Same to Joomla Category : http://themeforest.net/category/cms-themes/joomla
First items shows no sales but It already has 9 sales : http://themeforest.net/item/progressive-multipurpose-joomla-template/9795071
Also latest approved items not showing
Really glad to see Ruby and Rails Programmer as an Author.
Today I read this news : http://www.businessinsider.com/best-tech-skills-resume-ranked-salary-2014-11
The highest salary in USA among the programming language : 1. Ruby on Rails – $109,460
Is there chance that themeforest will add RoR applications to sell? I love making apps in Rails, Themeforest is build on RoR … why not make such section?
I mailed to ShaneFreer (Envato Team)
He replied with the following answer
It’s taking a bit longer to choose the winners for this one. Winners will be announced soon.
I think at first create a good design with clear concept then start coding. Wish you best of luck
In my opinion (I might have problems for saying this on Themeforest ), Wordpress in not better than Joomla, it is just more popular. And no, being more popular does not automatically mean being better, it basically means better marketing I might be wrong, but this is what I think
This November is pretty good for me
Dnp_theme saidI think from Joomla 3.3 it grows rapidly. I also think the development time is so fast than any other CMS
So aside the major drawbacks I mentioned, Joomla 2.5 and Joomla 3.x still come packed with great features, better security, I still consider developing templates and extensions in the future (currently developing for Wordpress). I also take Joomla above Wordpress for personal use at any point in time. The reasons are more than just security or features… take code quality, far superior, almost at Drupal level.
I hope this gives you a good idea about Joomla.