EasyBlog 5 Development Progress

EasyBlog 5 Development Progress

As most of you have already knew, EasyBlog 5 has become a part of the our daily routine. Balancing between development and support is very taxing for most of us after we introduced EasySocial last year.

 

Our primary goal during the development phase of EasyBlog 5 is to push it out as fast as we could so that we could focus on our other offerings. In fact, our initial planned release date for EasyBlog 5 is on November 2014. However, after tons of trial and errors,  we wouldn't want to release a half baked product simply because we were running out of time.

 

This time around, rather than spending our precious time creating videos or teasers (It's time consuming to record videos and voice over), I would just like to quickly wrap up some of the major changes which we have already added into EasyBlog 5 below:

 

User Experience Improvements

We have literally redesigned every user interface ground up, right from the setup screen up till the composer. This is to ensure that EasyBlog is up to date with the latest and coolest UI elements available today. The administration area has been overhauled and it allows you, as the site administrator, to quickly access all of the features within EasyBlog. Last but not least, responsive layouts on the back end allows you to manage the blog with your mobile devices. These are some of the screen shots of the installation screen and the administration area.

 

 

 

These are just some of the screen shots that I could quickly grab. On the front end, everything is refreshed and we have close to about 30 different themes now! It also has columns layout as well (Which will be raved about in the upcoming post by my colleague Justin!)

 

Performance Improvements

We have improved the performance of serving the blogs by building an internal caching mechanism which caches some of the most common sql queries. Apart from the query caches, we have also optimized our scripts and reduced closed to 20,000 lines of redundant / slimy / crappy codes! Expect that your EasyBlog powered site to have a speed improvement of up to 300%!

 

I wish there's a screen shot for this, I can't wait till you guys install it on your site!

 

The Composer, of course!

We were ambitious, in fact, too ambitious to begin with. Our initial idea was to build a simple composer which allows authors from the site to quickly draft the posts by dragging and dropping blocks into the composer area utilizing Redactor. It's tricky and tedious as we needed to customize Redactor to accommodate drag-n-drop behavior in the editor itself. Ask any programmer / software developer about this and they'll share the same pain that we went through. Despite all the hurdles, we continued to search for solutions and we finally managed to get it done right after rewriting the composer from scratch 5 times!

 

 

 

This time around, I will only be sharing some minor screen shots because the composer itself should be a separate post altogether. By the way, because of the heavy concentration and care needed towards the composer, we have decided to stop updating the EasyBlog 5 development page as we are unable to allocate enough time to complete the video series (We sincerely apologize about that!).

 

JSON API

We have been collaborating with the guys at Techjoomla and we have also included a JSON API which allows them to easily access posts and allows you to compose your blog post using their mobile app. The JSON API isn't just restricted to them but anyone could actually write a third party application to connect to the API.

 

Media Manager

Remember when we first released EasyBlog 3 and everyone was raving about the awesome looking media manager? Well, it's ancient now and we thought that since we are working on the composer, we would like to try to improvise on the media manager. The thought process isn't as simple as allowing authors to pick their media files but rather understanding what authors really need when it comes to media management.

We have restructured the media manager to allow authors to easily access and manage their media items! Each post would now contain it's own folder allowing you to easily filter media items that you used in respective posts accordingly.

 

 

 

Release Dates?

While you were reading the post, I am pretty sure that you have this question running on your mind and want an answer! We can't provide an exact timeline or timeframe at this point of time just in case there are some slight road blocks that may or may not appear but as I have been working and testing on it thoroughly, I would say that an Alpha release should be available soon!

 

Last but not least....

I personally would like to take this time to thank our awesome customers and supporters for being ever so understanding. I know this isn't easy for most of you but it isn't easy for us either as we need to also juggle between our support desk and our development too. I will personally work out on a benefit scheme with Justin, our Sales & Marketing Manager for our active customers.

I would also like to thank the awesome team at Stack Ideas for their dedication and efforts placed in EasyBlog 5! It's amazing to see what we have achieved!

 

P/S: These updates are only the tip of the iceberg. There's more to come and my colleague Justin, will be updating the blog as we progress. The team and I are really eager to show you more!

 

Hope you enjoyed this post, have fun while I get back to my coding cave now!

 

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Question: is Easyblog still loading that big amount of javascript and css files on frontend ?

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There will be changes to the way javascript and css files are loaded. Not everything will be loaded on the front end :)

But what you should pay more attention to is the loading times on EasyBlog 5. It is just amazing and I am pretty happy with the results too!

