Nubuilder 3

Re: Nubuilder 3

Postby Nurb432 » Sat Dec 28, 2013 8:45 am

ruiascensao wrote:Hi Steve,

Any update regarding the release of version 3?
I'm looking forward to work with the new release.

Thank you for your work and support!


I am also curious, as i was going to start a new project but if v3 is going to be coming soon i will wait for its release.
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Re: Nubuilder 3

Postby doutorchefe » Wed Jan 08, 2014 5:37 pm

Is this nuBuilderPro at github the new nuBuilder 3 already?? =)
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Re: Nubuilder 3

Postby xavier » Sat Jan 11, 2014 12:53 am

doutorchefe wrote:Is this nuBuilderPro at github the new nuBuilder 3 already?? =)

Definitively, it is (marked as 'Alpha' stage) !!!
I was afraid that the 'PRO' part of the name meant that v3 would only be offered in a SaaS fashion, leaving a limited version open source (as sugarCRM did).

Great job, guys ! the new app installs and boot up fine. I'm impacient to get the documentation !
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Re: Nubuilder 3

Postby Nurb432 » Sat Jan 11, 2014 10:15 am

doutorchefe wrote:Is this nuBuilderPro at github the new nuBuilder 3 already?? =)


Or is 'pro' a new non-free version? That would be a sad day.
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Re: Nubuilder 3

Postby xavier » Sat Jan 11, 2014 4:41 pm

Nurb432 wrote:
doutorchefe wrote:Is this nuBuilderPro at github the new nuBuilder 3 already?? =)


Or is 'pro' a new non-free version? That would be a sad day.


Doesn't looks so ! The nuBuilderPro code at the repository is fully installable and functional. I was afraid that the offrer were split between a limited free version and a new SaaS version...

BTW, I was also afraid that we had to wait the documentation to be online in order to start using this new version. But know what ? I was able to re-create my old v2 apllication from scratch in a few hours. If you know how to use v2, you can already use the v3 functionalities.

Great job, guys !
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Re: Nubuilder 3

Postby johan » Sun Jan 12, 2014 2:57 am

The introduction looks great. Looking forword to work with NubuilderPro.

Great job guys.

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Re: Nubuilder 3

Postby admin » Mon Jan 13, 2014 1:01 pm

Hi everybody,

nuBuilderPro is version 3 and on github and people can play around with it but we haven't got any install instructions yet.

system files start with zzz and wont clash with version 2 (zz)

We still have some bugs to iron out.

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Re: Nubuilder 3

Postby zazzium » Tue Jan 14, 2014 12:40 am

Hi Steven,

glad to see nubuilder3.

I browsed the new code and found something i would like to point out.
Using jquery markup like that is not very efficient.
jquery has to search the same DOM element over again to change the attributes.
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$('#id').css( 'width',  '310px');
$('#id').css( 'height', '300px');
$('#id').html( 'some value');
$('#id').css( 'top', '15%');
$('#id').css( 'left', '35%');
$('#id').css( 'border-style', 'solid');
$('#id').css( 'border-color', 'grey');
$('#id').css( 'border-width', '1px');
$('#id').css( 'position', 'absolute');
$('#id').css( 'background-color', 'white');
$('#id').addClass( 'nuShadeHolder');


When chaining up the selection and putting the css attribute as objects - jquery has to search the element just once and do its magick lightning fast.
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$('#id').css(
{'width':'310px'},
{'height':'300px'},
{'top':'15%'},
{'left':'35%'},
{'border-style':'solid'},
{'border-color':'grey'},
{'border-width':'1px'},
{'position':'absolute'},
{'background-color':'white'})
.addClass( 'nuShadeHolder')
.html( 'some value');


I run a test http://jsperf.com/zzz-jquery-id-chaining
The speed difference is about 70-80%

hope it helps
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Re: Nubuilder 3

Postby admin » Thu Jan 16, 2014 12:13 pm

zazzium,

Thanks for that I'll get on to changing it.

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Re: Nubuilder 3

Postby nuGent » Sat Jan 18, 2014 10:08 pm

xavier wrote:BTW, I was also afraid that we had to wait the documentation to be online in order to start using this new version. But know what ? I was able to re-create my old v2 apllication from scratch in a few hours. If you know how to use v2, you can already use the v3 functionalities.


Hi Xavier
I also downloaded the new version but I cannot get it to run past the login form. Can you give me a couple of tips on your install and setup procedures? I have modified config.php but I'm not sure about the two database files and how the templates are supposed to work. I also had errors importing the sql into MySql. I'm excited to try it out but have spent too long getting nowhere fast! Any help you can offer is much appreciated.
Regards, John
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