Traditionally Agile Toolkit relied on a bash script to perform MySQL updates for it's projects. It did a job, but had various problems such as not being able to execute on Windows machines and storing database state in files.
Things have been busy in preparation for 4.3 but we are finally here. If you haven't got 4.3, do not hesitate to download and try it. The framework has received huge amount of improvements and tweaks, but there are some huge changes in eco-system around the framework:
I am happy to announce that Agile Toolkit 4.3 is 100% documented. All the documentation have been pulled together and organized. Available Online:
Often being asked - how does Agile Toolkit compare to other PHP (and non-php frameworks) I decided to dedicate this blog post and explain to you what Agile Toolkit really is and how does it compare to other software and services.
|Platform as a Service||CSS User Interface||PHP Backend|
Downloadable Project Sandbox|
Integration with agiletoolkit.org
Add-on and Widget repository
Themes and Layouts
Responsive Agile CSS|
Out of the box UI
Frontend, Admin and REST
jQuery UI integration
Object Oriented Core|
Models and Data Sources
Relational SQL Models
Agile Toolkit is all of the above working seamlessly together built in such a way to make learning as simple and as straightforward as possible. Agile Toolkit is committed to support OpenSource projects and to offer good commercial platform for Start-ups, Small and Medium companies and even Enterprise.