Release Notes: A complete new layout including refactored GUI source code. Customizable menu trees for every user for more efficient daily work. New plugin: address campaigns for administration of addresses for campaigns such as mailings, etc. Developer's quickstart: Java-Main for starting ProjectForge from the command line or directly in Eclipse.
Release Notes: The browser launcher of the standalone version for Windows was fixed.
Release Notes: Asterisk systems are supported for direct phone calls and texting out of ProjectForge. (Asterisk-scripts are now included in the docs.) PostgreSQL is now supported also by the standalone version. The usability of the new to-do-management was improved. Usability of large task trees was improved by supporting fulltext-search-strings. Portlet-mode is now configurable for using ProjectForge in iframes or portals.
Release Notes: An important milestone was reached. ProjectForge now supports third-party and first-party plugins. Issue management was implemented. Wizards now assist administrators during the set-up and their daily administration. A new email template engine was implemented. All IE versions aren't yet supported. Firefox, Safari, and Chrome are recommended.
Release Notes: Date/time formats and time notation are now configurable by each user. The user edit page and the my account page are re-designed. Some minor bugs were fixed and minor improvements made.
Release Notes: The documentation was re-organized and is now much more usable. An XSS vulnerability usable by logged-in users was fixed.
Release Notes: A new auto-update-mechanism for convenient updates from any previous version was added. The browser interoperability has been improved again. Some bugs were fixed and Maven 3 is now supported.
Release Notes: This bugfix release is recommended to all users of version 3.5.0. Some major bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This release contains a completely new design. Users are now able to customize their own favorite menu via drag and drop. Support for mobile devices such as iPhone, Android, Blackberry, Symbian, and Windows Phone was started. The address book, for example, is already optimized for such devices. All modern browsers such as Firefox, Safari, and Chrome are supported. This release is available as web-archive (war) file and as a standalone server ready-to-run for Windows, Mac, Linux, and other Java 6 platforms.
Release Notes: The Web output was redesigned and now supports Microsoft Internet Explorer versions 6 and later. A first version of an interactive online tutorial was added.