0.1.6 released, providing full IMAP and Email Attachment support, options for reading HTML Emails; also, the stateful workbench was introduces
0.1.6EAP1 released, introducing IMAP support.
0.1.4RC3 released. All date-time values in the backend are now stored as UTC dates.
0.1.4RC1 released. conjoon now communicates with the Twitter API via Oauth.
0.1.3 series released with 0.1.3 and 0.1.3.1. DownloadManager gets introduced with this version.
A public demo of conjoon is available. 0.1.2 released.
0.1.1 is available
r1144 in the IMAP branch reflects our first commitment towards HTML5: Adding Application Cache to conjoon boosts startup times and reduces network overhead. The dev version lists 710 files in the cache, which equals to somewhat around 4,5 MB.
0.1 final is available
0.1RC3 is available
0.1RC2 is available
0.1RC1 is available, featuring Ext 3.1. Created “imap” branch to start working on long awaited IMAP features.
We have been working with conjoon for over a year now. In the meantime, we have migrated the application to Ext JS 3.0.3 and Zend Framework 1.9.4, and we have added support for the Ext.Direct-API. A lot of performance and stability improvements have been implemented and tested. V0.1RC1 is raring to go, and we give you V0.1RC1P for a sneak peek of things to come.
V0.1a3 ships with an installation wizard to simplify the installation procedure and upgrades to future versions of conjoon.
First public release V0.1a2 available.
Detached the silk icon set from the project and made available as a separat download. Some minor enhancements on the project web page while targeting middle of december as a launch date.
conjoon.org and conjoon.com are live! The open source project is officially announced and looses its project names “Intrabuild” and “ongoo”.
milestone “Ananda” completed. The target of this milestone was to have a first build that can be made public.
First teaser in the Ext JS forums for conjoon
milestone “Amelie” completed. The target of this milestone was to have a first reliable build of the email client.
Decided to implement a grid with lazy load functionality, to make interaction with the ui more smooth. The idea to Ext.ux.Livegrid is born.
Sandbox development started to investigate the interaction of Ext JS with the Zend Framework. Attached is a screenshot from this first cycle.