Release Notes: This security update fixes a critical issue. Users should update as soon as possible. If you do not update, attackers might gain full access to your data, get password hashes, implement a keylogger, and even run code as the user your webserver runs.
Release Notes: This release can set custom payment periods for debit invoices, show an incrementing ID in recipe bookings, and add a link to newly-created objects in the flash message. Many bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: This release adds much faster invoice lists, integration of an account data importer for a major Swiss bank, compatibility with Ruby 1.9.3, and a productivity-boosting interface to assign invoices to payment booking.
Release Notes: The salary module now supports tracking of leave days. The design of the payslip was improved. You can now use alternative payment methods for partial amounts of debit invoices.
Release Notes: Tracking expenses with VAT is now much easier. This release adds a custom form to help users enter retailer recipes quickly. It fixes some bugs and makes it possible to specify since when timesheets should calculate the saldo for employees.
Release Notes: The time tracking module now has filters in lists, clever forms for doing batch entries, and a nicer timelog. Directly printing pages and reports in the browser now works well in tabbed views. Better headings quickly tell you what you look at. A major bug in salary pay slips with bad rounding was fixed. For developers, some new helpers simplify building new views. Using great gems like inherited_resources make controllers simple to understand, adapt, and build.
Release Notes: This release streamlines the interface and makes it much nicer on smaller devices like tablets and phones. Besides dozens of usability fixes, balance/profit sheet reporting is much more powerful. There is year by year comparison and better print support. Search results now provide more information, and all sidebar filters are now unified in look and functionality. Enabling mobile devices has been simplified tremendously by open source components like Twitter Bootstrap 2 and simple_form.
Release Notes: This polishing release uses zebra stripes to enhance usability, adds better translations (to make it simpler to find what you're looking for), provides hints when a list contains no items (to tell you why this list exists in the first place), and implements a unified, cleaner design of sidebar filters and pagers.
Release Notes: Non-matching payment bookings, imported from a bank, can now be cleaned up with a single click. Most pages will now produce sensible printouts using the browser's 'print' action. The active invoice filter is now highlighted. "Use as" information is shown in the attachment list. Twitter Bootstrap-style tooltips are now shown in the overview. The template list in the new booking form is no longer cluttered with salary-related booking templates. A stack overflow when an empty DebitInvoice is created was fixed.
Release Notes: This release brings functions for salary management, making it possible to create salary reports and payslips by entering just a little bit of information. It's currently tailored to Swiss law, but the framework will handle other requirements with ease. Localization for English has been improved and there is now a working language switcher. Invoices can now contain summary line items, and calculations for relative amounts are done in real-time while entering data. Many bugs were fixed.