Release Notes: Around 120 feature requests and bugfixes were implemented in this release. A lot of new functionality and layout improvements (more classes and more CSS). There is also better performance and better security.
Release Notes: This release adds a lot of new features, especially in the AJAX-enabled department. It adds client-side field validation with PHP, a lot of styling improvements, and a lot of bugfixes. The administration section got a makeover. Flextables now have even more options to control their behavior, and the performance of flaxtables is better. New trigger events have been added, and a new way to do database upgrades has been implemented.
Release Notes: Extra fields for users and groups were added, enabling you to set permissions on all tables based on values in these extra fields. The extended-privileges functionality was too slow, so it has been improved and is now a lot faster. The option to send email when a non-admin account adds a user account has been added; new users can be automatically notified of their account information. Most bugs were fixed, and some performance improvements were made. The layout was updated and many classes and IDs were added to make it easier to adjust the layout of Interleave.
Release Notes: This version introduces iCal calendaring. Admins can create and design calendars that can be used by users online, using their smartphone or directly from their email or calendering client. Also, a lot of performance improvements were implemented and date/time support in one field was added. A user can now be given the option to enable or disable triggers resulting in email messages, giving them more control of their inbox. And as always, all important bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This release introduces the possibility to edit fields right in the main list. Business rules triggered by your change are automatically executed and changes will be reflected in the list in real time. All lists got a makeover and look better. Sorting and filtering can now be performed on all fields. All flextable fields can now be shown in the main entity list and thanks to HTML5 it's finally possible to upload several files at once. The search routines now also support Google-style searching (logical AND/NOT). Some security issues were resolved and all known bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This version brings Ajax-enabled auto-save of all form elements. A new PDF engine was implemented and the default PDF report was replaced with a nicer one. FlexTable support was vastly improved and the MS Excel export now supports the 2007 format. With the new auto-escalation engine you can escalate your entities based on your SLA to the minute.
Release Notes: This version brings a totally new user/group access control system, enabling you to grant more specific rights to users and groups. Triggers and extra fields can now have conditions, and usability was improved by using more AJAX technology in the user interface. The main list got a complete makeover and FlexTables have more options and are a lot faster. All known bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This release introduces a whole set of new tools to use the application better and faster. FlexTables are also introduced. With FlexTables, you can create your own tables and refer to and from them.
Release Notes: You can now use the command-line interface to create fail-over databases, so file copies are no longer needed. Almost all bugs were fixed for this release. A new extra field type was added. More security options were implemented. A lot of eye candy was added for Firefox users and a lot of new triggers were added.
Release Notes: The dashboard was completely revised and is now actually functional. Several layout improvements were implemented next to many internal and functional improvements. The yyyy-mm-dd date format is now supported and the synchronization mechanism was re-written. All known bugs were fixed. This version is PHP5 compatible.