Certainly, we are developing our modules for the new Joomla version to be ready by the time Joomla 4 is released.
As you already know, Joomla 4 contains incredible improvements. The most significant changes have been made to the Joomla 4 backend admin interface.
At the moment, we are testing the our modules on the latest Joomla 4 Beta5.
The hardest part we face is to adapt module interface to the new Joomla backend interface.
See how it look right now:
Tomorrow, 08/17/2021, Joomla 3.10 and 4.0 will be released.
On their website it says that there is the new version 1.10 of RAXO but not that it is already compatible with Joomla 4.0.
When can we expect and buy a compatible version for Joomla 4.0?
Where we are now?
The final stage of development and testing is in progress. The J4 version of the module is ready, tested, and works well.
Right now we are finalizing the script file responsible for updating old versions of the module.
We do that to make sure that the coming update will go smoothly for the clients who are using previous module versions.
We want to make the update process automatic, keeping the current settings of all your modules.
When to expect the release?
Within the next few days.
Right now we are preparing an announcement and soon you will see a release blog post with details.
A hint for those who can't wait:
The new version of the module is already available for purchase.
RAXO All-mode PRO J4.x v2.00
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I have an old subscription for RAXO All-mode PRO (J3), some layouts and I want to try for joomla j4 with my new site but I dont know the result of your works.
Need to buy it before?
For detailed information about the changes in the modules see Blog posts.
https://www.raxo.org/blog/155-release-r ... mla-4.html
If you want my opinion as a developer about RAXO All-mode PRO J4:
I do think the new module is really cool. It's more intuitive and convenient and in general better than the previous J3 module.
I definitely recommend migrating to Joomla 4 and start using the new J4 compatible RAXO modules.
We also did not forget about additional layouts for modules.
Most of them have already been updated, and the rest will also receive important updates soon.
https://www.raxo.org/blog/161-module-la ... e-v15.html
https://www.raxo.org/blog/160-additiona ... ack-1.html