Flownative Beach is made publicly available
Neos 4.0 and Flow 5.0 are released
After a herculean effort by the whole team in general and our Christian in particular (he was the release manager) another major release of Neos and Flow was done.
Read more about it in the release announcement.
Flownative is Premium sponsor of the Neos Conference (again)
The Neos Foundation CIC is incorporated
The Neos Foundation CIC is backing the Neos project as a legal entity. It serves as a central point to collect funding and finance various project activities. In addition it holds the projects assets, like trademarks and right to the logo.
Read the announcement and why a CIC was chosen.
Two years of Flownative
Another year has passed and Flownative is now two years old! We continued to solve issues in projects small and large, invested hundreds of hours into Neos and Flow. And we kept having fun! Which, we think, is good.
Neos 3.0 and Flow 4.0 are released
The two releases represent a major effort of the Neos community and are a reason to celebrate. Read more about it in the release announcement.
Flownative becomes a Neos Gold supporter
It was about time, so in April Flownative became a Gold subscription sponsor of the Neos project.
One year of Flownative
Flownative turns 1 in February. The year was a very motivating journey for us. And we dare to think we managed to help our customers a lot when it comes to delivering successful projects.
Neos 2.1 is released
Neos 2.1 is released in December 2015. It contains major new features, including shared workspaces, the possibility to have changes reviewed before publication and a vastly improved way of rendering and handling thumbnails for assets.
Neos 2.0 is released
In August Neos 2.0 is released. With this release and the contained features, improvements and bug fixes, Neos becomes a greatly matured CMS - or a Content Application Platform as we see it.
Flownative is founded
Karsten, Robert and Christian join forces and found Flownative. Venturing into unknown territory they combine their passion for code, the love for the community and the desire to foster adoption of Neos and Flow.
Neos 1.1 and 1.2 are released
During the year two more minor releases of Neos packed with features and bug fixes are done. In between some patch level releases are packaged as well.
The first stable version of Neos 1.0 is released
A number of release parties around the globe–including as far away as India–are organized in December to celebrate the release of the first stable Neos release ever done.
Along with it, the underlying framework is renamed to Flow with the release of version 2.0.
The first stable version of FLOW3 1.0 is released
Back then the framework is still named FLOW3, and in October the first stable version of it was released.
Christian joins the development team
Getting into the project in 2010 Christian instantly falls in love with the coding style and decides to join the team. Shortly afterwards becoming the Community Contact for the Neos team.
Karsten joins the development full time
After already having worked with Robert for years, Karsten takes the plunge and starts to work full time on the project. Backed by the TYPO3 Association both can fully focus on research and development.
Robert starts the Neos project from scratch
Following roughly a year of research into different programming languages and frameworks, from Smalltalk to Spring, Robert starts with the first bits of what will eventually become Flow and Neos.
Meeting in Kettrup Bjerge
Members of the TYPO3 core team meet in northern Denmark for a week of discussions around the future of the TYPO3 project. A plan is made to radically refactor TYPO3 into a new version.