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#16 User is offline   Ugain 

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Posted 02 May 2010 - 06:41 PM

View Postf-b, on 30 April 2010 - 01:21 AM, said:

Any plans for asprunner.net? I would love to see this come up close to the features of asprunner.


I think that anyone looking for ASP.NET should look into PHP instead, internally Microsoft is doing just that.
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#17 User is offline   PeterFR 

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Posted 03 May 2010 - 07:55 AM

Hello developers,

I'm a newbie in PHPR, but as far as I've worked with it:
you've done a great job with your product.
Here are some suggestions to enhance PHPR

1. Searching:
  • It would be great to search with REGEXP.
  • Searching in a Master/Detail page where one can define for each parameter wether it's a AND or OR condition.

2. Export / Print
  • free defineable delimiter at CMS-Export (i.g. $ instead of ,)
  • Export of a record set in a master/detail list page, where I mark
  • the master record and select the detail records. This selction should be
  • exportable in one step / in one list.



Thanks

PeterFR
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#18 User is offline   Mario 

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Posted 03 July 2010 - 11:42 AM

Hello Sergey,

Can you consider the possibility to include in the next upgrade one feature for search/replace by language in the "MISC" menu "Label Editor" ?

If you can add this feature, we can translate very quickly the projects, if we are a big lot of tables to translate.
Currently they are a lot of labels with the same words.

One other question/suggestion... are you considered to include in the future SQL Stored Procedures inside PHPRunner?
(actually I install my stored procedures directly in the DB, but this create the problem for some users they have his domains in shared servers with no rights to create stored procedures and triggers because the MySQL super admin option is not available for security reasons)


Finally, are you consider to include in the EXPORT options :

-The possibility to give a new name to the Files Exported (actually as you know the name for the exported files are always the same -the table/view name-). When we need to export a big lot of records (one by one) this functionality become very interesting.
-Option for parsing and convert HTML Rich Text created, to RTF format. I mean, eliminate all HTML Tags (created with the Rich Text Editor) and convert the paragraphs and character styles in HTML to the RTF format.

Than you for consider one or some this ideas.

Best regards
Mario
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#19 User is offline   krisrianto 

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Posted 08 July 2010 - 01:03 PM

Whats the update on phprunner 5.3? Any news on the release date?
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#20 User is offline   swanside 

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Posted 18 July 2010 - 04:07 PM

Hi guys,
Any news on a release date yet?

Looking forward to the extra features.
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#21 User is offline   Rahaman 

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Posted 31 July 2010 - 09:19 AM

It will be very great If report section is updated.I mean I want to design my won report whatever I like.Is it possible sir.
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#22 User is offline   hich 

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Posted 26 August 2010 - 02:09 PM

It would be great if ASPRunner 7 would integrate something like jquery which is open source and has now even been adopted by Microsoft
They plan to release a mobile version to help build GUIs for mobile phone
http://jquerymobile.com/
The ways to integrate it seem to be quite well documented as well.
http://docs.jquery.c...ugins/Authoring
Really looking forward to what teh PHPR/ASPR development team is planning on implementing the new UI enhancements

Thanks
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#23 User is offline   arunabh 

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Posted 30 August 2010 - 09:21 AM

View Postadmin, on 29 April 2010 - 09:18 AM, said:

PHPRunner 5.3/ASPRunnerPro 6.3

PHPRunner 5.3/ASPRunnerPro 6.3 is planned as a relatively small update to be released in June-July 2010. Here is the list of the most interesting features planned in this update.

Planned features
  • Folding sections/tabs on View/Edit/Add pages.
  • ASPRunnerPro/PHPRunner will be translated to several languages (haven't yet decided which ones to start with first)
  • More flexible search settings. Each field can be marked as search panel, advanced search, Google like search, quick search.
  • Allow 'Records per page' dropdown customization
  • Drill-down option for charts. Click on chart element to proceed to another chart or to underlying data.
  • Events editor enhancements like search across all events
  • New events (onerror - write your own error messages, Audit events, Edit/View page events that allow access to values to be displayed on the page)
  • New 'View as' types MP3 and Video


'Maybe' features
Time permitting we will fit them into ASPRunnerPro 6.3/PHPRunner 5.3. Otherwise they will be included in ASPRunnerPro 7/PHPRunner 6 release.
  • rebuild modified files only (quick rebuild vs full rebuild). Will be extremely useful for large projects.
  • field level events (Add/Edit/Register pages)
  • lookup wizard enhancements (use custom views as lookup wizard source, allow to fill multiple fields with values from lookup table, option to create a new lookup table and fill it with values)


PHPRunner 6.0/ASPRunnerPro 7.0

Planned to to be released in 2010.

The main feature is Style Editor where you can customize every visual aspect of your applications: buttons, grids, pagination, colors, fonts etc. The idea is to fully separate HTML from CSS making all visual elements customizable. You will be able to create your own color schemas and share them with other users.

Other enhancements include Visual Editor update. We'll be updating this list constantly.


Sergey ! Greetings !

Here are my 2 cents ..... Please integrate it in the new version ...

