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Which Is Good To Go With - 3.5.3 Or 3.6 Beta - For A New Project?


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If we were to start a new project now would you recommend to go with 3.5.3 or 3.6 Beta taking into consideration it would take us some time (one or couple months) to polish everything before going to production? Is 3.6 Beta functional and stable enough? When its final version would be released?

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3.5.3, and then when 3.6.0 is out upgrade to it. All Blesta's Betas are stable enough for production we've been doing it since 3.0.0.

 

Thanks for prompt reply.

 

Well, if it is stable enough for production then we would start building 3.6.0 just to avoid an upgrade hassle. However, does 3.6.0 have enough plugins/modules, etc? I really haven't figured out if plugins/modules are bound to/dependant on Blesta versions or not. Would components for 3.5.x work for 3.6 or we have to wait until all plugins/modules also are upgraded?

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Thanks for prompt reply.

 

Well, if it is stable enough for production then we would start building 3.6.0 just to avoid an upgrade hassle. However, does 3.6.0 have enough plugins/modules, etc? I really haven't figured out if plugins/modules are bound to/dependant on Blesta versions or not. Would components for 3.5.x work for 3.6 or we have to wait until all plugins/modules also are upgraded?

 

Blesta 3.6.0 is in Beta so you get all the files which are available in Blesta. 3.6.0 does have a few new things like plugins / gateways you can find out more here: https://docs.blesta.com/display/support/3.6.0

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Extensions like modules, plugins, gateways, etc. are independent of Blesta version, so they can work with newer and older versions (depending on feature additions). Incompatibilities arise when Blesta updates the module, gateway, or plugin system that extensions must use. But this would not happen until a major release (e.g. 4.0.0, 5.0.0, etc.)

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