Release Notes: A new template class for separating logic from presentation was introduced. The HTML was formatted to be closer to XHTML compliance. A factory pattern was added to make it easier to work with multiple tables. A new plugin architecture was implemented to make adding features easy. A new DHTML calendar plugin and a new WYSIWYG DHTML editor were added. The look and feel was completely revamped. Some documentation for site administrators was added. Database configuration is now stored in a separate file.
Release Notes: A code cleanup was made to remove all warnings displayed with verbose error reporting. A HTML markup cleanup was also made to conform to 4.01 transitional. Support for skin.txt layout configs was removed, as CSS stylesheets are now supported. Several bugfixes were made.
Release Notes: Many features were added, such as database independence using Metabase, new formatting rules for better customization of layout, and others. Many bugs were fixed. It now correctly handles magic_quotes and register_globals in PHP. A bug in page numbering was fixed. The search ability has been improved.
Release Notes: Fixed for several important bugs.
Release Notes: A bug causing malformed table updates was fixed. The file upload rule was reworked to allow for relative path linking. A data importing feature was added, and bugs related to data exporting were fixed. A sample database table with data was included and preconfigured, so now it works out of the box.
Release Notes: Minor bugfixes and minor code cleanups. Sessions and Secret Keys are based on the database table name to allow for multiple installations without conflicts.
Release Notes: A few new requested features were added, such as a new "cipher" rule for encrypting fields via MD5 and/or mcrypt, and a "where" rule for appending a where clause to the dataBrowser's initial SQL query. A bug was fixed in the "xref" rule.
Release Notes: A few small bugs were squashed. Many new features were introduced, such as the ability to edit/delete/add access restrictions, readonly field binding, exporting data in CSV format, default values for fields, field descriptions, default sorting order, and a new uniselect rule that creates unique selects for values.