More than three years after it was last seen in the KOffice 1.6 release Kexi, a Microsoft Access-like data manager, makes a return with the release of KOffice 2.2.0 release.
With more than three years of development behind them the KOffice team today announced the release of KOffice 2.0. During the three years the team ported the KDE-based office suite to Qt4 and the KDE4 libraries and it says the new product improves integration between KOffice components and reduces duplication of functions between components.
Zend debuts PHP Middleware stack: Already massively popular for web programming, PHP is now getting its own stack. The new Zend Server packages PHP for Web application deployment and code acceleration, problem diagnostics, monitoring, updates and even a Web server.
Sun releases VirtualBox 2.2.0: Sun Microsystems today announced the release of its VirtualBox 2.2.0 virtualisation software. VirtualBox 2.2.0 is a major release which includes one of the most anticipated features: OpenGL 3D acceleration support for Linux guests.
KDE ships KOffice 2.0 release candidate: The KDE team today announced a release candidate for its KOffice 2.0 suite. The release fixes many outstanding bugs in preparation for its final release.