The JCM Team is proud to present you the December Issue of the Joomla! Community Magazine.
This month’s edition features:An article from Philip Walton about the recent Joomla market share trends. Nicholas Dionysopoulos explained how to upgrade to PHP 8.x. Marc Dechèvre shared a case study on a multilingual website with multiple domains. Daniel Dubois published the third episode on how to use Joomla for business. Philip Walton wrote an article on the Search system. Hans van der Meer published a piece on the challenges of Joomla's social media managers. Philip Walton published an article on Playbooks and other powerful features of Mattermost. Anja de Crom wrote an article on how to act when you disagree with a JCM article. Hans van der Meer interviewed the Forum Team as part of the Meet a Team series. Abu Huraira published an article on Quix, as part of the Page Builders series. Louise Hawkins wrote an article on Google Analytics reports and custom events. Anja de Crom shared the marketing initiative to collect festive wishes from Joomlers. The Editors of the JCM shared the highlights of the magazine for 2022.
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.
On behalf of the JCM Team, we also would like to take this opportunity to celebrate the birthday of our Team Lead and Co-Editor Anja de Crom! Happy birthday!
Thanks to all those who participated.
The Call for Authors for the Community Magazine is always open, we are eager to receive your articles.
Luca Marzo (Co-Editor), Anja de Crom (Co-Editor), Sandra Decoux (Creative Director), Philip Walton (Author), Daniel Dubois (Author), Hans van der Meer (Author), Louise Hawkins (Author), Nicholas Dionysopoulos (Author), Abu Huraira (Author), Marc Dechèvre (Author).
We want to thank also all the developers, leaders and volunteers who dedicated their time to answer our interviews.
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