Open Power Template 2
The project is actually finished and we are expecting to deal with all the formalities in the next few days. There is only one chapter missing in the user documentation and if you would like to check the code right now, you can find it on our Subversion repository. So, what would take so long? The answer is simple: the tutorials. Since April, I have been working on a huge article entitled "A photogallery with Doctrine and Open Power Template 2.0" showing the process of writing a web gallery using the libraries mentioned in the title. Furthermore, it is going to be available in two language versions: Polish and English. We have to finish the translation and rewrite it into Markdown, so that it could be published on Invenzzia. Anyway, the development process is over and now we can focus on implementing the new features and the new libraries.
A couple of weeks ago, we released TypeFriendly 0.1.2 with many new features, such as appendix support and tag manager. Since then, there were new commits and new works-in-progress. eXtreme improves the layout of the chapter headers, there are expected new tags and fixed some minor bugs.
I plan to finish the caching system for OPT that will be distributed with Open Power Classes, and start developing the source code of long-awaited Open Power Forms. We have an idea, what we want to get and how to achieve the goals.