History of Last Changes (for ApPHP Calendar)

You can read here a brief list of last changes:

Version 3.0.4 (Mar 20, 2010)
  • New possibility to work with events, related to certain user by using SetUserID() method
  • New possibility to define (allow) Calendar Views: Daily, Weekly etc. by using SetCalendarViews() method
  • New new operation type: "printing" (defined in SetOperations() method)
  • New new CSS style - "brown"
  • New new language - (de) German - suggested by Roland Stuber
  • New possibility to limit the daily time "from" "to" by SetAllowedHours(7, 19) method
  • New scrolling on events overflow for Monthly View cells
  • New possibility to disable a certain day of week by using SetDisabledDay() method
  • New possibility to save http request variables between calendar's sessions by using SaveHttpRequestVars() method
  • New new type of displaying events for Monthly View - "list"
  • Enh linking to calendar.class.php (using predefined constant - CALENDAR_DIR)
  • Enh tooltip displaying for Weekly view (now it shows event description, not name)
  • Enh minor changes in CSS styles
  • Enh minor improvements in Debug Mode
  • Enh minor improvements in Statistics Module
  • Fix bugs fixed

Version 3.0.3 (Feb 09, 2010)
  • New possibility to display Events in Monthly/Weekly View ("inline" or "tooltip"): SetEventsDisplayType(array("monthly"=>"tooltip", "weekly"=>"tooltip"))
  • New possibility to view Event Details on Manage Events page (link Details)
  • New possibility to define Viewer access rights to operations: SetOperations(array())
  • New tooltips for events (in events list) Montly view
  • New possibility to view statistics of 10 top events: Statistics Menu
  • New possibility to block/unblock events in past by $objCalendar->EditingEventsInPast(false);
  • New possibility to define time block size: 15/30/60 minutes with $objCalendar->SetTimeBlock("30");
  • Enh debug module functionality - added more info for SQL statements
  • Enh in Add/Edit events form validation (set focus on handled fields)
  • Enh SetColorToSunday() - drawing Sunday colored
  • Enh Manage Events page - added paging for events (default 20 events/page)
  • Enh added check for uniqueness of event's name on Add Event page
  • Enh time (from-to) defualt selection in Add Event form (now it selects current time block)
  • Fix bugs fixed

Version 3.0.2 (Nov 28, 2009)
  • New possibility to manage Events: Add/Edit and Delete
  • New possibility to add new event or select from the existing
  • New possibility to define displaying time format: 24 or AM/PM
  • New multi-lingual support - possibility of translation to other languages
  • Enh minor changes in CSS styles
  • Enh added possibility to set color for Sunday: SetSundayColor(true);
  • Enh added possibility to add events from Weekly View
  • Fix bugs fixed

Version 3.0.1 (Oct 17, 2009)
  • New possibility to drag Add Event form<DIV>
  • New HTML template for Add Event form
  • New smart caching of pages for better performance
  • Enh autofocus on first enabled field in Add Event form
  • Enh minor changes in design of Add Event form and calendar styles
  • Fix bugs fixed



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