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4th of September 2018
September 2018 Newsletter

3 months ago you told us what your biggest wishes are for Backpack improvements. I’m proud to say in August we've finished 2 of your top 5 wishes. And beautifully so: Brand new documentation - waaay better wording, structure, search; more examples and images; plus, you can now help make the docs better with PRs on Github; we've spend a lot of time on this, but we know you’ll appreciate it; Bul...

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25th of August 2018
What's Next for Backpack - August 2018

About the elephant in the room (no, not the PHP elephant). Nova coming out does not mean Backpack is going away. That's crazy-talk :-). I'll try to be as short as possible here, I'll just answer the things I've been asked multiple times. Backpack will definitely support Laravel 5.7. People have already used them together, and they say there are zero breaking changes for us. There's even a PR for i...

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10th of July 2018
July 2018 Newsletter Is Out (Issue #19)

We have this habit of sending an email every month to our users, detailing what's happened in Backpack in the past month. It keep us accountable. We've just published the Newsletter for July 2018. Check it out to see the many many improvements we've done to CRUD this past month.

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22nd of May 2018
We're giving away a free Laracon US 2018 ticket

If you’ve been dying to go to Laracon US 2018 and don’t have a ticket yet, well... it has been sold out for a while now. But we have good news - we have a ticket, can’t come, and will be giving it away, for free. So if you can be in Chicago between 25-25 July 2018 and want to join the fun & learning, you’re in luck. This is probably the last chance to get a seat at Laracon US 2018. We don’t li...

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13th of February 2018
Github probots to the rescue!!

Starting today, we're using a bunch of Github Probots, to help with issue & PR management. Here's a list of all the the features we now have, from our friendly backpack robot (I called him Justin Case... get it? just. in. case... pff, never mind). auto-reply to a user’s first issue, to double-check it's a bug and not a support request; auto-reply to a user’s first PR, to let him know it might...

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25th of January 2018
Getting Started Email Series

If you haven't had time to go through all Backpack features yet, we've just launched something you might like: a free 5-day email course, which will take you through everything Backpack. In just 5 minutes a day, for the next 5 days, you'll get to know everything you need to know to build admin panels faster and better. I heavily recommend subscribing for the Getting Started emails to everybody who...

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