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WebInvoicer is a Web-based "Point-Of-Sale" application written in PHP and MySQL. Originally written to serve as an invoice utility for a Linux company, it is suitable for any type of retail business.


Recent releases

  •  04 Sep 2004 20:28

    Release Notes: Major changes were made. The code was refactored to allow painless upgrades. Frames were added in an attempt to improve the user interface. Also, unpaid invoices can be viewed now.

    •  20 Jun 2004 03:44

      Release Notes: This version fixes a bug in createinvoiceinsert.php (material variables were not being grabbed through $_POST, and no materials were being added to the database). Also a couple of minor usability changes were made.

      •  01 Jun 2004 07:24

        Release Notes: The number of invoices for each company is now printed in the "Review Invoices" button in choosecompany.php. createinvoice.php was refactored, and the form and database insert code were separated and moved to its own include, significantly improving the look of the page and the logical flow of the user interface. $tax_rate initialization was also removed. A typo in sql.txt was fixed - the value for 'PR' now reads 'Proposal' in table "type". This change only affected printed invoices.

        •  23 May 2004 17:12

          Release Notes: was reformatted, and the formatting in choosecompany.php was improved. A new "Edit Company" button was added. Sorting by column was implemented, and the variable naming scheme in choosecompany.php was cleaned up. Each page is now titled according to function. Test scripts materials.php and testing.php were no longer needed and have been removed.

          •  14 May 2004 04:07

            Release Notes: Two database structure changes were made. A listbycompany.php file was added to display all transactions by company. Other minor changes were also made.


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