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PHP Generator 20.5.0.3 released

Sep 10, 2020

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PHP Generator

SQL Maestro Group is happy to announce a release of PHP Generator 20.5.0.3, a GUI frontend that allows you to build high-quality and feature-rich data-driven web applications for your database in minutes. There are versions for MySQL, MS SQL Server, PostgreSQL, Oracle, SQLite, Firebird, DB2, SQL Anywhere and MaxDB.

Please find below a detailed description of the most interesting features added in this version. Other new features, corrections, and fixes can be found in the Changelog.

  • The application header and footer are now displayed on 'Registration', 'Resend verification' and 'Password recovery' pages. Moreover the OnCustomHTMLHeader project-level event is now fired for all these pages.
  • The OnAddEnvironmentVariables project-level event has been revised. The $page parameter of this event has been removed. The environment variables specified in this event can now be used in any project-level and security-level event via GetEnvVar() method implemented in Application class.
  • Now it is possible to set a default value for Cascading Combobox editors.
  • An Indonesian translation has been added. A number of translations have been updated. Thanks to our users.
  • Some other minor fixes and code optimization.

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