Road Map for Themler

Pixie Magic
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Pixie Magic posted this 2 weeks ago

Is there a roadmap for Themler development over the next 2 years?

What can we expect this year in the way of.

  1. New Features?
  2. CMS for ordinary websites?
  3. Maybe integration with WHCMS?
  4. Integration of e-commerce (and CMS), to save the need to use legacy s/w such as Wordpress, etc?

Some sort of description of where you will position yourself in the market going forward?

Just want to get an idea if there is a plan? Or if the programmers have moved on?

Many Thanks

Is there a roadmap for Themler development over the next 2 years? What can we expect this year in the way of. 1. New Features? 2. CMS for ordinary websites? 3. Maybe integration with WHCMS? 4. Integration of e-commerce (and CMS), to save the need to use legacy s/w such as Wordpress, etc? Some sort of description of where you will position yourself in the market going forward? Just want to get an idea if there is a plan? Or if the programmers have moved on? Many Thanks
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Vitaliy WD
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Vitaliy WD posted this 2 weeks ago

Hello.

I'm asked this question here and get answer:

We plan to finish PrestaShop 1.7 export and continue improving Themler
stability. In parallel we're working on uPage.

And similar post on uPage forum: https://upage.io/questions/1171/roadmap-or-news

Hello. I'm asked this question [here][1] and get answer: > We plan to finish PrestaShop 1.7 export and continue improving Themler > stability. In parallel we're working on uPage. And similar post on uPage forum: https://upage.io/questions/1171/roadmap-or-news [1]: http://answers.themler.io/answers/152289
Support Team posted this 2 weeks ago

Hi,

We do not plan to integrate any new CMSs. As for the new features, we also do not have plans to create anything new in the nearest future. For the other news follow the update topics on this forum.

Sincerely,
Hella

Hi, We do not plan to integrate any new CMSs. As for the new features, we also do not have plans to create anything new in the nearest future. For the other news follow the update topics on this forum. Sincerely, Hella
Pixie Magic
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Pixie Magic posted this 2 weeks ago

Hi Hella,

I am confused.
Is this uPage thing a wind up? Or are you really working on a new product?

If you have not got any plans for Themler, does this mean you are dropping it?

I don't want to waste any time learning Themler if...

  1. It is not going to be supported with further development
  2. If it might stop working.

Hope you can at least give me some idea of what is going on behind the scenes?

Thanks

Hi Hella, I am confused. Is this uPage thing a wind up? Or are you really working on a new product? If you have not got any plans for Themler, does this mean you are dropping it? I don't want to waste any time learning Themler if... 1. It is not going to be supported with further development 2. If it might stop working. Hope you can at least give me some idea of what is going on behind the scenes? Thanks
Vitaliy WD
225 Posts
Vitaliy WD posted this 1 weeks ago

As for the new features, we also do not have plans to create anything
new in the nearest future.

Very sad to hear that.

Bootstrap 4, Joomla 4, WordPress 5 is on the go. Do you plan to support this?

> As for the new features, we also do not have plans to create anything > new in the nearest future. Very sad to hear that. Bootstrap 4, Joomla 4, WordPress 5 is on the go. Do you plan to support this?
webmetod
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webmetod posted this 1 weeks ago

Hi,

We do not plan to integrate any new CMSs. As for the new features, we also do not have plans to create anything new in the nearest future.

I agree. The product must be a stable working tool. Do not forget, this is just a tool for the theme. You have limitless possibilities using it with the CMS (and the brain).

> Hi, > > We do not plan to integrate any new CMSs. As for the new features, we also do not have plans to create anything new in the nearest future. I agree. The product must be a stable working tool. Do not forget, this is just a tool for the theme. You have limitless possibilities using it with the CMS (and the brain).
Vitaliy WD
225 Posts
Vitaliy WD posted this 1 weeks ago

As for CMS: Joomla and WP will be enough. Plus HTML.
As for the new features: off-canvas menu will be great gift.

In overall Themler 2.0 needed.
The main reason: Bootstrap 4, Joomla 4, WP 5.

There is one idea for Themler 2.0: make one option in Themler with Easy mode / Expert switcher.

Here is example: http://smartslider3.helpscoutdocs.com/article/406-secondary-navigation-bar

So Themler 2.0 with Simple / Expert mode switcher will be very good idea and product.
Just look how great it can be: https://youtu.be/orld-gwFG5A?t=10s

And this will be universal product for all, who want simple generator as uPage (Easy mode) and powerful tool like Themler (Expert mode).

Even uPage can be just a part of Themler 2.0 in the role of Visual Contend Editor plugin (to edit Section).

And don't need to support huge of CMSs, it take too much time to support all of this. Only most popular CMSs. Maybe without e-commerce CMSs on start.

As for CMS: Joomla and WP will be enough. Plus HTML. As for the new features: off-canvas menu will be great gift. In overall Themler 2.0 needed. The main reason: Bootstrap 4, Joomla 4, WP 5. There is one idea for Themler 2.0: make one option in Themler with **Easy mode** / **Expert** switcher. Here is example: http://smartslider3.helpscoutdocs.com/article/406-secondary-navigation-bar So Themler 2.0 with Simple / Expert mode switcher will be very good idea and product. Just look how great it can be: https://youtu.be/orld-gwFG5A?t=10s And this will be universal product for all, who want simple generator as uPage (Easy mode) and powerful tool like Themler (Expert mode). Even uPage can be just a part of Themler 2.0 in the role of Visual Contend Editor plugin (to edit Section). And don't need to support huge of CMSs, it take too much time to support all of this. Only most popular CMSs. Maybe without e-commerce CMSs on start.
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