I'm pleased to announce the release of SpreadJS 11's first service pack! Service Pack 1 includes quite a few great enhancements that brings the user's experience even closer to Excel.
In previous versions, undo and redo for custom commands had to be handled with multiple functions. Now the user only needs to define the "execute" function, making it much simpler.
SpreadJS now supports tree hierarchies in the filter dialog, useful for dates and outlines. The hierarchies support conditional filters like text, number, and date, as well as color.
More protection options have been added to the sheet, including allowDragInsertRows/Columns, allowInsertRows/Columns, and allowDeleteRows/Columns. These options can also be set in the designer.
You can now add custom icons for individual IconCriterion in a custom icon set.
Diagonal line borders are now supported in cells and ranges. Several line styles are included, and they'rer supported in JSON serialize/deserialize, ExcelIO, and printing.
SpreadJS now supports vertical text in cells, just like Excel. Properties include alignment, indent, word-wrap, etc.
This feature is similar to the single underline support currently in SJS, but now provides a double underline option—ideal for any financial or accounting application. This also works well with the Cell Alignment, ForeColor, WordWrap, Indent, ShrinkToFit, and CellOverflow options.
For a detailed listing of fixed issues, please see the Release Notes for each platform.