Release Notes: This release fixes a number of annoying bugs and adds a few small features. The ar/html/form module can now return DOM objects. The muze.js library is improved, and a shadow() method was added for pphotos. Bugs in the authentication system, search query compiler, installer, object locking, workflow templates, and the user interface were fixed.
Release Notes: The most important change is the speed; this release is between 2 and 6 times faster. It queues image manipulation commands to prevent DoS attacks. It has an FTP client API, improved gettext/loadtext methods, allows user groups to be created anywhere, and no longer allows creation of a config.ini that breaks the Ariadne backend. Numerous bugs have been quashed.
Release Notes: This release has seen a lot of polish and speed improvements on the new user interface. The Ariadne Generic API has been introduced to make development and extending Ariadne easier and faster to do. A couple of experimental features have been added. All known bugs from the 2.7.0 release have been fixed.
Release Notes: This is the last PHP 4 version. It has optional password expiry and SMB authentication. There is a new HTML editor that works with IE7 and 8 under Vista. Finally, there is a new style store interface (mod_ar).
Release Notes: This is the first PHP 5 version. It also has optional password expiry and SMB authentication. There is a new HTML editor that works with IE7 and 8 under Vista. Finally, there is a new style store interface (mod_ar).
Release Notes: SVN support for PINP templates. A completely new PINP compiler, which is more secure and also allows some PHP5 style coding, e.g. call('mytemplate'). New modules: a caching RSS reader, HTML to PDF conversion, CSV parsing, and a JSON module. Improved library handling. call_super() allows calling overridden templates and loadLibrary() loads libraries on demand. Improved nls support for binary data in files and images. Fully integrated TinyMCE, so all browsers can now use full WYSIWYG.
Release Notes: New user defined subclasses and data wizards were added. A user defined typetree was added through the new typetree.ini template. Webdav support, pinp template libraries, WDDX import/export, multiple domains/URLs per site, and new XML and RSS modules werre added. SOAP support was improved. A lot of bugfixes were made.
Release Notes: A much more user-friendly user interface, scriptable workflow support, enhanced pinp templates with new modules like multi-part pages, SOAP, XML-RPC, PDF, a database connector and in-page editing, enhanced full-text searches, support for external user management using LDAP, Active Directory, or Novell NDS, experimental support for Oracle 10 and a configurable (Word) HTML cleaner, and much more.
Release Notes: A major performance upgrade of the PostgreSQL store, but it does require a complete reinstall. There is a new PDF writer module using fpdf, multipart pages allowing long articles to be split into sections, syntax highlighting in the template editor, an updated WinXP look which now works with large directories, and updated shortcuts which allow you to define templates on the shortcut which get run on the target (or its children). The WYSIWYG editor has been extended with an HTML cleaner. This release has insertion of configurable HTML tags and CSS classes and named anchor tags in the link dialog.