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Keep in Touch with Webix: How to Report Issues and Perform Feature Requests

We are happy to remind that you are warmly welcome to take part in the improvement of Webix products. There are different communication channels at your disposal. They allow requesting new features and reporting issues or bugs. In the course of time any widgets and controls require updates and upgrades. That’s why we strive to establish interaction and cooperation with our users. Don’t miss the chance to give us feedback and share your ideas using any convenient methods of communication.

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.

Webix 6.2 Release: Improved loading logic, tooltips everywhere and the new drag-n-drop mode

Webix has made yet another step to perfection. In version 6.2, you will find stylish tooltips for any part of the app and the update for server proxies that will help you load and save data more conveniently. Your users will have a visual export of charts to PDF and better drag-n-drop in data components. And we have other good news: Webix Jet 2.0 is out. You will find more goodies below.

Webix 6.2 Release: Improved loading logic, tooltips everywhere and the new drag-n-drop mode

How to Сreate 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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