Dashboard is a rapid application development framework. It's designed to make writing PHP faster and more secure by removing the repetitive parts of programming from the development cycle. It's suitable for many Web applications, but it is specifically designed for making Web sites that need some custom development for interaction with a database.
|Tags||framework Web 2.0 Web Application|
|Implementation||Prototype Scriptaculous PHP|
Release Notes: Routing and automatic CSS spriting were added.
Release Notes: Admin will now warn you if the file system is out of sync with the database for uploaded files. DBTable admin now features sorting, so you can choose the order in which fields should be displayed for Forms. Admin now has full support for Google Chrome. Toggling object states between active and inactive was displaying a PHP warning. The Page class now has support for easily adding filtering and search to any module. For example, a site with hundreds of content pages can use filtering to easily find and edit a page.
Release Notes: This release updates the default page template. Initial support for hosting Dashboard on a Windows machine. The SiteConfig module has been renamed to Preferences. The content module performs W3C validation on pages to check for invalid HTML. Easy filtering: developers can quickly add filter/search forms to the top of modules. Sitemap and Search Engine integration: the site will ping Google to inform them to reindex when content is changed. CSS variables have been added.
Release Notes: There was a typo in the MySQL schema for the Video Gallery module. This may have prevented installations from completing loading other module schemas.