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Looking absolutely awesome guys!! Keep up the good work. No point rushing it - it's going to be a game changer, I know!

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  1.    Dave Parker

Thanks for understanding Dave!

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Can't wait!

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  1.    Justin

Yeah! We can't wait too! It's going to be revolutionary!

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great post. reads like a Steve Jobs presentation ;)

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Thanks Paul :)

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Looking really great "take the time to bake it right" ;)

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  1.    Finn Hyttel

Thanks Finn :)

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looking good ;) keep up the good work!

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Hello
Thanks for those news and the energy you are all putting in it

Is there something planned in frontend for filtering blog post on category view ? Using custom fields or tag ??

Could be really great for user experience. And let us doing a bit more than a classic blog.

Loic

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hello mark,

many thanks for your very informative blog post about EB5. i realy wished you've added it a bit earlier in the last year 2014 ;) that had avoid some frustrations about the emphasis and balancing between the development time of Easyblog and Easysocial. a good communication between stackideas and your customer are everything! anyway..best wishes to all of you into the coding cave. :) i read your blog post very carefully, specific the Composer and Media Manager Part. about some...

hello mark,

many thanks for your very informative blog post about EB5. i realy wished you've added it a bit earlier in the last year 2014 ;) that had avoid some frustrations about the emphasis and balancing between the development time of Easyblog and Easysocial. a good communication between stackideas and your customer are everything! anyway..best wishes to all of you into the coding cave. :) i read your blog post very carefully, specific the Composer and Media Manager Part. about some explanations i have some questions:

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Our initial idea was to build a simple composer which allows authors from the site to quickly draft the posts by dragging and dropping blocks into the composer area utilizing Redactor..Despite all the hurdles, we continued to search for solutions and we finally managed to get it done right after rewriting the composer from scratch 5 times!

wow 5 times from scratch:(..what a nightmare! How is now the Drag&Drop working in the current and final alpha version? users are still able to add Images and Image Gallery direct from predefined Block inside Composer?

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On the front end, everything is refreshed and we have close to about 30 different themes now! It also has columns layout as well
a lot of work..30 different themes! the question here is will my theme greenie still available in EB5 and is there also everything refreshed?

Finaly the 3 most important wishes i have on EB5 or 5.1 are..Remote Storage for Images (realy needed), a user friendly navigation between blog entrys (something like a Blogger timeline) and square preview Thumbs for Images. yes of course i have added everything to uservoice! :p

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  1.    René

Yep, it's definitely a nightmare but we are glad that we already have a work around for that. Yes, they will still be able to insert blocks and gallery into the composer

As for your feature requests, some might be include whilst some couldn't make it due to the fact that we have been focusing *a lot* on the composer area :)

Well, at least our priority right now is to get the composer up and running so you guys could test the usability of the composer.

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  1.    Mark

sounds like a happy Drag&Drop in EB5 Composer :) you forgot to answer my second question about theme greenie! ;)
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On the front end, everything is refreshed and we have close to about 30 different themes now! It also has columns layout as well
the question is will my theme greenie still available in EB5 and is there also everything refreshed?

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  1.    René

Yes, greenie will still be available with some minor refresh design on it :)

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Is there a way for me to "pause" my EasySocial subsciption until after you get all the EasyBlog stuff done?

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  1.    Buzzy

We are flexible and you can certainly write to us and we'll review this case by case. If you have already been utilizing our support, then it wouldn't be possible though since it wouldn't be fair on us :)

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Question! While designing EasyBlog 5, did you guys took the time to look at the forum and problems users where having with EasyBlog such as duplicate title, duplicate page description, and so on? I am just asking because I hate update to a newer version that brought with it the same problems that affected the previous version! Don't get me wrong, I love EasyBlog but sometimes, you have to hack the code and this is what I was talking about, not the CSS questions but times where your...

Question! While designing EasyBlog 5, did you guys took the time to look at the forum and problems users where having with EasyBlog such as duplicate title, duplicate page description, and so on? I am just asking because I hate update to a newer version that brought with it the same problems that affected the previous version! Don't get me wrong, I love EasyBlog but sometimes, you have to hack the code and this is what I was talking about, not the CSS questions but times where your recommendation was to have the extension file(s).

Continue the great work and looking forward to trying EasyBlog5 soon!

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Since it's quite true that in any endeavor you only hit what you aim for, it's quite possibly the best thing for your innovation and excellence that, as you say:

We were ambitious
:) Great news all around: JSON API for anyone and your close work with Techjoomla is outstanding!

Media Manager / Content Manager

I wonder if we could see the same innovation on author media applied to author content? Authors able to easily access and manage their --- content items! Allow authors / site...

