Form group class name
When rendering a form on the front-end side, which we refer to the end-user interface, the group div html element has now a CSS class based on its name for better styling.
Attributes support on ReactJS custom fields
When defining attributes on a custom field used in combination with a metabox, the rendered field now takes care of user-defined attributes. It is for example possible to attach “data-” attributes to a field:
Metabox::make('sample', 'post') ->add(Field::text('author', [ 'data-genre' => 'fantasy' ])) ->set();
Pass custom data on a field custom view
When building a field with a custom view, you can now pass custom data to it by using the
with method on your field instance. This is helpful when customizing the look of a core field or building your own:
Field::submit('register') ->setView('buttons.submit') ->with('text', __('Forgot your password ?', APP_TD))
You can also pass multiple data to the
with method using an array:
Field::submit('register') ->setView('buttons.submit') ->with([ 'text' => __('Forgot your password ?', APP_TD), 'url' => wp_lostpassword_url() ])
- Administration page routing when defined as a sub-page of a core WordPress page (Themes, Tools, Settings, …)
- Media and Collection field thumbnail if the original image has a size smaller than the “thumbnail” image size.
- Mark as checked a checkbox field with a default value
Themosis Enterprise support
In march I launched a first survey in order to get some insights about the Themosis framework user base experience. I also asked in which service people are willing to pay in order to contribute financially to the projet and help me expand the framework.
The results coming out of this survey are 2 services:
- Dedicated support
While I’m also preparing a free training series by refactoring the “Bookstore” project, I’m currently putting the framework in hard test by building a dedicated enterprise support platform. Combining both of best worlds, Laravel and WordPress.
WordPress is responsible of the publishing content, marketing and is used as well as a back-office interface to control the application data. The Laravel packages handle the core of the application, the customer authentication, validation and customer in-app dashboard and tickets.
While it is a bit too soon to reveal the details about the application architecture, the support service itself is a monthly subscription based service.
More information coming soon about the Themosis Enterprise Support service. In the meantime, you can subscribe to our newsletter and be informed about the service release.
Feel free to comment below if you have any questions ! 😀