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How to Fix the Wijmo Glyph Bug in Chrome for macOS

We're sorry to say that we introduced a minor glyph bug in build 403. In Chrome for macOS, 4 of the wijmo glyphs do not render correctly. The broken glyphs are calendar, clock, minus, and plus.

Wijmo Build 5.20173.403 Available

Build 5.20173.403 has released. It includes a huge list of bug fixes, nice new OLAP features, FlexGrid performance improvements, and some very cool samples.

2018 Roadmap for Wijmo JavaScript UI Controls

In 2018, in addition to continuing to work with you to improve Wijmo and add the features you want, we'll continue to keep apace with industry changes in frameworks and technologies.

The Best React Data Grid: FlexGrid

While React has only recently risen to front-end web development ubiquity, data grids have been one of the most common visual software elements since the advent of UIs themselves. The popularity of React and commodity of data grids means there are a plethora of options for adding one to your application. FlexGrid included with GrapeCity's Wijmo is the best plug-and-play data grid for React.

Creating Simple Reports with React and Wijmo Core

Reporting is a common requirement for business applications, and React is one of the most popular JavaScript libraries.

Wijmo 2017 v2 has Landed

Wijmo’s second major release of 2017 has landed, and it’s full of exciting new controls and developments— comprehensive accessibility support, a new JavaScript TreeMap control, Angular 4 support, and an interactive learning guide!

SPEC Out Your Perfect JavaScript Framework

I'm extremely excited to announce that today, as an interactive companion to the JavaScript frameworks e-book I authored, we're releasing the online SPEC quiz to help you find the perfect JavaScript framework for your team. If you want to learn more about the story behind SPEC, along with how and why I developed the methodology, read on!

New E-book: How to Select a JavaScript Framework for Your Team

We're pleased to announce the publication of "How to Select a JavaScript Framework for Your Team," a Wijmo e-book published by GrapeCity. Even if you're not currently a JavaScript developer, this book is an easy read and a must-have for any developer considering the jump to JavaScript. It teaches you about the strengths and weaknesses of JavaScript’s top frameworks (Angular, AngularJS, React, Vue, Knockout) and offers a methodology for selecting which framework works best for your team and project.

Webinar: Get Started with JavaScript Frameworks (and select one for your team)

Selecting the best JavaScript framework for your project and your team can be a difficult choice. In this webinar, I'll take you through the top five JavaScript frameworks.

Webinar Tomorrow: Get Started with JavaScript Frameworks!

May 24: Get Started with JavaScript Frameworks (and select one for your team)

Webinar: Get Started with JavaScript Frameworks (and select one for your team)

May 24: Get Started with JavaScript Frameworks (and select one for your team)

How to Create a Dynamic Dashboard in React

A while ago one of our customers asked for a sample showing how to create a “dynamic dashboard”—one like those you can create in the Google Analytics app. The image below shows an example:

Wijmo Build 5.20162.207 Available

We've just released Build 207 and it includes some huge interop improvements, nice new features, some new samples and, of course, bug fixes.

How to Use Wijmo Controls in ReactJS Apps

Here's a quick introduction on how to use Wijmo controls in your ReactJS applications. As of Build 207, Wijmo officially supports ReactJS.