Redux Framework 3.3.0 Released – “Need for Speed”

It’s with great pleasure that we introduce the release of Redux 3.3.0 A.K.A. “Need for Speed.”

We began with a rewrite of our typography field, specifically the way in which Google Fonts are loaded. There are dozens upon dozens of them! When devs add multiple Typography fields in their panel, the user experience (load time) becomes quite poor. We’re pleased to say this issue has been solved with this release. Thanks to the efforts of our main man Kevin, the typography field has be reworked to be much more efficient.

In addition, we’ve found a many bugs, fixed some core design issues, added feature requested, and taken Redux to yet another level of stability, all while improving the overall feature set.

To tie into all these improvements – and if you didn’t already know – the Redux Builder now gives you the option of creating custom builds of Redux with only the fields you specify! The building process has become much more modular, allowing us to providing these great new tools to you so you may lower the footprint of your embedded Redux. 😉

As it currently stands, Redux 3.3.0 is the MOST STABLE version of Redux ever. The issues reported to us have become very, very basic. More often than not, we see more feature requests than bugs.

Now is the time to upgrade Redux Framework your themes. Your users will thank you. We thank you.

It’s been a great year thus far, and we look forward to more.

Finally, in case you’ve not heard or seen it, you REALLY need to check out http://wpdemo.io, especially if you’re a developer and want to show-off what your product can do.

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4 Comments
  1. aamer shahzad

    Thank you for releasing the “Need for Speed” version of redux framework and adding the feature requests. you people are doing great job. I am going to dive into the newer version now 🙂

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  2. WPExplorer

    The builder is awesome. I removed about 60% of the types because they were unused. Looks like I got down to 4.7 seconds from 5.6secs. Still seems really slow though (these are speeds on localhost).

    Anyone willing to help me troubleshoot why it’s so slow I’ll pay $100 for every second you can trim off loading time 😉

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    1. Marush

      Challange accepted!

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      1. reduxframework

        Hehe. Already resolved. 😛

        Reply

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