Helps employees collaborate from anywhere
The application has been designed from the offset to help employees collaborate from anywhere, remember anything about anyone, stay informed, track time, capture feedback, flag opportunities, share expert knowledge, and manage tasks.
Build your very own productivity H.Q.
With this application, you will be able to employ virtual attendants, build your very own productivity H.Q., stay informed about everything, seamlessly track your own data, automate monotonous replies, personally respond to a crowd, share your progress, and route mail based on anything.
Supports mainstream web browsers
At the moment, Cerb has been successfully tested with the latest versions of the Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Opera, Microsoft Internet Explorer, Apple Safari, and Mobile Safari web browsers.
Under the hood and server requirements
Being a web-based app, Cerb needs to run on an operating system where Apache, Nginx or IIS web servers are available. These include GNU/Linux, BSD, Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X. Both 32-bit and 64-bit architectures are supported at this time.
In addition, your server must have MySQL database engine version 5.0 or newer, as well as PHP 5.3 or newer, with the dom, imap, gd, json, mbstring, mailparse, spl and mysql extensions. The memcache and xcache PHP extensions are also recommended.
How to install Cerb
To install Cerb, you will have to basically download the latest source code from the project’s Git or Subversion repository, set various permissions, configure the .htaccess file (only if you’re using Apache), create a database and user, open http://www.yourwebsite.com/cerb6/ in a supported web browser and complete the installation. More details can be found on the project's download page.
Reviewed by Marius Nestor, last updated on September 6th, 2014
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- [Web-API/Search/Tickets] In the Web-API, 'tickets/search.json' now provides a 'links' filter for returning tickets that are linked to other records or record types. This filter should always use the 'in' operator, and the values should be provided as a JSON-formatted array of contexts or context:id pairs.
- [Web-API/Search/Time Tracking] In the Web-API, 'timetracking/search.json' now provides a 'links' filter for returning time tracking entries that are linked to other records or record types. This filter should always use the 'in' operator, and the values should be provided as a JSON-formatted array of contexts or context:id pairs.
- [CHD-3829] [Search/Sphinx] When using the Sphinx search engine, errors are now handled more gracefully if the service isn't running.
- [CHD-3856] [Custom Fields/Files] Fixed an issue with 'file' and 'files' custom fields where the linked attachments could show up multiple times on profiles, peek, and worklists
Application descriptionCerb is a web-based, cross-platform and free software project designed from the ground up to act as a standalone, reli...