Since it's quite true that in any endeavor you only hit what you aim for, it's quite possibly the best thing for your innovation and excellence that, as you say:

We were ambitious
:) Great news all around: JSON API for anyone and your close work with Techjoomla is outstanding!

Media Manager / Content Manager

I wonder if we could see the same innovation on author media applied to author content? Authors able to easily access and manage their --- content items! Allow authors / site admins to make content items that can be filtered for selection/inclusion in the post. Example use cases:


  • Mountain Climbing site provides template content for preparing blog entries on hikes attended by members[/*]
  • School / Teacher site provides content items for students developing their assignments [/*]
  • Store site provides content items for members writing about their products for sale[/*]
  • Media site provides review items for blogs written to review all things media[/*]
  • Joomla extension site provides content items about 3rd-parties that use or integrate with the extension[/*]


Simple version would just be something akin to a content snippet, boiler plate, or template. If the snippet could contain anything created by the composer, that would be rich.

A more advanced version could open-up for perhaps incorporating Profile Custom Variables within the content so blogs could be dynamically personalized to the blog reader if logged in, and fallback-value provided for non-logged in users.

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Looking very good Mark.
You and the rest of the StackIdeas team deserve a good holiday after you get EasyBlog 5 out the door.

Question?

1. Will it be easy to add new Block Types into the EB 5 composer?

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  1.    Randall McCallum

Good Question Randal:)
@mark will Site Admin be able to create different Default Layouts in Composer for Usertypes via ACL? Can we show/hide everything in Composer, including Block ,Media Manager Options, statistics or whatever with ACL Rules to get a simple or a enhanced Composer Layout?

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  1.    Randall McCallum

We have plans to extend this in the future by creating "block apps" but right now, we are focusing on getting the base out as soon as we can :)

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  1.    Mark

hi Mark, i'm sorry but i have to ask again..

1. is it possible to create different Composer Profile for Usertypes with ACL?
2. can we show/hide inside Composer Profile a single function..for example "Code" in Block > Elements or "Table" in Block > Layout with ACL?
3. can i show/hide settings in the right Bar with ACL?

there are a lot of showed for "Super User" and Most of them is not needed for Registered or Author! how flexible is the Composer with ACL?

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Besides the media manager, especially looking forward to what template support you guys will add... and glad you don't want to make it a good product but a great one... :)
If in the interim you guys could reveal some of that .. might be keeping us interested... and curious :) But don't let it take away to much of your coding time :)

Regards!

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Will EB5 be installed as an update to the previous EB version or will it install as a new component?

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  1.    Update or new component?

Updating to EasyBlog 5 requires an installation just like how you upgrade any major versions of EasyBlog :)

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In the Future I hope EasyBlog 5 will support Saved Blog Styles:

1. Saved Blog Styles that can be opened to quickly create a blog based on a Saved Blog Style.

Do you ever go to all the trouble of finding just the right indent, font, or spacing to use in your text and content copy in EasyBlog, just to find that you have to apply those attributes a hundred times to complete your blogging for the day?

Wouldn’t it be nice just to open a favorite Blog Style, and just have to change the text...

In the Future I hope EasyBlog 5 will support Saved Blog Styles:

1. Saved Blog Styles that can be opened to quickly create a blog based on a Saved Blog Style.

Do you ever go to all the trouble of finding just the right indent, font, or spacing to use in your text and content copy in EasyBlog, just to find that you have to apply those attributes a hundred times to complete your blogging for the day?

Wouldn’t it be nice just to open a favorite Blog Style, and just have to change the text copy, an image or two, and change the video to get the blog entry you want?

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  1.    Randall McCallum

If EB5 had a "content manager" like the "media manager" (see my post above), then you'd have what amounts to "Saved Blog Styles", but you could take advantage of:


  • blog categories as depicted in Mark's attached image for the Media Manager so that if you were drafting a meeting note in the "Chamber of Commerce" blog category you'd be presented with all the available templates (a/k/a "Content Manager elements") to use to help create those notes in the blog[/*]
  • make available Profile Custom...

