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  • Joomla! 1.5 to 1.6 Migration

    1. 1. J! 1.5 to 1.6 MigrationJoomla! Day New England 2011
    2. 2. Upgrade vs. Migration UPGRADE MIGRATIONJ! 1.5 To 1.6 Migration | Joomla! Day New England 2011
    3. 3. Upgrade vs. Migration UPGRADE MIGRATION Updates/additions to functionalityJ! 1.5 To 1.6 Migration | Joomla! Day New England 2011
    4. 4. Upgrade vs. Migration UPGRADE MIGRATION Updates/additions to functionality Bug fixesJ! 1.5 To 1.6 Migration | Joomla! Day New England 2011
    5. 5. Upgrade vs. Migration UPGRADE MIGRATION Updates/additions to functionality Bug fixes Few changes to base systemJ! 1.5 To 1.6 Migration | Joomla! Day New England 2011
    6. 6. Upgrade vs. Migration UPGRADE MIGRATION Updates/additions to Changes to underlying functionality data structures Bug fixes Few changes to base systemJ! 1.5 To 1.6 Migration | Joomla! Day New England 2011
    7. 7. Upgrade vs. Migration UPGRADE MIGRATION Updates/additions to Changes to underlying functionality data structures Bug fixes Existing data must be Few changes to base converted to work in system new systemJ! 1.5 To 1.6 Migration | Joomla! Day New England 2011
    8. 8. Upgrade vs. Migration UPGRADE MIGRATION Updates/additions to Changes to underlying functionality data structures Bug fixes Existing data must be Few changes to base converted to work in system new system Basically, a completely new platformJ! 1.5 To 1.6 Migration | Joomla! Day New England 2011
    9. 9. Requirements Ch..Ch..Ch..Changes J! 1.5 J! 1.6 PHP 4.3 5.2 MySQL 3.23 5 Apache 1.3 2J! 1.5 To 1.6 Migration | Joomla! Day New England 2011
    10. 10. More things a-changin’J! 1.5 To 1.6 Migration | Joomla! Day New England 2011
    11. 11. More things a-changin’ Access ControlsJ! 1.5 To 1.6 Migration | Joomla! Day New England 2011
    12. 12. More things a-changin’ Access Controls One-click updates for J! core as well as 3rd party extensions (that support them)J! 1.5 To 1.6 Migration | Joomla! Day New England 2011
    13. 13. More things a-changin’ Access Controls One-click updates for J! core as well as 3rd party extensions (that support them) Better content hierarchy/organization (nested categories)J! 1.5 To 1.6 Migration | Joomla! Day New England 2011
    14. 14. More things a-changin’ Access Controls One-click updates for J! core as well as 3rd party extensions (that support them) Better content hierarchy/organization (nested categories) Modern CSS layouts (read: no tables, different CSS class names, etc)J! 1.5 To 1.6 Migration | Joomla! Day New England 2011
    15. 15. Watch Out for RoadblocksJ! 1.5 To 1.6 Migration | Joomla! Day New England 2011
    16. 16. Watch Out for Roadblocks No Legacy ModeJ! 1.5 To 1.6 Migration | Joomla! Day New England 2011
    17. 17. Watch Out for Roadblocks No Legacy Mode J! 1.0 Extensions will not workJ! 1.5 To 1.6 Migration | Joomla! Day New England 2011
    18. 18. Watch Out for Roadblocks No Legacy Mode J! 1.0 Extensions will not work J! 1.5 will need to be modified to function correctlyJ! 1.5 To 1.6 Migration | Joomla! Day New England 2011
    19. 19. Watch Out for Roadblocks No Legacy Mode J! 1.0 Extensions will not work J! 1.5 will need to be modified to function correctly Makes for less code/better performanceJ! 1.5 To 1.6 Migration | Joomla! Day New England 2011
    20. 20. Well, should I upgrade?J! 1.5 To 1.6 Migration | Joomla! Day New England 2011
    21. 21. Well, should I upgrade? Is your J! 1.5 site broken?J! 1.5 To 1.6 Migration | Joomla! Day New England 2011
    22. 22. Well, should I upgrade? Is your J! 1.5 site broken? Do you have a specific reason or is there a particular feature that you need?J! 1.5 To 1.6 Migration | Joomla! Day New England 2011
    23. 23. Well, should I upgrade? Is your J! 1.5 site broken? Do you have a specific reason or is there a particular feature that you need? Do your 3rd party extensions have migration paths?J! 1.5 To 1.6 Migration | Joomla! Day New England 2011
    24. 24. Well, should I upgrade? Is your J! 1.5 site broken? Do you have a specific reason or is there a particular feature that you need? Do your 3rd party extensions have migration paths? Do you have a compatible template?J! 1.5 To 1.6 Migration | Joomla! Day New England 2011
    25. 25. Well, should I upgrade? Is your J! 1.5 site broken? Do you have a specific reason or is there a particular feature that you need? Do your 3rd party extensions have migration paths? Do you have a compatible template? Have you stayed away from modifying core J! files?J! 1.5 To 1.6 Migration | Joomla! Day New England 2011
    26. 26. Still haven’t decided?J! 1.5 To 1.6 Migration | Joomla! Day New England 2011
    27. 27. Still haven’t decided? Is using young software (read: not as heavily tested or secured) acceptable to your organization?J! 1.5 To 1.6 Migration | Joomla! Day New England 2011
    28. 28. Still haven’t decided? Is using young software (read: not as heavily tested or secured) acceptable to your organization? Are you OK with a smaller collection of documentation?J! 1.5 To 1.6 Migration | Joomla! Day New England 2011
