Thursday, 21 January 2010 02:08

It's been a while since I've posted, so I figured I'd drop an update for those following. I spent all last week doing jQuery work out of town, but now that I'm back I've been working hard on the next release of JMyLife!

The upcoming release is full of new features, including:

  • A custom CSS editor
  • An experimental WYSIWYG editor
  • More email notifications
  • More Community Builder integration

I'm in no way ready for public release yet, but I'm seeking JMyLife Pro users that would like to take the Alpha build for a test drive. If any of you are interested, drop me an email and I can send it over.

Last Updated on Friday, 05 March 2010 02:34
 
Comments (3)
1 Sunday, 24 January 2010 21:12
Maxwell Tower
Jeff

I just downloaded the pro version. I am trying to integrate it into my website. I would be happy to help test this alpha for you.

Also I am trying to create user avatars for the Stories on the main page. I added this function to the JmylifeModelList class.

function getAvatar($userid)
{
$query = 'SELECT cb.`avatar` FROM `#__comprofiler` AS cb WHERE cb.`user_id` = ' . $userid . ';';
echo $query;
$avatar = parent::_getList( $query, 0, 99999 );
return $avatar;
}

But the $avatar isn't returning anything. Where am I going wrong? My query string works in phpMyAdmin to return the avatar filename.
2 Sunday, 07 February 2010 22:53
km
Great work, when do you expect to have a stable release of this version? Will there be an automatic upgrade to the final version when it's ready? We really need to test the functionality that will go on to the live site.

thanks
3 Sunday, 07 February 2010 23:01
Jeff Channell
km,

1.0.9 has been released, and as always, the install package doubles as an upgrade package!

That said, it's ALWAYS a good idea to do backups and tests before installing or upgrading any package, JMyLife or otherwise!

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