Webix team brings good news that will warm you during cold autumn days. Webix 6.1 presents a new widget for adding comments, the updated Kanban and ultimate skin support for complex widgets. Read on to find out more.
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.
The long-awaited day has come: Webix 6.0 is here. And it hasn’t arrived quietly, so fasten your seatbelts and prepare for most dramatic changes. Webix now has a new default material skin. You can build your own Webix pack only with the widgets you need.
Read on to find out what awesome updates await you and how to integrate them.
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More tips and tricks from Webix await you today! If you want to know more about building good-looking interfaces, read on. You will learn more about creating dashboards, turning simple widgets into something more sophisticated and developing with Webix Jet.
I also have a demo for you, so grab the sources from https://github.com/webix-hub/student-dashboard-demo.
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If you want to create applications that let your users build interfaces themselves, read on and find out how you can achieve this with Webix. Building dynamic user interfaces can be partially achieved with Webix Dashboard. In some cases, like building forms, you can use Form Builder. This service uses AbsLayout as the area for UI building. I will show you how to equip AbsLayout with Drag-n-Drop and use it for rearranging, adding, and deleting UI components.
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