Today we released Pods 2.5 on WordPress.org. This release encompasses a large number of bug fixes and performance updates from the Pods team and Pods community. This release introduces no new features, it is simply less buggy and more performant than Pods 2.5. The new version, which is fully tested with WordPress 4.1, is available via our WordPress.org […]View Post
Pods Deploy, a new plugin for copying Pods Configurations from one site to another via the WordPress REST API, is now in public beta.View Post
We recently announced that we will be holding our first PodsCamp in Ft. Worth, Texas on October 3, 2014. PodsCamp is like a WordCamp, but focused on Pods. It will be an opportunity to spend a day focused on using the Pods Framework to create great websites and web apps and connect with the Pods team. […]View Post
In order to prevent the possibility of untrusted user passing potentially malicious data into the WordPress database, recent versions of Pods introduced several constants, which by default disable potentially dangerous usage. Some of these usages are common usage. When they are only available to trusted users they may be perfectly fine to use. This post […]View Post
As hopefully, all of you know, since our last update we discovered, fixed and disclosed a major security issue. We’d like to thank everyone who helped us get the word out, including Post Sta.us, WPTavern, WPEngine, GoDaddy and MediaTemple. Also, we’d like to thank everyone who has been so supportive of us during this process. The overwhelmingly positive […]View Post
Dear Pods Users and Developers – We’ve discovered a security vulnerability in Pods that affects all versions of 2.0 and later. The vulnerability affects those using the Extended Users feature, and in certain situation allows unauthorized creation of new users. The vulnerability has been patched in version 2.4.2 and all previous versions of Pods 2.x. […]View Post security
Today we released Pods 2.4.2, which is an important security update after a security issue concerning Pods Forms was brought to our attention by a Pods user today. We recommend all Pods 2.x installations be updated to Pods 2.4.2 to fix a noncing issue with form saving. You can download this update via the plugin updater […]View Post
Today we are releasing an update to Pods, version 2.4.1, an update to the Pods add-on plugin Pods Frontier Auto Template, version 1.1 and releasing a new add-on plugin Pods AJAX Views. You can download each of them from WordPress.org today. As always, these plugins are offered at no cost, and under the terms of […]View Post
Here at Pods, we’ve been hard at work on Pods 3.0, as well as improving our Pods plugins and working on an exciting new way to document Pods or any WordPress plugin. We’d like to tell you about some updates to our documentation, our add-on plugins, including an exciting new one, and let you know about the latest improvements to Pods itself.
This is the first of what will be regular bi-weekly updates from Pods. We’ll be letting you know about updates to Pods, Pods add-on plugins, tutorials and documentation as well as highlighting cool sites built with Pods and cool tips for using Pods. If you’d like to get these updates in your email you can sign up here.
Today we released a beta version of a plugin that implements the WordPress REST API plugin WP-API for Pods. Our new plugin, PODS JSON API adds new end points that allow access to various methods in the Pods and Pods API classes when using WP-API. This plugin may be merged into Pods itself in the future […]View Post beta releases, releases