After releasing the first stable version of Open Power Template, we gained an opportunity to focus on other Invenzzia projects as well. One of the new enterprises is a form processing library which has been given a name Open Power Forms. In the last days, I managed to implement the basic functionality and run the first test files and I would like to introduce you in the new project. From this entry, you are going to get to know, what OPF actually is, what are its benefits and main goals and what has been implemented so far.
Keyword - OPF
Sunday, 06 September 2009
Wednesday, 08 July 2009
Welcome back after a short break. Although there were no summaries in the last month, Invenzzia projects are still active and maintained. We have released two new versions in June, and now we are reaching the moment of releasing... the first stable version of Open Power Template 2! Stay with us and read more about the progress and the current status of the projects.
Friday, 10 April 2009
This is the first episode of the Invenzzia Summaries, a way to inform about various events and activities of Invenzzia Group and the development of the open-source projects. We will try to publish them regularly, but the exact period depends on the amount of issues worth concerning. In the first episode, we will talk about the last beta version of Open Power Template and the new projects that are going to use it.
Thursday, 31 January 2008
The last project I've created using Open Power Forms, shown some weaknesses of the current form implementation. There were some forms allowing a mass addition of many records in the following way: a table, in the columns the following fields: Name, Surname, PESEL number, etc. The numer of rows was 30, so the user is able to add 30 people to the database with one form. The adaptation of the map() method to my problem was not too hard; in fact it seemed that opfArrayContainer solved everything. But then the form renderer connected with Open Power Template went off.