Introducing eyeSheets 2

It’s time now to introduce eyeSheets 2 because eyeos 2.0 will also update its spreedsheets application. In the 2.0 version eyeSheets will be redesigned and new features will be added to provide its capabilities.

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The eyeos team has been working to create an application capable to work with other Spreedsheets products such as Open Office or Microsoft Excel. Some new features that eyeSheets 2 will bring are:

  • Formulas, to assign values to a cell or range of cells, with the typical format: (=expression) as functions, arithmetic and relational operators.
  • Conditional Formating, that will allow the user to apply format to a cell or range of cells.
  • Graphs, charts and histograms, to be generated from specified groups of cells which are dynamically re-built as cell contents change. The generated graphics component can either be embedded within the current page or added as a separate object.
  • Cell locking, to prevent accidental overwriting.

Stay tuned for new presentations (we’re close to the date ;-) )

It’s time now to introduce eyeSheets 2. eyeos 2.0 will also update its spreedsheets application. In the 2.0 version eyeSheets will be redesigned and new features will be added to provide its capabilities.

The eyeos team has been working to create an application capable to work with other Spreedsheets products such as Open Office or Microsoft Excel. Some new features that eyeSheets 2 will bring are:

  • Formulas, to assign values to a cell or range of cells, with the typical format: (=expression) as functions, arithmetic and relational operators.

  • Conditional Formating, that will allow the user to apply format to a cell or range of cells.

  • Graphs, charts and histograms, to be generated from specified groups of cells which are dynamically re-built as cell contents change. The generated graphics component can either be embedded within the current page or added as a separate object.

  • Cell locking, to prevent accidental overwriting.

Stay tuned for new presentations (we’re close to the date ;-)

9 Responses to “Introducing eyeSheets 2”

  1. Robin says:

    Bloody hell only 20 more days !!!.
    I CANT TAKE THE PRESSURE ITS TOO AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. Adnan says:

    Looking good

  3. mapi says:

    This sounds great!!! Both excel and OO features is a very very good hit!!!

    What about collaborative on that documents?

  4. WOW, I just CANT WAIT for the new eyeOS!!! Will the office suit in 2.0 still require us to run open office on an external server?

  5. Silencer (Karsten) says:

    Please devs, answer my questions concerning office support as well (http://forums.eyeos.org/index.php/topic,5219.0.html).
    And do you need help finishing 2.0 (there was no reply after contacting you here: http://www.eyeos.org/en/communities)?

  6. Peter Willemsen says:

    Wow the new eyeOS look’s very awesome! :D
    Every time I see more of this beautifull web OS I get more and more impressed.
    I’m programmer for a online multi-player game, and I gonna tell the server manager about this, so we can use a web os instead of e-mail, because eyeOS can do a lot more :O

    The whole eyeOS team is doing great work ;)
    The os is looking very innovative :(

    Regards,

    Peter Willemsen from the Netherlands

  7. Jacques says:

    Please guys, change the software name for the right one!!!
    It’s eyeSpreadsheet not eyeSheet.

  8. sho says:

    @Jacques

    I like eyeSheets, its easier to pronounce as it flows.

  9. Hi there, just wanted to leave a quick comment about the interface of your blog. It is really easy on the eye while also being catchy. I think I will do something similar for my blog as well. Thanks for the nice blog share.

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