Open day February 2018

Summary of Team Activities for the month of February 2018.

By Zarrar Shaikh February 19, 2018 Open Day 5 comments

On Open Day, we share our activities of the month with each other and the community. It's when we take a step back and see where we stand. To see past open days, click here.

Summary

  • Gantt view Refactored, Chart builder, Tree like structure inside Report view.
  • Rollup implemented for bundling code.
  • Website chat
  • Almost ready to shift to python3 (90% there..)
  • CORS setup for production server.
  • Hooking Node apps with frappe.
  • Can group together filters and save it, to easily apply all the filters again.
  • Charts v1 released!
  • Hub auth via OAuth Module
  • Item Alternative module added to ERPNext - to keep track of alternative item for an item.
  • FrappeJS now supports Form, Print view, List view, Report View, Table Control, etc.
  • Daily work summary refactored and configurable now.
  • Bulk edit feature added to edit a field for multiple documents simultaneously.
  • New Subscription Module.
  • Cash Flow Reports are customizable now.
  • Help videos added for Payment Terms and Non-profit domain.
  • Production Order is renamed to Work Order.
  • Customer Group and Territory changes are propagated to wherever they are used.




With ❤ from Frappé.
Zarrar Shaikh
Zarrar Shaikh
"Software developer"
5 comments
Julian Robbins March 19, 2018

I always look forward to reading the monthly Open Day. Frappe and ERPNext Foundation staff always provide an extremely open, and honest report on the months activities.

ERPNext is shaping up to be the best version ever !

Robert Becht April 6, 2018

Like Julian always look forward to this longlasting tradition, and reading it since 2012. The Quality goes down. Sorry for this observation! Where the Erpnext core team used to clearly explain new developments in the past, including the ever interesting commercial analysis of Umair, more and more Blog becomes a copy paste of code/screendump of code, a few bullets with jargon only understood by coders and techies, or just one word where the meaning remains vague.

Please move back to the high-quality Blogs of the past where progress was clearly described in laymen's terms and illustrated with screenshots of the user-interface, not the code.

I believe this Blog also serves as a marketing tool targeting potential users, that risk to be scared away looking at this quite incoherent collection of screen dumps. @Rushabh,@Umair, @Nabin teach your young and brilliant new coders some communication skills!

Rushabh April 18, 2018

Thanks @Julian, @Robert for your kind comments.

Point taken. We will try to be more descriptive in the slides :)

Robert Becht April 18, 2018

Looking forward to the March Blog...new style..:)

Rushabh April 18, 2018

March is already done! Now it will be April :)

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