Catering for everyone from beginners and hobbyists, to implementers and developers, Australian Joomla User Groups have been delivering informative and educational sessions on dozens of Joomla topics since 2008. Our recent switch to online meetings due to COVID-19 has expanded the reach of presenters and enabled a more diverse audience, with visitors now joining each month from around the globe.
Our main monthly AVJUG is on the 3rd Tuesday each month at 6pm AEST (UTC 0800) and announced via JoomlaAU, Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney Meetup groups, our JoomlaAU social media, and in the Joomla Australia Newsletter.
If you would like to suggest topics or volunteer to present, joining the JoomlaAU Meetup and send us a message. You can watch previous session replays below, as well as watch for upcoming events when they're announced.
This month Stuart Robertson will take a closer look at J2Store and some other Joomla ECommerce solutions.
After recently testing some of Joomla 4's new features relating to improving Google Lighthouse scores, Patrick Jackson found several easy tweaks you can make on your Joomla website to get to a point where you can see 100's across the lighthouse score categories.
In February we explored Bootstrap 5 with a talk from our friend Vladimir Roudakov (Tomato Elephant Studio)
In January Stuart Robertson walked the group through installing a Joomla 4 site from scratch.
Got a service to sell? Access to software support? Perhaps a training course to give time limited access to students? This month Nathan Morrow demonstrates how to manage membership subscriptions in Joomla with JoomDonation's Membership Pro component.
Tim Plummer from the Sydney JUG takes us through how to use Joomla 4 Workflow in a custom application built using only Joomla 4 core features.
Taking Joomla further by creating your own overrides including Custom Fields
Continuing our page builder series, Russell Searle this month covers the recent improvements to YOOTheme Pro 2.0.
Revisit our May 19 Australian Virtual JUG with James Ashworth from the Melbourne JUG. James explains how hosting with Amazon Web Services works.