JoomDev decide recently & shockingly to go back, after many years, to be a service company????
I thank JoomDev for, at least, releasing Astroid as a public domain software to the community.
I still don’t understand why they didn't keep the jewel that Astroid is (if you compare it to the other Joomla frameworks).
I work with Joomla from the 1.5 eras and I test for the last 3 years all the big Joomla Framework Name to replace my trusted RocketTheme (for 12 years) that wasn’t responding anymore to what I demand of a Joomla Framework. As a result of these 3 years of deep testing, I find Astroid to be the most modern & flexible Joomla framework today, from far.
The good news is that multiple people and firms seem to think like me and refuse to let Go.
Read This —> https://issueexplorer.com/issue/joomdev ... mework/231
Astroid seem to power now more than 20 templates at https://www.templaza.com
• They even fork the project on Github at https://github.com/templaza/astroid-framework
• They also update the framework and templates zero & one to be compatible with Joomla 4
They are now at version 2.5.11 - Releases & changelogs here—> https://github.com/templaza/astroid-framework/releases.
You can read Templaza blog post on the revival of Astroid —> https://www.templaza.com/blog/important ... ework.html
Other Devs interested:
If you really care about Astroid, please participate, get involved
Now, a quote from Sonny from Templaza
Hi Joomler friends,
I am Sonny from TemPlaza.com.
I have been working with Astroid Framework, since May 2019.
I discussed with Naveen and Chaten about this framework. And we go ahead to take care of Astroid.
We have 20+ templates based on Astroid. You can check them here https://www.templaza.com/joomla-templates.html
Everyone who want to update/continue with Astroid can download framework at https://github.com/templaza/astroid-framework
We updated it to v2.5.5 with Bootstrap 5.
All of you are welcome. Joomlers Greets, Sonny