It’s been a while, that we released our first stable oneye version, but development kept up and we merged some great improvements to build an even better software for everybody.
So, today it’s the days and I’m really proud of what has happened to the project over the last time. Not just getting an own domain (finally), but also to the code base, that has been greatly improved.
I’d like to highlight some changes here, but there are a lot more improvements, which can be read about in the README.txt file or in that forums thread.
- ACL rules can be used to prevent or allow users and user groups to access specific features of an hosted oneye system. The previously rudimentary preferences section has been rewritten and greatly improved. It’s finally possible to add ACL rules based on user privileges and users will see a warning once they try to run a blocked function.
- The spreadsheets and presentation applications have been greatly improved in terms of looking just like native oneye applications and they both are finally compatible with all the major browsers.
- The often used table control had some problems sorting its data in some circumstances. We finally fixed that and updated the settings of all native oneye applications to make use of all of its great sorting features.
- oneye 0.9.0 is compatible to PHP 5.0 up to 5.4 and additionally we’ve now improved Apache and added fully supported IIS7 compatibility, too.
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