Switching from Redux to our Own Framework

welaunch framework

Since 4 years we used the Redux Framework plugin to create solid state admin panels for all our plugins. But with latest version 4.0 many things have changed, that we do not agree with. That is why we created our own “weLaunch Framework”.

Why did we create our own Framework?

  1. Redux added Gutenberg templates, that we do not need
  2. There was an extensive app tracking implemented by Appsero
  3. Performance & Maintenance
  4. Auto updates via own license management

What does that mean for me?

  1. You no longer need Redux Framework plugin
  2. You will no longer be tracked / annoyed by Redux messages
  3. You will be more GDPR compliant
  4. You will receive auto updates after adding your licenses

What do I have to do now?

There are 2 options, where you can now decide what you want to do:

  1. You Keep the Redux Framework plugin
  2. You Delete Redux, Install our WeLaunch Framework plugin from here

Maybe you like the offers Redux makes with their own templates. Then you simply keep it and nothing will change.

3 thoughts on “Switching from Redux to our Own Framework

  1. Guilherme says:

    Hi guys good morning.
    Your new framework will be installed automatically with the plugin in future updates or for every website, do we need to install it manually?

    Do sites using the Elements Envato license need it too?


    • Daniel Barenkamp says:

      You will need to install it manually once. It ships within all plugins or can be downloaded with above link.

  2. Juned Mohammed says:

    Congratulations for the Framework. It’s really nice. I saw it today and immediately started using it.

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