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Asaph 1.0

After two Beta versions of Asaph, here is what I call Asaph 1.0. This is the first proper release, even featuring a readme file and licensing information (GPL v3).

If you’re new to Asaph, watch the screencast on Vimeo.com to see what’s it all about. My own Asaph blog can be found at asaph.phoboslab.org.

Stickney Theme for AsaphMany issues with the RSS-Feed and bugs when editing posts from the admin menu were fixed in this release. I also included another template theme called Stickney which can be activated in the config file.

Download: Asaph version 1.0 – ZIP ~50kb

If you’re updating from a beta version, simply replace all your files (keep the data/ directory!) and edit your settings in lib/asaph_config.class.php. The database layout didn’t change, so there’s no need to invoke the installer.

Read the Asaph project page to learn more.

Sunday, April 6th 2008 / Comments (139)

Asaph Beta 2

Based on the wonderful feedback I got on my last post, I just put together a new beta version of Asaph. It fixes the most common problems people had with the last one. This includes:

Again, to install just unpack the zip, enter your database settings in lib/asaph_config.class.php, upload it to your webserver and point your browser to admin/install.php.

If you already installed the previous version, just replace all the files and skip the install step, as the database layout didn’t change.

Asaph version 1.0 – ZIP ~50kbUpdated: Asaph version 1.0

I have some more plans and ideas for future versions of Asaph. Don’t hold your breath though – this will take some time :)

Wednesday, March 26th 2008 / Comments (28)

Asaph Microblog – Beta

Asaph Over the past few weeks I developed Asaph – a small blogging system, that allows you to instantly post links and images directly from any page on the web. This makes Asaph the most fun to use application if you want to collect and show all the cool things you found elsewhere. Asaph is not a full blown blog and it does not aim to be one – it just does this one task, but it’s pretty good at it.

Watch a screencast to learn what makes Asaph worth using: Asaph Screencast on Vimeo.com

My own Asaph blog can be found at asaph.phoboslab.org.

Asaph is currently in Beta stage. It needs PHP5 and MySQL4 to run. To install, just unpack the zip, enter your database settings in lib/asaph_config.class.php, upload it to your webserver and point your browser to admin/install.php.

Asaph version 1.0 – ZIP ~50kbUpdated: Asaph version 1.0

Feedback is much appreciated!

Friday, March 21st 2008 / Comments (133)