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Webix in Practice: Digital Solutions for Agribusiness and a Cloud-based Tool for Quick App Development

We always feel happy when we learn how our UI library helps our customers translate their ideas into reality. Are you a Webix user? We would be glad to hear your story. Feel free to contact us with your showcases.

The opener of our new article series is an interview with one of the Webix users, a programmer Valeriy Kuznetsov. He develops digital solutions for both leading agricultural companies and small enterprises.

Webix allowed Valeriy to create an effective cloud tool for software development within a short time. The system is called WizXpert. This solution combines back-end, front-end, and hybrid mobile app development. The system’s interface is Webix-based.

How to Get PDF Reports from Webix Apps in the Most Convenient Way

With Webix UI library you can export any tabular app data into a PDF file. The recent Webix 6.2 offers even more capabilities regarding this feature. Now you can save views as images, format data specifically for the report, place several widgets into one PDF file, and enjoy many other useful functionalities. Make sure you haven’t missed any long-awaited updates.

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Webix February 2019 Follow-up

It’s about time to prepare your lighter clothing and sunglasses! Welcome the long-awaited spring! Let’s say goodbye to winter and recall the most important news and articles of February. Undoubtedly, the biggest event for our team was the release of Webix 6.2.

How to –°reate Multi-line Inputs for Homogeneous User Data

Very often you have to design web apps that collect a lot of monotonous data from users, e.g., information about their previous employment, skills, working hours, preferences, etc. This is when you face the time-consuming necessity to write code for many repeated input fields and maintain value processing logic.

Surely, you can solve this issue by allowing users to write anything their heart desires in a textarea. But such an approach has nothing to do with a user-friendly interface. Besides, processing the collected information can become a real headache in this case.

A better solution is creating one dynamic control which you’ll be able to apply multiple times to your complicated forms. Sounds interesting? Read on to learn how to do it.

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