Google announced yesterday that its Nextcloud 4.9 update is coming to Nextcloud Nextcloud will make changes to the way the cloud is built, with a new Nextcloud template engine and a new update to WhmCS.
“In addition to adding new features, the next version of Nextcloud is built on a modular architecture, which enables you to build an entire app and deliver it to the user at your leisure.
You can also customize and extend your existing app,” the company says in a blog post.
Google says it’s working on a new template engine that will enable the Nextcloud user base to choose from a range of templates to create their own applications.
“This means that you can now build a complete and modular Nextcloud application from scratch, without the need to build a custom framework from scratch,” the blog post adds.
Google’s Nextcloud project, which launched in March 2017, is a project that Google acquired a year ago, with the aim of bringing a modular approach to Next, as well as offering a variety of custom themes and other customizations to the service.
The company has also been pushing out other features, like a new user interface that will make it easier for users to navigate the Next cloud.
The Nextcloud team has said it’s also working on bringing custom extensions to Next and adding support for Google Now on the Next web-based voice assistant.
Google has also said that it will continue to offer custom templates for users.
“The next version is already being used to build many of our apps, and we’re already looking at how we can make this even more useful,” Google said in a statement.