Recently, the announcement of Joomla! 3.4.1 done by the Joomla! Project and the Production Leadership Team. This latest release is one type of maintenance release for Joomla! 3.x series that addressed some of the important issues that found in 3.4.0 with content languages access and installing certain extensions.
Many of you don’t have an idea about what actually Joomla! 3.4 Release is. Some of the latest features are introduced by this release that come into the CMS like Google new reCaptcha, improved front end module editing, composer integration, decoupling of weblinks, and improvements by implementing UploadShield code that detect the most wicked uploads by checking their filenames and file contents.
Due to some technical reasons, the installation process of Web Service have had been disabled by Joomla team. Joomla team is working on it and get back online as soon as possible. Developers/users can use the Joomla! Extensions Directory for findings extensions.
This release came out with the help of more than 50 different volunteer contributors and about 150 bugs have been resolved. If you want to see list of fixed GitHub issues then click here.
If you are looking for some known issues with the 3.4.1 then check out the Version 3.4.1 FAQ in the documentation site.
New Installations: Download Joomla! 3.4.1 with Full package (Installation instructions and technical requirements)
Update Package: Download Joomla! 3.4.1 with Update package
Note: Please read the update instructions before updating. Ensure to clear your browser’s cache after upgrading.
How Joomla! Development can be helpful?
A lot of different ways are there through which you can easily involve with Joomla. No matter, whether you are a coder, an integrator or just a user of Joomla, you can easily contact the Joomla Community Development Manager, David Hurley in order to get more information about it or you can also get familiar Bug Squad.
In the Joomla development process, the Joomla! Bug Squad is considered as the most active teams, and it is always looking forward for people, who can help out in sorting bug reports, testing solutions and coding patches.
It is considered as an excellent way of boosting your work knowledge of Joomla, and the best way to get in touch with new people from across the world.
If you are looking forward for it or has an interest, you can read about us on the Joomla Documentation Wiki. You can send an emailRoland Dalmulder if you have wish to join.
Further, you are also able to help Joomla Development by regarding all those people, who are involved in different areas of the process. For instance, last year more than 1000 bugs have been fixed by the Bug Squad. Moreover, this project also wanted to thank all the contributors, who have spent their time on preparing and submit the work to be included in Joomla! CMS & Framework.
If you are looking to update this release in your Joomla! Site then contact Perception System for more details. We have an experienced Joomla! development team, who complete your projects within given time and at your budget.