A tale of creating awesomazing software

This May turned out to be what I expect to be a turning point in coreBOS future. I spent the first two weeks of the month traveling, visiting clients and the developer team in Albania, the conversations, mind-shifts, projects and ideas (not all pleasant) that I lived may very well take the coreBOS project and community into a whole new league. Time and our combined effort will tell. In the meantime here you have the things that happened to coreBOS in May. Enjoy!

It is rather common to want to hide some records from the operational view of the company but not delete the information. With GDPR already here and one of its obligations being exactly that use case, this pattern will come in handy.

A slow month at coreBOS as we dedicate too much time to formatting in search of a handful of errors and minor optimizations while we make some very practical enhancements in the inventory modules and some nice features in general.

Tagging is an incredibly simple and powerful concept used in many applications and all social networks. Read this post to see how to use this feature in coreBOS.

We continue dedicating a lot of time to standardizing the code, we finish the On-Demand functionality and add a whole set of functionality to move along our goal to create a flexible, fast and secure framework upon which to base your business.

Do you need the ability for clients to click a button in an email and have it automatically change the Status of an associated Ticket? If so, you have come to the right place to learn how to implement what I call the Get back into the web pattern.