As requested by zKunenaLatest user burnstm, zLatest Articles matches the format and transitions of zKunenaLatest to provide a consistent User Experience for your visitors.
Most of the settings are similar to my zKunenaLatest module to control the look and behavior of this module. There are quite a few options to control which articles are shown.
UPDATED April 29 2013 ( v0.3)
UPDATED March 4 2013 ( v0.2B)
It has been a while since I posted an update here. In my last note, I spoke of Joomla! 1.7 as being nearly released and of updating this site to 1.7 when it was generally available. Well here we are now with the release of Joomla! 2.5.
I can now present this new site, better late than never I guess. I have updated to J!2.5 and rebuilt this template to make use of some of the new features. Also (and more significantly perhaps) I have migrated the Support Forum to Kunena 1.7x!
What's in a name?
OK, so there has been a bit of confusion about the Name I have chosen to release my Joomla! Extensions under... nZambi Ex.
Ex is easy; Extensions. nZambi? Well, the 'N' is silent... nZambi is pronounced zäm-bē, or to use a more contemporary term... Zombie! The mixed case representation (capitalizing the second letter) is my own stylization, as the word is usually a proper name and Capitalized on the first. Why nZambi?
With Kunena 2.0.2 being released, and both my Latest Posts modules finally updated to 2.0 as well, I have finally updated the Support Forum here to K2x. It took a bit of time to update my forum Templates for use with 2x, but I think it was worth the time. From this point forward, I will no longer be developing the K1.7 versions of any of my extensions but will concentrate on the Future. I have many additions in mind to advance the latest posts modules and a few ideas for new projects to extend Kunena.
Joomla 3.0 was also released this week! After a casual look through the code, I don't see the path for the Kunena Team to bring the forum to J!3 compatibility being an easy one. But I look forward to developing for the new J! framework...