A month full of a large set of small but very interesting changes, a nice balance between user and developer enhancements complement the typical coreBOS beat.
This month has been all about consolidating coreBOS as a developer platform both using it as a user application and as a backend to support external applications. Webservice, hooks, and enhancements to make it easier to embed the functionality you need into coreBOS while we keep up with the constant love and care work that an application like this needs.
This month looks like it is all about infrastructure, as we use more and more coreBOS as that powerful backend business operating system that it is, we add functionality and features to make it easier to develop with. A new business map, more workflow and web service enhancements, and internal functions make for another interesting month!
This month we have a great guest post from Hafsa Laçi where she explains how to evaluate rules and decision tables using the coreBOS workflow system with some new functionality we implemented last month. Enjoy!
April was a more normal month with the typical constant flow of fixes and enhancements that we normally see along with the last touches of the new features that landed in the previous months. Read on to see what a "normal" month looks like ;-)
coreBOS has a very powerful import functionality which completely solves the problem of one to many relations but it has no native way of importing many to many relations. A few years ago we implemented the Import/Export Relations extension, which has recently seen an interesting enhancement. Read on to learn how to manage importing relations in your coreBOS.