Webix team is proud to introduce the newly released Webix 5.0. It includes the updated Webix Jet framework, three new widgets and some useful feature upgrades, such as export of widget styles to Excel. Enjoy!
Being keen on data management and visualization, Webix always stays flexible and open for interaction with other frameworks, so your creativity will never be limited. The UI library can easily welcome your favourite maps, text editors and visual data-driven tools like Sigma, Raphael and D3 charts in addition to JS Chart widget.
Performance is a key feature of modern web applications. It is a mountain you have to climb to win your customer’s heart, but sometimes its top remains unreachable due to heavy tasks the application has to perform on the client side.
Take, for instance, Webix Pivot table JS widget. It does a hard job of calculating and aggregating data and may leave the UI unresponsive if the data is too big. Fortunately, from version 4.2 the widget comes supplied with an HTML5 Web Worker, which takes all the data processing into a separate thread.
With Webix you can also follow the TypeScript pattern and enjoy all the benefits of static typing from hints on methods’ usage during development to stable applications in the long run. The article below will tell you how to do it.
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