    29. 29. Still haven’t decided? Is using young software (read: not as heavily tested or secured) acceptable to your organization? Are you OK with a smaller collection of documentation? Do you need a solution before J! 1.7?J! 1.5 To 1.6 Migration | Joomla! Day New England 2011
    30. 30. Still haven’t decided? Is using young software (read: not as heavily tested or secured) acceptable to your organization? Are you OK with a smaller collection of documentation? Do you need a solution before J! 1.7? Do you also upgrade your iPhone/iPad/laptop every single time a new version is released?J! 1.5 To 1.6 Migration | Joomla! Day New England 2011
    31. 31. Save the date... (maybe) Release End of Life Joomla! 1.5 Jan 2008 Apr 2012 Joomla! 1.6 Jan 2011 Aug 2011 Joomla! 1.7 Jul 2011 Feb 2012 Joomla! 1.8 Jan 2012 LTSJ! 1.5 To 1.6 Migration | Joomla! Day New England 2011
    32. 32. What good is 1.6, then?J! 1.5 To 1.6 Migration | Joomla! Day New England 2011
    33. 33. What good is 1.6, then? As an intermediate step between J!1.5 and future versionsJ! 1.5 To 1.6 Migration | Joomla! Day New England 2011
    34. 34. What good is 1.6, then? As an intermediate step between J!1.5 and future versions Smaller codebaseJ! 1.5 To 1.6 Migration | Joomla! Day New England 2011
    35. 35. What good is 1.6, then? As an intermediate step between J!1.5 and future versions Smaller codebase Better performanceJ! 1.5 To 1.6 Migration | Joomla! Day New England 2011
    36. 36. What good is 1.6, then? As an intermediate step between J!1.5 and future versions Smaller codebase Better performance Good steps toward being database agnosticJ! 1.5 To 1.6 Migration | Joomla! Day New England 2011
    37. 37. What good is 1.6, then? As an intermediate step between J!1.5 and future versions Smaller codebase Better performance Good steps toward being database agnostic Improved (mostly) API’s for use by J! developersJ! 1.5 To 1.6 Migration | Joomla! Day New England 2011
    38. 38. What good is 1.6, then? As an intermediate step between J!1.5 and future versions Smaller codebase Better performance Good steps toward being database agnostic Improved (mostly) API’s for use by J! developers Not a bad choice for new development, especially if you are fairly experiencedJ! 1.5 To 1.6 Migration | Joomla! Day New England 2011
    39. 39. ChoicesJ! 1.5 To 1.6 Migration | Joomla! Day New England 2011
    40. 40. Choices Manual upgradeJ! 1.5 To 1.6 Migration | Joomla! Day New England 2011
    41. 41. Choices Manual upgrade Hire someoneJ! 1.5 To 1.6 Migration | Joomla! Day New England 2011
    42. 42. Choices Manual upgrade Hire someone Rebuild from scratchJ! 1.5 To 1.6 Migration | Joomla! Day New England 2011
    43. 43. Choices Manual upgrade Hire someone Rebuild from scratch jUpgrade componentJ! 1.5 To 1.6 Migration | Joomla! Day New England 2011
    44. 44. Choices Manual upgrade Hire someone Rebuild from scratch jUpgrade component WHATEVER DIRECTION YOU TAKE, BACKUP BACKUP BACKUP!J! 1.5 To 1.6 Migration | Joomla! Day New England 2011
    45. 45. jUpgradeJ! 1.5 To 1.6 Migration | Joomla! Day New England 2011
    46. 46. jUpgrade Install as a component on your J! 1.5 siteJ! 1.5 To 1.6 Migration | Joomla! Day New England 2011
    47. 47. jUpgrade Install as a component on your J! 1.5 site Downloads and sets up a J! 1.6 (or Molajo) install in a subfolder of your siteJ! 1.5 To 1.6 Migration | Joomla! Day New England 2011
    48. 48. jUpgrade Install as a component on your J! 1.5 site Downloads and sets up a J! 1.6 (or Molajo) install in a subfolder of your site Converts and migrates all the data from your core site components to the new 1.6 installationJ! 1.5 To 1.6 Migration | Joomla! Day New England 2011
    49. 49. jUpgrade Install as a component on your J! 1.5 site Downloads and sets up a J! 1.6 (or Molajo) install in a subfolder of your site Converts and migrates all the data from your core site components to the new 1.6 installation Does not work with 3rd party extensions (yet)J! 1.5 To 1.6 Migration | Joomla! Day New England 2011
    50. 50. Credits (blogs I plagiarized) http://docs.joomla.org/ Tutorial:Migrating_from_Joomla_1.5_to_Joomla_1.6#Backing_up_Your _Existing_1.5_Site http://cocoate.com/joomla-16-english/upgrade http://www.i-programmer.info/news/87-web-development/1820- joomla-16-is-here-upgrade.html http://www.compassdesigns.net/joomla-blog/should-i-use-joomla-16 http://joomlaedinburgh.com/index.php? option=com_zoo&task=item&item_id=30&category_id=51&Itemid=5 http://www.theartofjoomla.com/home/5-commentary/134-when- should-developers-upgrade-to-joomla-16.html http://www.joomlart.com/blog/news-updates/upgrade-to-joomla-16- or-stick-with-j15J! 1.5 To 1.6 Migration | Joomla! Day New England 2011
    51. 51. About Me BRIAN EDGERTON edgewebworks.com brian@edgewebworks.com @brian_edgertonJ! 1.5 To 1.6 Migration | Joomla! Day New England 2011

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