A common use case of coreBOS is to control the amount of money a client owes us or that he has prepaid us. Information we need to know in order to reclaim those amounts or to reimburse them in subsequent purchases.
This month finds the whole team very busy on other projects so it turns out to be a slow month. Even so, coreBOS gets a set of fixes and enhancements while it proves to be more and more powerful as that backbone that permits us to implement stable and useful solutions for the companies using it.
Management and knowledge of the time spent by our employees is directly tied with the rentability of our company, but now that many countries like Spain have passed laws that enforce them to register this time I thought it was a good time to write about how coreBOS has been doing this since 2006!
Another month packed with features and developer enhancements among which the start of the new LDS design, easier docker support, and the incredible Decision Table are significant examples. Enjoy!
Making Decisions in coreBOS just got a lot easier. We already had Condition Expression and Condition Query Business Maps which were put together in coreBOS Rules to give developers a very powerful condition evaluation engine, and, now, we have added upon this another business map to make it even more flexible: Decision Table Business Maps.
Continue reading to learn how to use this new functionality.