If EB5 had a "content manager" like the "media manager" (see my post above), then you'd have what amounts to "Saved Blog Styles", but you could take advantage of:


  • blog categories as depicted in Mark's attached image for the Media Manager so that if you were drafting a meeting note in the "Chamber of Commerce" blog category you'd be presented with all the available templates (a/k/a "Content Manager elements") to use to help create those notes in the blog[/*]
  • make available Profile Custom Variables so blog authors could personalize Content Manager elements to the individual or profile type viewing the blog. For example, the "Meeting Minutes Type A" content element could contain a simple tag such as [FIRSTNAME] and when used by the blog author EB5 would us HTML5 data elements to swap out [FIRSTNAME] with the users profile custom variable that had the unique-key FIRSTNAME[/*]

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  1.    Randall McCallum

Yep, there will be blog templates where you could save the layout of your post. When firing up the composer, you can just load up an existing template and continue from there ;)

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  1.    Mark

@mark
sorry, but im little confused about your comment "there will be blog templates where you could save the layout of your post. When firing up the composer, you can just load up an existing template and continue from there ;)"

what do you mean with "firing up the Composer" can you make a precise example!? Can admin assign to every User/ Blogger the same pre defined Default Layout?

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  1.    René

Oh well, since you asked and I think I shouldn't be hiding this any longer, take a look at this snippet http://screen.stackideas.com/2015-01-21_0032.png

P/S: This is highly experimental and it may / may not look the same as the final product later!

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  1.    Mark

thanks for your insights into your experimantal Lab ;) just missing a Travel Template in your conception!:p what about the current composer alpha? >> can we here create/assign to every User/Blogger the same pre defined Default Composer Blocks/Layout?

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  1.    Mark

That is looking awesome no matter what the final look n feel the concept is perfect.

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  1.    Mark

Yes, as the site admin you can create pre-defined templates that can be used sitewide. Alternatively, your authors can also create their own which is only usable by themselves.

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Perhaps consider Amazon S3 integration for storing all Blog photos. A long awaiting and desired feature.

Thoughts?

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Yep, it's actually in our radar but not sure if we could get this out on time. If it cannot be included in the first release, we might add it in later :)

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  1.    Mark

thanks Mark! yes please add S3 Ingeration asap, because without Remote Storage i can't someday not longer provide the Image Upload to my User! it's simply to expensive if we have all these uploaded Images on Hosting Server!

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  1.    René

Rene,

We'll try our best but right now our primary goal is to get this composer to be ready to roll :)

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wow!

I am impressed!!!

You guys are doing a great job...

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  1.    checksum

Thank you checksum, it's comments like this that keeps us going! We need more motivation :)

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Great job guys!!
I am curious to see the final version.

One little question: do you have improved the multilingual support? For instance, multilingual categories are more than welcome !!

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  1.    T.W. van Urk

Yes, multiple language categories will be included in EasyBlog 5 :) You could imagine the number of SQL queries we had to rewrite to add this new addition!

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  1.    Mark

Thanks Mark.
You make me just more happy!

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Hey Mark,

Looking forward to this one, will certainly change the mind of those on Linked-In who think that the core blog features of Joomla! are enought ;)
Looking at what is planned, and correctly implemented, I think this will help us make a dent in Wordpress market penetration also.
In the meantime I will continue with what we have at present although can't help feeling like I am only working half backed atm lol!

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  1.    Jeff Wilson

Thank you Jeff! This is exactly why we've spent so much time working on the composer! We need to get this right and the experience will definitely be incredible!

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Looking great guys, congrats

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  1.    Juan D.

Thanks Juan!

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Please, pretty please add update support for the Joomal updater! We'd love to have EasyBlog updates in Watchful (finally...).

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Would be great if the Media Manager somehow hooked into ES 1.4 videos (whatever that will look like) so that those individual videos or playlists could be incorporated into the individual blog or blog template...

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  1.    Eileen O'Donnell

Yes, it would be when videos is added into ES1.4 :)

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What happened to easyblog 4

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  1.    Jellyweb

We have actually skipped 4 and sticked with 5 instead since this is a huge change.

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  1.    Jan

Thanks for the input on this Jan! We'll explore into this only after we have more time :) Our priority is on the main UI where your authors would be able to use this awesome interface to craft their awesome blog posts!

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  1.    Mark

Perfect :) Thanks Mark!
Awesome job!

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  1.    Jan

You are most welcome Jan :)

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(?) version 4 a victim of Tetraphobia: It is a superstition most common in East Asian and Southeast Asian regions such as China, Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia, Japan, Korea and Vietnam.[3]

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tetraphobia

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Haha, not really Paul. We just thought that the number 5 looks cooler than 4 :p and it rhymes when we were producing those videos. After all, 5 > 4 :p

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So are you saying that you'll wear the 49rs jacket?

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Yep, I definitely would :p

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Does EasyBlog 5 have social integrations with Google Plus? Ideally allowing for a person to have their blog posts automatically pushed to Google +.

