I’ve removed Tabulate’s dependency on the REST API plugin, because that’s now been moved in to core WordPress. (Actually, that happened rather a while ago, but I’m slack and haven’t been paying enough attention to Tabulate this year; other things going on!) I hope to get back to adding file-field support to Tabulate sometime soon. […]
It turned out to be simpler than I’d thought to add the ENUM-modifying feature to Tabulate’s schema editor, so I’ve done it and released version 2.9.0.
I’m trying to figure out if it’s worthwhile adding better support for enumerated fields in Tabulate. MySQL’s ENUM type is useful when one has an immutable list of options such as days of the week, seasons of the year, planets in the solar system, or suits in a deck of cards. It can also be […]
One of the sad things about open source software is the process of working on some code, feeling like it’s going somewhere good and is useful to people, but then at some point having to abandon it. Normally just because life moves on and the higher-priority code always has to be the stuff that earns […]
There’s a problem with uninstalling Tabulate. Fatal error: Class ‘WordPress\Tabulate\DB\Grants’ not found in C:\work\public_html\wp\stage\wp-content\plugins\tabulate\uninstall.php on line 8 The uninstall.php file shouldn’t know anything about the actual plugin. It shouldn’t use any classes or functions from the plugin itself. This problem should have been caught before now, though, because the tests all run uninstall.php in their […]
I’ve just added a new feature to Tabulate, that allows for the exporting (to CSV) of the set of filter values (for multi-valued filters) that are not found in the data. It also now tells you, next to each multi-valued filter, how many values you’ve got in the search field.
I’ve been getting confused about why an HTML form I’ve been building inside a WordPress shortcode has been getting redirected after submission. Turns out it was because I was using p as a name for a request variable, and that’s not allowed. It’s one of the names used by WordPress core; there are a few […]
I’ve been working on a system for integrating custom queries and outputs into Tabulate. So far, it’s only been possible to use MySQL views to combine data from different tables, and the output has been just the same as for base tables. I keep wanting to be able to apply custom formatting to columns or […]
I’ve just realeased version 1.0.0 of Tabulate, a WordPress plugin for working with data in a site’s MySQL database. I’ve been using it for a few months in production, and the shift from 0.* to 1.0 was fairly arbitrary — it just seemed stable enough now. The new feature that got included in this release […]