Joomla, the Java-based platform used to manage web and mobile apps, has introduced a new template tool that allows developers to easily create their own custom templates.
The new tool, which is available in the Joomlas T3 template editor, lets developers create simple, clean and powerful templates, and then share them with others.
Users can create templates in the T3 editor by choosing a theme, a logo, a tag, and a caption.
The template editor also includes a template builder that lets users build templates from a variety of template styles.
The team at Joomala said the new tool is part of the company’s strategy to improve the design and user experience of its platform, which has been in the making for more than a year.
“The idea is to create a single platform that’s both simple and efficient for all developers,” Joomlala’s team said in a blog post.
“We’ve always wanted to make our platform the most attractive and easy to use on the web.”
Joomla has been working on the Joomsi platform for more years than many other companies.
The company announced in December 2015 that it had raised $10 million to help it expand into mobile and web development.