The JCM Team is glad to present you the January issue of the Joomla! Community Magazine.
Featured this month a presentation about LazyLoad and how to use it in Joomla from Tobias Zulauf and an overview on Cassipoiea, the brand new Joomla 4 default frontend template.
In this issue, you can find several articles from the Community: from the goals of the Operations and the Programs Departments to the mission statement from the Joomla Education Working Group.
The team interviewed three Joomlers this month: Sandra Decoux, Tim Davis and Eoin Oliver.
Colin Cassells brought a case study about CoNSA website (Australia).
Anja de Crom published an article on how to keep the fun in working together, proposing ways to prevent and solve conflicts while contributing to Open Source software, as well as she brought a piece with Tips & Tricks for Joomla newbies.
Ahmad Moussa published an article about CDNs and Joomla.
SD Williams on behalf of the Volunteers Engagement Team published the regular monthly Community Openings.
This release wouldn’t have been possible without the work of the Community Magazine Team, all the authors and all the people who allowed us to interview them.
Anja de Crom, our top author, has been promoted to Co-Editor of the JCM.
Thanks to all those who participated.
Contributed to this issue:
Andrea Gentil (Editor), Anja de Crom (Co-Editor), Sandra Decoux (Creative Director), SD Williams (Author), Ahmad Moussa (Author), Tobias Zulauf (Author), Patrick Jackson (Author), Colin Cassels (Author).
Call for Authors
The Joomla Community Magazine is looking for authors on the following topics:
- Tutorial: Joomla’s L10N Heart
- Joomla 4 Features
- How do Agencies get into trouble on Projects
- Developing a Joomla 4 Template
- Joomla 4: A powerful CLI application
- Joomla 4: Customize your site communications: the Email Templates
- Joomla 4: The new publishing workflows
- Joomla for Developers (Framework)
- Create an unlimited design with Joomla
- Get great out of the box SEO with Joomla!
- Building Mobile Apps with Joomla as the backend.
Feel free to submit your articles to the JCM team.