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  1.    Eric Vasbinder

Eric,

Unfortunately we have tried this and we've even tried this for 3 times just to be sure that we didn't do anything wrong but Google+ does not allow this to happen unfortunately :(

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Looks amazing guys. Keep up the good work, you are trend-setter in the entire joomla world. ;)
Mark, i have some questions regading EB built-in comments:
1. Did you guys make any improvement on built-in comment system for the EB 5 ?
2. Any surprises like comments attachments, EasySocial @mentions ... and hidden gems ? :p

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  1.    Mist

you can use #tag and @user in the comment form: http://screen.stackideas.com/2015-01-13_2325.png
from here

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  1.    Eileen O'Donnell

Right, but that's only if you use EasySocial Comment integration into EasyBlog. By not using the default builtin comment or Komento, there will be no stream item generated into EasySocial when posting a new comment in EasyBlog.

1. Komento it's a little bit overkill since it will load it's own CSS, templates, javascript files but it has some features that i need like attachments but have much more stuff that i don't need.
2. EasySocial Comments have the @mentions feature but no attachments
3....

Right, but that's only if you use EasySocial Comment integration into EasyBlog. By not using the default builtin comment or Komento, there will be no stream item generated into EasySocial when posting a new comment in EasyBlog.

1. Komento it's a little bit overkill since it will load it's own CSS, templates, javascript files but it has some features that i need like attachments but have much more stuff that i don't need.
2. EasySocial Comments have the @mentions feature but no attachments
3. Easyblog built-in comment system have none of the above

I need a basic EB comment system with just attachments, good performance (comments pagination and so on) and full EasySocial integration (that means also @mentions)

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  1.    Mist

(comments pagination and so on)
Read more Button and Sort by: Oldest First or Latest First would be a very usefull and needed Feature for the build in Default EB Comments system!:)

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  1.    Mist

Thanks for the compliments Mist. Please find the response to your inquiries below:


1. Did you guys make any improvement on built-in comment system for the EB 5 ?

Yes, however these are mostly in terms of User Experience rather than new features.


2. Any surprises like comments attachments, EasySocial @mentions ... and hidden gems ?

Nope, unfortunately we can't be adding @mentions or #hashtags support within EasyBlog because the basic fundamentals in EasyBlog doesn't have a "profile"...

Thanks for the compliments Mist. Please find the response to your inquiries below:


1. Did you guys make any improvement on built-in comment system for the EB 5 ?

Yes, however these are mostly in terms of User Experience rather than new features.


2. Any surprises like comments attachments, EasySocial @mentions ... and hidden gems ?

Nope, unfortunately we can't be adding @mentions or #hashtags support within EasyBlog because the basic fundamentals in EasyBlog doesn't have a "profile" functionality. It's purely used by authors on the site.

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hey mark, i need more planning reliability from stackideas! what did you think about a Closer Look at EB 5 Alpha? :p where we are with EB 5 NEXT and when we go to start? and please do not say soon if it's not soon! ;)

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I was a great coverage of some of the neat features, but sometimes I think it is better being kept in the dark as looking at these just creates an urge to get your hands on it sooner. Looking really great guys and can't wait to trial. A well deserved well done to everyone so far.
Cheers
Jeff

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  1.    Jeff Wilson

Thanks Jeff. We're pushing to get this out real quick! :D

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hi mark, i'm extremely ready for the awesome EB 5 Alpha :p so please give me some easyblog zip file bones, because i'm realy hungry!:)

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  1.    René

Hi Rene! Woahhh, I wish I can give to you (and the rest of the users) now, but let us really ensure everything is up and running and get the internal team to check it first before we release it to public, ya? :p

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OK the suspense is killing me. I cannot do it to them any longer Mark and Ahmad. I just cannot wait until April 1st to spring the "April Fools!!!!" For those of you not in on the secret, several of us have been using EasyBlog 5 for months now. It is truly awesome. Way beyond your wildest dreams. Not only is it functionally superior to everything else but my SEO scores have essentially tripled with zero extra effort.

Ha Ha! April Fools! Now you guys can start to use it too... Best...

OK the suspense is killing me. I cannot do it to them any longer Mark and Ahmad. I just cannot wait until April 1st to spring the "April Fools!!!!" For those of you not in on the secret, several of us have been using EasyBlog 5 for months now. It is truly awesome. Way beyond your wildest dreams. Not only is it functionally superior to everything else but my SEO scores have essentially tripled with zero extra effort.

Ha Ha! April Fools! Now you guys can start to use it too... Best joke ever right?

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