We dedicate August and September of 2015 to some long running projects. So, although coreBOS still gets a lot of changes, all the action is going on in the branches as we eliminate prototype, start giving support for newer versions of PHP, and work on some very interesting integration projects like Elastic Search.
In July 2015 we add new events and global variables to make the application easier to customize and more flexible while we keep enhancing and fixing issues, but the important development of this month is the import and export functionality on Inventory modules.
We have a service on sale called coreBOS Subscription. Curiously, I have been asked about it three times in the last week. Be that a sign of growth or mere coincidence, read on to learn what it is for and why you need it!
June 2015 was a maintenance month where we stabilize the functionality introduced in the last months with minor enhancements and keep creating an awesomazing application.
Business rules are, most of the time, defined outside the application. They are even often written in a different language than the one used to create the application. The coreBOS Rule class provides an engine allowing to simply execute business rules while being efficient and extensible.