Release Notes: This release features several improvements to the API.
Release Notes: This release added support for MySQL Merge Tables, which provide a more efficient data storage backend.
Release Notes: This release adds a new generic system to constrain phpOpenTracker API queries to specified visitor groups.
Release Notes: This version marks the feature freeze before the release cycle of the 1.0.0 release.
Release Notes: Everything is now in place for the work on phpOpenTracker 1.0.0. Both the API and the database layout are not expected to change any more. Highlights of this version include the new plugin system and enhancements in phpOpenTracker's performance.
Release Notes: This release incorporates numerous changes to the internal workings of phpOpenTracker, as well as to its API. Apart from performance improvements, the following features were added: regular expression-based locking, a custom session handler, a means to invoke phpOpenTracker through an HTML image tag, and the logging of returning visitors. In addition, the manual has been rewritten and now features a detailed API documentation.
Release Notes: This release now supports most commonly used databases (MySQL and PostgreSQL) natively through optimized interface layers. Also in this release are a few new API calls, an extensive example on how to use phpOpenTracker's API, and a few bugfixes.
Release Notes: Two new classes were added, phpOpenTracker_Report and phpOpenTracker_Graph. The former contains the functionality to perform batch queries to the gathered data through the phpOpenTracker_API, and return the result as XML (either as a xml_tree object or as text) or as an array. phpOpenTracker_Graph visalizes these data sets using the VAGRANT package.
Release Notes: Rewrites to large parts of phpOpenTracker (including the API, the Core, and the Logging classes) for a huge performance increase, better maintainability of the source tree, and new features such as multi-client functionality.
Release Notes: This release includes some important bugfixes, some major performance improvements, reductions to the number of database queries, and a MYSQL_TUNING mode.