Check out the newest features and updates from Wijmo's second major release of 2020.
Wijmo has added support for the Vue 3 official release (version 3.0.0). Our wijmo.vue2.* modules have been upgraded to support Vue 3, so you can continue using the same Vue interop library from Wijmo.
Read more about how Wijmo supports Vue 3 in our blog from the Wijmo engineering team!
Wijmo also supports React version 17. We have updated our wijmo.react.* modules to support the latest version of React, so you can update your Wijmo packages and upgrade to React 17 now!
We added a showPlaceholders property to display the column header as a placeholder when editing cells. The showPlaceholders property is especially useful in the MultiRow grid and on grids that allow adding new items.
We also added a KeyAction.CycleEditable setting that causes the grid to move the selection to the next editable column then wraps to the next row—the KeyAction.Cycle Edit setting makes the grid faster to use for users only focused on editing.
Check out the Wijmo Build 5.20202.732 Release
Angular 10 has just released, and Wijmo already supports it! As always, we are committed to supporting the Angular project and its community.
As of 2020 v2, we are shipping ESModules. Previously, we had to disable ESM for compatibility with Angular 7 and 8 and an issue in the Ivy compiler. Now, we have enabled ESM and Wijmo will work seamlessly with the compiler.
Vue 3 is currently in beta. We are also releasing a beta version of Vue 3 support. Wijmo's Vue 2 package is compatible with Vue 3. We will continue to test against Vue 3 as it nears official release.
Wijmo Stock Portfolio is a financial sample that demonstrates the usage of Wijmo Components in an OpenFin application. The previous version of this app loaded multiple OpenFin applications in separate windows, allowing the user to organize the desired workspace.
OpenFin's new Platform API provides the ability to organize windows & views into logical workspaces out-of-the-box. The new Stock Portfolio App uses OpenFin Platform API and Wijmo Components.
Now you can specify custom editor controls using a single "editor" property on the Column class. The editor property simply needs to have an instance of a Wijmo input passed to it. You can use any Wijmo input that you want, including Date Picker, Numeric Textbox, AutoComplete, Color Picker, and more!
Take a look at the default editor (a simple textbox):
Compared to a custom editor using InputDate:
This new module gives you the ability to password protect PDF files. This includes the ability to specify a separate user password and owner password.
You can also define permissions for the PDF document including:
The MultiRow aspect allows you to defined multi-row layouts for a single record in a grid. Traditionally, there is a single visual row, but MultiRow breaks that paradigm. The transpose aspect is to repeat the records horizontally instead of vertically like in a traditional grid.
Here is an example of a MultiRow:
And our new TransposedMultiRow using the same data:
Note that the records scroll horizontally instead of vertically.
Check out the Wijmo 2020 v2 Release
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