1. Grid Control for Detail records in master detail form. Suggestion make the detail table grid type, with grid properties given in properties !!! create a property sheet for table as to how the table should be formatted. users should be able to add columns to grid dynamically and update the detail table columns accordingly.
2. Events now can be added on page basis, see if you can add events for every column !!! That will multiply the functionality. For example when you right click on any column you can add an event there ! Events can be classified like oracle are pre-text-item, post-text-item, when-validate-item, when-new-record-instance, when-new-form-instance etc etc. please consult oracle forms documentation for details.
3. Menu should be visible individually for user rights. like for example, i do not want to show menu link to a particular user, it should be possible. it creates a problem especially in master detail form like i do not want menu link for detail form but detail should be entered after clicking on the master form link. I think you got it.
4. Make a session variable for every column name prefixed with the table name. That would be the finest addition ! which can be accessed in any sql command. Currently the main problem is I cannot check the value of a master column while entering the detail column ! and change the detailed table list item accordingly by giving sql command. I think you got it now.
5. create a property sheet for every table column and let them add sql to it on any above mentioned trigger. That would be great. You can hard core on which key press or on which type of navigation or happening, which type of trigger will get triggered like oracle.

Hope this helps.

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#24 User is offline   suprapen 

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Posted 01 September 2010 - 11:22 PM

View PostPeterFR, on 03 May 2010 - 02:55 AM, said:

Hello developers,

I'm a newbie in PHPR, but as far as I've worked with it:
you've done a great job with your product.
Here are some suggestions to enhance PHPR

1. Searching:
  • It would be great to search with REGEXP.
  • Searching in a Master/Detail page where one can define for each parameter wether it's a AND or OR condition.

2. Export / Print
  • free defineable delimiter at CMS-Export (i.g. $ instead of ,)
  • Export of a record set in a master/detail list page, where I mark
  • the master record and select the detail records. This selction should be
  • exportable in one step / in one list.



Thanks

PeterFR


I like both your ideas, Peter. Hope they can implemented those on the next release. Searching master and details is so common within applications nowadays as well as exporting master and details in one click.
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#25 User is offline   electro rick 

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Posted 02 September 2010 - 04:19 AM

Core features for me, above all:
- Good quality, standards compliant code generation for HTML, CSS & Javascript, PHP/ASP, SQL, etc.
- Cross browser support, at least for the top 4-5 browsers.
- Good backend support for the top platforms.

Necessary features:
- Addition of "?" help links/popups as an attribute of each field, and optionally hover help text on add/edit forms.
- Built-in option to have an edit button on the view form.
- Built-in option to automatically return to list after add/edit, unless error.
- More control over error message formats, alerts, yes/no responses, etc.
- Ability to more easily separate the add and edit field properties, to for instance make some fields read-only on the edit screen without needing to modify the SQL Query and create clone fields.
- Built-in handling of most common DB errors, duplicate keys, deletion where there's dependencies, etc.
- Listboxes (grids) where headers remain stationary.
- Make it easier to navigate and scroll back and forth through huge numbers of records, without paging.
- Make it easier to build conditional forms, where fields/links appear depending on previous inputs.
- More control over navigation between screens, so that workflows can be designed & followed, easy creation of screens without database fields, with links to functional areas, different groups can have different workflows.
- Add support for access to auxillary mixed databases (which probably already exist).
- More control over importing/exporting, ability to map and synthesize data.
- Only the trivial DB applications don't require customization. All real applications require extensive customization, take the sample applications as an example of what is typically needed (x10). At the moment the documentation is insufficient to support the level of customization typically needed by real applications. Also at the moment the customization typically requires a good working knowledge of multiple languages. This needs to go to a whole new level ASAP. The kinda documentation needed is a step by step going from the empty built-in themes/styles to each of the sample applications (Vacation, Real Estate, Cars, Classified, PayPal and maybe a more complex many-many example, where you can navigate forwards and backwards through the relationships). Starting with the approach to customization needed to extensively customize forms, and be able to make evolutionary changes to the tables involved without leaving all your work in a steaming pile. And working examples of things like add/edit forms which display details at the top, and then go back to list on successful completion.

Evolution:
- Steady progression toward the MVC (model-view-controller) paradigm (or similar). Incorporating the best architectural features of the frameworks available.
- Steady progression towards not needing to mix 3-4 languages in the same code snippets.
- Eliminate the need for multi-level quoting and quote escaping in compound statements.
- Add in support for all database relationships, including 1 to 1:N, many-many (N to N, or many masters), and meshes.
- More Web 2.0 widgets, features, look and feel. Its looking too "old fashioned" now.
- More dynamic control over ajax popups, so that clients on slow network segments can work without ajax taking 10+sec, but users on fast segments will have full features. So dynamically reduce the size of the detail list preview, for example, disable it completely when response time exceeds 10 sec.
- The most common question I get from users is "How can I customize my own style (colors at least)?". Obviously too much exposure to mySpace. At the moment I take the Henry Ford approach, "you can have any color you want as long as its black".

Don't get me wrong. PHPRunner is very good, I highly recommend it.

Kind regards, rick
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#26 User is offline   mikeaccess 

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Posted 04 October 2010 - 11:36 PM

A great addition to PHP/ASP Runner would be support for jQuery UI Themes in version 6/7. :)
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Posted 08 May 2011 - 01:54 PM

View Postelectro rick, on 02 September 2010 - 12:19 AM, said:

- Steady progression toward the MVC (model-view-controller) paradigm (or similar). Incorporating the best architectural features of the frameworks available.


Is there actually a commitment from the team to move toward MVC? I don't see too much about this in the forum.

In 5.2 generated code, I am not seeing model/view/controller dirs for sure.

Best,
Ken
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#28 User is offline   Alan S 

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Posted 05 June 2011 - 04:55 PM

With Windows 8 totally embracing HTML5/CSS/Java, would PHPR maybe be able to be used to create IOS, Android, Windows 8 and web apps???


Interesting.

Alan


This may have been a dumb question, so if so, just ignore.

This post has been edited by Alan S: 05 June 2011 - 05:15 PM

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