Content Lists (previously Listers) have been improved internally, and augmented with an intuitive user interface.
Workspaces are now ready for real-life deployment and everyday work.
We finally implemented indexing and search via Lucene.NET, boosting overall speed by several magnitudes.
A new permission management system has been added, boosting overall speed and providing full support for ACLs.
We have re-thinked the Content Type hierarchy, and in the pr... [More]
One of the main features of the Xmas preview edition of Sense/Net 6.0 Beta 5 is the Content List View framework. A Content List View is basically an ASP.NET User Control that can be used to display Content items in various fashions. We have created the framework to allow for several levels of customization. Deployers and builders have the option to create entirely new User Controls either with a compiled classbehind dll placed in the binary folder of the Sense/Net installation, or... [More]
The source code only version of the Sense/Net 6.0 Beta 5 has just made available on codeplex as an alpha release.
There are quite a number of things we need to polish before we can reach production quality. And we are hardly working hard on the evaluation materials too that describe the Beta 5 features in detail. So get this version to experiment only with the Sense/Net 6.0 Content Lists, the Templated Field Controls and the Lucene based Content Query. Do not implement anything ... [More]
Due to a number of reasons (some of them are the flu epidemic, the release scope changes and the global warming) we could not reach all of our goals for Sense/Net 6.0 Beta 5 till December 24. We will release a source only preview – because we promised it and although the system is DANGEROUSLY UNSTABLE, the new features surely worth a look.
First and foremost the most important new features are:
Lists and Libraries
We now have a fully working Content List feature. Lists are collect... [More]
We reevaluated our BETA5 and RTM plans in response to some really important customer feedback. According to this: performance and reliability of the ContentQuery feature in large sized implementations are more important then the workflow feature. We also learned from our customers that the WF3 penetration is still not a factor we should consider as legacy. Therefore we won’t target WF3 as our Workflow platform – we go directly with the WF4 version. This also has impact on our final p... [More]
I am really excited to announce that today -as part of the Beta5 marching- we checked in the SenseNetDataSource feature.
With this new ASP.NET DataSource you can use the Sense/Net Content Repository with the rich set of DataBound controls provided by Microsoft and other vendors (like GridView, ListView or Form) to produce more in less time using the data driven, rapid application development approach.
Also, the SenseNetDataSource (and some other controls I’ll tell you about later)... [More]
We have released Sense/Net 6.0 Beta 4.2, a bugfix version of Beta 4.There are no main new features, but we soothed the rough edges of Beta 4.Take it while it's hot, go to http://www.sensenet.hu/download
We are happy to announce the release of Sense/Net 6.0 Beta 4. This version features two important add-ons: simplified portal building and collaborative workspaces.SmartBuilding - build sites fasterWhen youe were building sites until this release first web and other contents, then pages had to be created to show these contents. Starting from Sense/Net 6.0 Beta 4 contents can be addressed directly and the content will display itself without having to do any manual work using the SmartApp... [More]
Here is the first working version of the Workspace in Sense/Net 6.0 Beta 4. Code release is planned for next Friday, 24th of July. Stay tuned. This is a real screenshot made from a working version, unlike the one created in Corel Draw in my previous post.