All the changes of Baserow version 0.7.0 listed.
Increased the number size that be used within a number field (by Keith).
Fixed bug where the row state is never matching if the filter type was set to OR in combination with only one filter.
Fixed the keyboard navigation of the dropdown items when a search query was provided.
Added filtering by GET parameter support to the rows listing endpoint.
Fixed drifting context menu when you scroll or resize the window.
Create and update timestamps are now stored when the groups, applications, tables, views, fields and rows are created or modified.
It's now possible to change a file name.
Added the possibility to insert a new row above or below an existing row.
Made it possible to include or exclude specific fields when listing rows via the API.
Implemented the single select field.
Real time collaboration Coming In Jan!
I said this, and then tried and the way they generate files on startup and how they make their config is incredibly confusing. I'll give this another shot soon. Unless someone else wants to take a crack at it?
yes and no, OLS/LS is objectively more efficient over apache, and this make it more performant then apache.
Berceuse as Nginx it can serve static file without wake up a php, that apache is using for every request on a WP.
But as i already say sometimes a good server lvl optimization of nginx is performing as well but is not easy to setup, OLS or LS offer LSCache to do all the config from WP dashboard.
WP plugin are not the best way to go, because they just let the call be managed by a PHP, many like Cache enabler, just create a HTML copy of the website, that is more performant no elaboration needed by db or php, but if you use apache you will wake up PHP anyway so CPU and RAM wasted.
We are in Open Beta for OLS, if you want we can provide you the image.
But for now the code is closed sourse, it will be realise with a custom licenses that is open source but not commercially usable by MSP or ISP to offer WordPress as a Service or PaaS.
Cabot is stable and used by hundreds of companies and individuals in production, but it is not actively maintained. We would like to hand over maintenance of the project to one or more responsible and experienced maintainers. Please email email@example.com with some information about yourself (github profile and/or CV) if you are interested.
Last formal release was in 2017, the "maintainers wanted" has been added to the readme eight months ago.
Does not seem to be a good project to invest time in.
@thetomester13 I have a private repo for testing (because there is so much security involved in making this stable) so if you would like access, shoot me a message here or pick a method of contact from my website https://urgero.org
@girish oh no! i'm so sorry to have held us all up so long 😞
okay - let me re-start my efforts and will study it more closely in addition to @oj 's and others suggestions to look at a prebuilt docker for inspiration.