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Joomla 4 has been released for testing and even it is still in development phase, we already see lots of new features and improvements. Joomla 4 will have better security system by requiring minimum PHP 7, using new technologies, removing deprecated functionalities … to help secure websites based on Joomla 4.

In this blog post, we will guide you how to secure your Joomla 4 website login using built-in 2 factor authentication system - this feature was firstly introduced in Joomla 3.2.0.

Joomla 4 is on the way of stable release since its alpha 2 version was release on 19th Dec 2017, Joomla 4 is long term support version - LTS, it is major release with many new features have been introduced so far and we can expect more on the stable release. Joomla 4 is developed using all the latest technologies and usability. In this blog post, we will discuss on the new features and improvements that would be available in Joomla 4 stable release.

Joomla 4 alpha download is available for testing. JoomlArt team have researched and got you some FAQs for your concerns about this new upgrades. We will keep posting new questions and answers frequently.

The next Joomla generation - Joomla 4 will make an end of Joomla 3x. Since the alpha version has sneaked out, we hope that the stable version would be released soon.

Joomla 4 will introduce new features, raise the minimum supported PHP version to PHP 7, Media Manager rebuilt as well as remove previously deprecated functionality. Joomla 4.0 uses Joomla! Framework 2.0 and new core User Interface based on Bootstrap 4.

Let me brief them in an infographic, which you can share with others to help spread the Joomla 4 news.

Great news for Joomla fans: Joomla 4 alpha has been released and the stable Joomla 4 would be released soon. Joomla 4 shows up with both user experience and code quality improvements such as: Framework 2.0, Bootstrap 4 integration, raise minimum supported PHP version to PHP 7, new media manager, back-end UI improvements, remove previously deprecated functionality and more is expected to give Joomla! large functionality improvements with limited backward compatibility breaks.