Today I'd like to share with you our plans for the next couple of releases of Fabrik.
What we are proposing to do is to migrate the data in those meta tables into JSON files. There will be one JSON file per view. This file will describe how the form, list, elements and validations should behave. We will also have separate JSON files to describe the database table structures. With this in place we can address the current disadvantages:
Obviously it is always very hard to meet deadlines, but we think that the release schedule will be as follows:
3.3.2 - March 2015
3.4 - May 2015
3.5 - August 2015
We're very happy announce the release of Fabrik 3.3. Our Joomla! application builder is now fully compatible with Joomla 3.4. This is a security update which we recommend you update to.
As usual its extremely gratifying to see everyone helping out on the code, in the forums and translating. Those people who have committed code to the project during this release include: gobezu, Jaanus Nurmoja, BodgeIT, Ajyama, Sophist, Robert Högberg, Bauer, Troester, Hugh Messenger, Rob Clayburn.
This release addresses a couple of low level security issues and a host of fixes and minor improvements. We strongly recommend you update to this version. Those of you updating from github will not need to update.
Hot after the 3.1rc1 release we're happy to announce the next 3.1rc2 release. This specifically addresses several compatibility issues with Joomla 3.2. We now recommend using this release with Joomla 3.2.
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