Grocery CRUD 2022
As you may have already seen, I've written a blog post about 2021 retrospective. Although I have completed my promised tasks, it wasn't at all what I was expecting. To sum it up I've spent way more time on creating this website, from having new product features.
Keeping this mind we need to keep the roadmap as minimal as possible. So for this year, I will try to deliver just one thing:
You may have heard that I am creating a version 3 behind the scenes, but you don't know much about it. Well... this year, I am trying to have the version 3 completed, so I can start promoting it before it goes live. Stay tuned as I will start announcements only when I am close to the delivery.
Just to have a list of features that many people are waiting for a long time that unfortunately I wasn't able to delivered them:
- Master/Detailed Grid
- Grouping with tabs
- Wizard form view
- Inline/Quick editing
- Relation n-n but with new entries
- relationNtoN to accept ordering at the juction table
- Image CRUD
- Multiple file uploading with database table
- Easy new skinning with CSS variables
- Multiple field types per field (e.g. relation 1 to N and date at the same time)
- Light/Dark theme
I am just adding this list here just to understand that I am listening to your requests, and I always have those features in mind. I've also learned that the hard way as for many customers these was a deal-breaker for them 😞. I've just wanted to list them to keep in mind that I will do my best to have any of these features on 2022, but I really can't promise anything.
I wish that 2022 will be the year that this pandemic will be over. I wish you all to have a great healthy year with happiness and joy. Oh, and thank you for all the support 🤗
Disclaimer: The current list is a plan of what I have as a plan to deliver for 2022 as a mini-roadmap of 2022. The achievement of these goals has complicated factors and planning on 2022 is kind of odd anyway! (remember... we still have the pandemic going on) So please treat the list of features and improvement as a to-do list rather than a contract!
Dec 28, 2021 by John Skoubourdis