With the beginning of the year comes new releases of Libgda:
- version 4.0.6 which contains corrections for the stable branch
- version 4.1.4, a beta version for the upcoming 4.2 version
The 4.1.4’s API is now considered stable and except for minor corrections should not be modified anymore.
This new version also includes a new database adaptator (provider) to connect to databases through a web server (which of course needs to be configured for that purpose) as illustrated by the followin diagram:
The database being accessed by the web server can be any type supported by the PEAR::MDB2 module.
The GdaBrowser application now supports defining presentation preferences for each table’s column, which are used when data from a table’s column need to be displayed:
The UI extension now supports improved custom layout, described through a simple XML syntax, as shown in the following screenshot of the gdaui-demo-4.0 program:
For more information, please visit the http://www.gnome-db.org web site.