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Managing a project in software development is a challenging task: there are always lots of issues to face, team members who need to be controlled, deadlines that should be met in a timely manner, and tons of critical details that affect the whole project development. In this environment, time-saving practices take the stage and play a critical role: the better you master them, the higher the chances to successfully complete a project.
Should auld acquaintance be forgot, and never brought to mind? If this is about old code, it definitely should. Old stuff, however useful and cool it used to be, should be left to rest in peace when it becomes no longer relevant. The time has almost come. With the next large release of Webix 7.0, which will happen in the following September, we will remove outdated and seldom used API from the library. Do not worry, because these are really old-fashioned things. There are modern alternative solutions, and the old ones will still be available on GitHub. You will find the details below.
It’s been about three weeks since our latest Webix release. We are very happy to have received so much feedback from our users. Among messages and comments there are questions concerning migration to Webix 6.0, and one of the popular issues is still the “Where have all the icons gone?” question. That is why I decided to deal with this issue individually and share the salvation guide.
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