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Our products work good on both joomla 2.5 and joomla 3.5 with one package for install.
The extensions was built and tested carefully with joomla 2.5 and 3.x so they work good on both version joomla.
Joomla 2.5 and joomla 3.x are so different:
1. Non-Responsive vs. Responsive
Yup, Joomla is now officially responsive – mobile device ready, due to the help of Bootstrap. The front-end will have the responsive built-in feature, the back-end also inherits this tweak. You will NOW officially be able to get your site under control even when you are ”on-the-go” with just a mobile device!
2. Without bootstrap vs. With bootstrap
The big word for Joomla 3.0 is Bootstrap. With basic CSS already integrated into Joomla 3.0, it is aiming for a much better UX for the end-user.
3. Non+ -LESS CSS vs. LESS CSS
LESS is a dynamic stylesheet language designed by Alexis Sellier and has recently been integrated into Joomla 3.0. The development of a template has significantly changed by the use of LESS. All the website templates and backend will include /less directory and template.less files. Those two are meant for importing both Bootstrap and JUI (less files and media/jui/less files). That enables the template designers to define which file should be applied to their template, and which one will be imported to the LESS JUI.
4. Without JUI vs. With JUI (for Extension Developers)
5. The Mambo days vs. the Great UX
No longer will you be bored with the old-fashioned interface, Joomla 3.0 did a major improvement on UX that would amaze and make all of us – the fans – fall in love all over again..
6. 7 steps vs. the faster 3 steps installation
Right off the bat, you will immediately feel the ”difference" in UI of the complete redesigned installation screen in Joomla 3.0. The installation process is now simplified in only 3 steps compared to the 7 steps procedure we had with joomla 2.5.
7. Article Manager interface: boring vs. polished
In the back-end, you’ll find a completely refreshing look and feel starting with the Article Manager which now includes a better organized filtering system with more options available, and better defined icons.
8. Guest user group: Manually creating as needed vs. Automatically available by default
Now you don’t need to bother creating a “guest” level group in Joomla 3.0. It is now available as default upon installation.
9. Non-responsive Front-end template vs. Responsive Front-end template
This new responsive minimal front-end template – Protostar – powered by Bootstrap that you’ll find to be versatile and it is simple to customize the template colors by taking advantage of the color picker. Google fonts are allowed in Protostar with a parameter for your heading tag (h1-h6) and site title. You can toggle on or off the parameter in deciding whether or not to use Google fonts for your site, meanwhile that means you are giving up a wide range selection of 500+ google fonts to choose from. Protostar also has a completely natively clean bootstrap customized grid-layout look, it sets a new standard for Joomla template itself.
10. The same old admin template vs. The slick admin template
Joomla 3.0 named its new administrator template after the Egyptian goddess Isis. Compared to the Bluestork administrator template in Joomla 2.5, Isis has been perceivably designed differently. Since the Isis template is built using the flexible Bootstrap grid layout, the administrator interface Isis is also responsive.
11. Template Beez3: Updated
If you would like the traditional look for the front end, an updated Beez3 template is the other template option which is still available.
12. Joomla Platform version 11.x vs. 12.x
The new Platform has removed numerous deprecated classes and methods from version 11.4. However, for extensions developers, your components would require reasonably small changes for compatibility with Joomla 3.0. It is advised to stop using deprecated classes as they are meant to be removed in a future version anyway. Several changes in extensions installation (usage of base tag in replacement for, stop supporting install/uninstall scripts, com_install/com_uninstall methods in promoting the usage of scriptfile instead, etc...), components (admin.*.php and toolbar.*.php are no longer supported), classes (renamed JFTP as JClientFtp, JLDAP as JClientLdap, JWebClient as JApplicationWebClient, removed and adjustment to number of classes), plugin events (onContentBeforeSave event receives $article by value not by reference as well as onContentAfterSave event), and etc... More details are listed at Joomla Documentation section.
13. Mootools vs. JQuery
14. Manual rearrangement vs. Drag & Drop feature
Thanks to JQuery, Joomla 3.0 finally supports a Drag & Drop sorting feature in the back-end.
15. Lower vs. Higher PHP/MySQL requirements
You must have PHP 5.3.1 and MySQL 5.1 or newer to get your Joomla 3.0 up and running while Joomla version 2.5.x only requires PHP 5.2.4 and MySQL 5.0.1.
16. Normal settings vs. Advanced module option
The advanced module settings allow you to modify:
- Module tag: to change the div in section
- Bootstrap size: changing Bootstrap span grid class
- Header tag: which aims for better SEO
- Header class: adds the Bootstrap class in the page header
- Module style: to inherit the Joomla installed template for the module styling.
17. Simple Pie vs. JFeed
Switch the feed management from SimplePie to JFeed to get rid of several existing strict error, due to the fact that Simple Pie has been quite old and no one has really done any update on its library for a while now. On the other hand, Simple Pie’s users are confronted with its crucial errors and lack of flexibility for the current version. This encourages Joomla 3.0 to step up with the use of Louis Landry's JFeed, which is claimed to be simple, extensible and native Joomla contribute to the enhancement of feeds generator in a better and powerful way that Simple Pie wouldn’t allow.
18. Non-supported vs. A new PostgreSQL driver is included
You are now able to run your Joomla 3.0 site using PostgreSQL database which further makes the platform ”database independence" for the very first time as it is only integrated with MySQL & SQL server by default.
19. Saving full-detailed articles vs. Saving blank articles
Surprisingly, Joomla 3.0 allows administrative users to create and save blank articles. This feature strives for support users to create articles with even images only and no text content as needed
20. Updated unit testing in CMS
Unit testing is aiming for testing small chunks of code (or we can call them units) on the lowest level possible, usually are methods without including any other classes or methods, to ensure those methods are working as expected. The old unit test was untouched sometimes between version 1.6 and 1.7 which suited the PHPUnit version 3.4. With the updating of CMS version Joomla 3.0 which requires the minimum of PHP 5.3.1 as a minimum version, the new unit test will be developed to prevent backward compatibility from being broken and other cases as necessary (e.g security problems). The Unit test has set its goal to automate the testing process and achieved 100% unit test coverage for the CMS library classes. Details on the phases of the unit testing for Joomla 3.0 can be found at Unit tests for CMS Working Group.
You can read more detail here: http://magazine.joomla.org/issues/issue-nov-2012/item/933-20-new-things-joomla25-vs-joomla30
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