Integration with Online Text Editors

There’s no doubt that a possibility to place an online text editor on the web page is a necessary and useful thing. Webix library offers a simple solution for such a task with just a bit of coding required.

For now, Webix provides support for such popular editors as Mercury, NicEdit, Tinymce, CodeMirror and CKEditor.

Mercury Text Editor


Integration with Online Geographical Maps

A possibility to add a location search mechanism to web pages is a frequently requested feature. Webix Library offers a simple and elegant solution for embedding online geographical maps into the web application.

This article will tell you how to add popular web maps such as Google, Nokia, OpenStreet and Yandex maps into a Webix app with just several lines of code.

Building Map View

Firstly, you should download the wrapper for the needed map from Webix open repository of helpers that connect your app to third-party applications without linking to them directly. Note that these extensions are not included into the default library package.

Secondly, once you’ve downloaded the necessary code file, you should include a link to it to the head section of your document. For instance, to embed Google Map you link to:

<script type="text/javascript" src="./googlemap.js"></script>



Webix 1.2: Integration with AngularJS and Backbone.js

We are proud to inform you about the release of Webix 1.2 with exciting enhancements and important additions. Version 1.2 adds integration with AngularJS, improves Backbone.js integration, fixes lots of bugs (more than 50!!!) and introduces a few nice API enhancements.

angular and backbone integration

JavaScript Webix Pivot in Your Web Application

Everyday millions of employees have to analyze complex data, create reports. Pivot table is a perfect web solution for those professionals who work with huge amounts of data.
Webix fast pivot


HTML Layouts with Webix

Where it may be useful

HTML5 provides multiple ways of arranging elements on the page. However, while building web apps we can still face tasks that can’t be solved with pure HTML and CSS. For example, there’s a problem of mixing percent and fixed size values in the same row. Another task that exercises the developers’ minds is making columns of equal height. The CSS Grid specification looks like a promising solution to such problems, but it’s currently at the draft stage and implemented only in Internet Explorer. If you need to have a greater layout flexibility here and now – that is where Webix Layouts can help.