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Topic: PHPLens Newsletter #22
author: John Lim   created: 29-06-2004 08:07:22 AM
Hello everyone,

We would like to update you on what has been happening
with phplens, the PHP App server.

First a word from our sales and marketing department.

PHP5 Upgrades
============
We would like to thank everyone who has been supporting
phpLens. I would first like to remind everyone that
we have been providing free upgrades for all
users of phplens for the past 3 years. We will
continue to provide free PHP5 upgrades for all users
who have an active annual subscription to phpLens
(which is most of you), or have bought a perpetual
license within the last year.

For those of you bought phpLens perpetual license
over a year ago, you will need a support contract with
us if you want to migrate to PHP5.

http://phplens.com/Secure_Server/wh/cart/prodlist.php

See Perpetual License:Annual Support.

The PHP5 upgrade is planned for the 1st quarter after
PHP5 is released.

Thank you.
See Wai Hun,
Marketing Manager


PHPLens Beta 3.9.5
==================

There is a new beta release before phplens 4.0. We are
confident that this version is quite stable, and are running
phplens.com using this beta.

Record Locking
--------------
The key new feature of this release is record-locking.
This allows you to control record modifications, so no
user can overwrite another user accidentally.

For more info, see

http://phplens.com/lens/lensman/editing.htm#reclock


Smart field sizing
-----------------

You can control set the width of fields in an
edit/new record form for 600x800 vs 768x1024 screen sizes.

This requires you to add the javascript file phplens/img/screensize.js
to your javascript includes. This will add a cookie that sets the screen size of the browser.
PhpLens will read this cookie and set the input size based on this setting.

eg.

<script src=/path/to/phplens/img/screensize.js></script>

Then in the dynamic settings for each field, set the screen size.


onEmpty Property
----------------

More intelligent handling of select statements that
return no records.

http://phplens.com/lens/lensman/prop/onEmpty.htm


Snaking Columns
---------------

** snaking column support in the grid, eg. display a record
over multiple lines in the grid.

http://phplens.com/lens/lensman/prop/snakeLens.htm



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