Hi Jaymel, we don't have any security audits in place yet but we have developed Cofoundry with security in mind, e.g:
I'm actually working on some additional features in this area for the next release, such as configurable password complexity policies per user area.
Is there a particular aspect of security you're interested in?
thanks @snovak7 that would be really useful. For me an example would be that we did a site for a food product which had 8 locale variations. For us some of the tricky aspects were that some of the designs for the locales had to be very different and in some parts required very specific templates that were locale specific. For the product nutritional information the format was very specific to a locale for legal reasons which made it impossible to content manage - this had to be hard coded and updated by the dev team.
For routing we just used the format
example.com/en-gb, but we linked out to some sites that were managed by other local agencies under different domains e.g.
So for this site each locale had a different set of pages e.g.
/fr-be/nos-produits/. I've not worked on a site that used the same pages with simple translation of content regions but I presume it does happen.
Hi @HeyJoel I know you are super busy these days regarding the sponsoring condition you mentioned above, I hope you find a good partner soon and of course you are welcome anytime to ask the community for support, we're all supporting your project because it's really great.
if you got some time, I have an issue with working on admin panel on all mac machines both safari and chrome, it always shows "Uncaught ReferenceError: angular is not defined" errors in the console, I've tried to unbundle the shared files and it worked well but that was for trial purpose as every module throws its own bundles on runtime so I couldn't generalize this solution.
Thanks @moe-uxa, with regards to your issue, can you post that to our issue log? It sounds like a similar issue to what we might have seen before with using browser sync or application insights where the auto-injected code mangles our script tags, but I don't see any past issues relating to that, I'm pretty sure we were able to resolve the browser sync one at least.
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