Dropping Support for PostgreSQL

Adding a long-term support strategy for Ghost v0.11, and focusing on an all new, backwards-incompatible Ghost v1.0 has given us an exciting opportunity to fix some our biggest development pain points. PostgreSQL support was added organically by several contributors who showed up in the early days, raised bugs, fixed bugs, got a build… Read More

No more ruby dependency!!

It is with MUCH excitement that I write this post to declare that building Ghost no longer depends on ruby. That's right, you no longer have to have both node AND ruby on your development box to build or deploy Ghost. No more Gem files, no more bundler, no more bourbon. We don't have to… Read More

Hello Ember

Today we are announcing that the Ghost Admin UI is going to be rebuilt in Ember.js. For the past couple of weeks, there has been an epic discussion occuring on Ghost's GitHub. The idea is that we're looking to find the right tool with which to build the next iteration of the Ghost admin… Read More

Database Migrations

As we add new functions and features to Ghost, there's always the chance we need to add to or modify the database schema. This needs to be done in such a way that it doesn't impact our users... each change needs to be applied to every single user's database without effort or requiring any complex… Read More