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Name change

ue to threat of litigation from Dataface Incorporated in Houston, Texas, the holder of the US Tradmark DATAFACE, we are in the process of changing the name of the Dataface framework to Web Lite Framework, hopefully a more generic name that won't face the same legal issues as the DATAFACE name.

Web Lite Framework (formerly known as Dataface) is an open source (free) application framework, and has no affiliation whatsoever with Dataface Inc.... read more

Posted by Steve Hannah 2008-01-04

Dataface 0.5.3 released

Dataface 0.5.3 has been released. It contains numerous bug fixes in addition to new support for triggers. Developers are now able to define custom triggers to be called when records are saved, deleted, etc...

Posted by Steve Hannah 2006-03-21

Dataface 0.5.2r2 Released

Dataface 0.5.2r2 has now been released. This version offers more stability for CGI and windows IIS installations of dataface. It also adds a Calendar widget for editing Date fields. In addition it addresses issues with PEAR.php not being found in the include path.

Please check the Dataface website for more information about features and installation.

Posted by Steve Hannah 2006-03-11

Installation Instructions in README

The README file now contains basic installation instructions for those who want to get started building with applications with dataface. Still no file releases but you can check the current working version out of CVS and get started right away

Posted by Steve Hannah 2005-12-09

PHP Dataface, Introduction

PHP Dataface is a web application framework for data-driven applications using MySQL. It is also an out-of-the-box solution for administering MySQL databases.

There are no releases yet but the version in the CVS repository is functional - if not yet fully documented. There will be more soon..

Posted by Steve Hannah 2005-12-01

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