drupal 6 will reach end of life and no longer be supported. What this means for you: Drupal 6 will no longer be supported by the community at large….

Joomla Will Be At The Madison PHP Conference – Come Join Us

November 6th, 2015

The Joomla project is sponsoring the 2015 Madison PHP Conference as Conference Partner. The conference is being held at the Alliant Energy Center in Madison, Wisconsin (USA), Saturday, November 14th, 2015. Madison PHP provides support, education, and networking opportunities to PHP developers. The group is not-for- profit and run by community volunteers. Membership has been…

PEP 0.4.0

November 5th, 2015

Today, we’re happy to announce a new release of PEP: Version 0.4.0. Notable changes include better support for module bundlers such as webpack and browserify and the inclusion of a WIP build on the CDN. The WIP build can be found at http://code.jquery.com/pep/pep-git.js but should only be used for testing (please don’t deploy the WIP…

WordPress 4.4 Beta 3

November 5th, 2015

WordPress 4.4 Beta 3 is now available for download and testing. This is software still in development, so we don’t recommend that you run it on a production site. To get the beta, try the WordPress Beta Tester plugin (you’ll want “bleeding edge nightlies”). Or you can download the beta here (zip). For more of what’s new in version 4.4, check out…

SHA-1 Deprecation Update

November 4th, 2015

In a previous update on TechNet, we announced that Windows will block SHA-1 signed TLS certificates starting on January 1, 2017. In light of recent advances in attacks on the SHA-1 algorithm, we are now considering an accelerated timeline to deprecate SHA-1 signed TLS certificates as early as June 2016. Mozilla recently announced a similar…