Articles about: #AVJUG
Stuart Robertson of OPN 365 will guide us through the basic setup and operation of "Alter Reports" which is a great data reporting and extract component for Joomla 3.x and 4.x. He will run through some typical reporting scenarios and explore the full functionality of this must have tool for your
Joomla 4 RC was released at the start of June, and so it's now time to start looking at whether it's the Joomla version you should begin considering for future website development.
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.
Revisit the April Australian Virtual JUG on Youtube. Robert Fairhead will take us through decisions he made on setting up two sites on two different blog platforms and how he set about populating blog posts. He'll reveal the challenges he faced, especially recently with comments.
Local Joomla User Groups (JUGs) are a great way to meet new people, get help with a project or share your own knowledge with other Joomla users. There are many JUGs around Australia - some a little more active than others - full of enthusiastic people willing to share their experience and