Hello Everyone! We’d like to announce that FreePBX 15 is now fully released! It has been a long road in getting things shored up with some of the new included functionality but we’re very excited that we’ve finally come to this moment. I’d like to take a moment to thank all of you who have
Month: October 2019
Hey, The last few blog posts we’ve done have been technical, so this week I’d like to take a step back from that and introduce you to some recent additions to the FreePBX team. As a company, we have been redoubling our investment into the FreePBX project, and it’s good from a community perspective to
As you’re probably already aware, we’re very close to the release of version 15 of FreePBX. One of my favorite new features in FreePBX is the GraphQL support that was added earlier this year. The support that was added for GraphQL makes it easier for external programs or systems to interact with a FreePBX system.
First, some history: we started development of the new backup and restore system in mid 2017. Some of the goals of that effort were to redesign the feature to allow for more simplicity, flexibility, and maintainability. Some of the major reasons it was decided to rewrite include: – There was no choice for backup on
Hey All, Before I get down to business, I’d like to introduce myself to you, as I don’t think I’ve had an opportunity to do so. My name is Matthew Fredrickson, and I’m the new FreePBX project lead at Sangoma. I began working at Sangoma as a part of the Digium acquisition and have had