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.
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.
Even though the summer is in full swing, our team of developers has been working hard to bring you the new version of Webix. Webix 5.4 includes the new WJet utility that will help you start working with Webix Jet, GraphQL and Firestore support, updated SpreadSheet and Scatter chart widgets, and usability improvements for Form Builder and Snippet Tool. Check out the What’s new page for the full list of updates.
Spring work is going on with joyful enthusiasm, and the Webix team introduces updates for the UI library and for Webix Jet micro framework. Spreadsheet has been given a number of usability upgrades, and documentation is now supplied with links to live snippets. You can also choose any icon font for Webix skins, including Material design icons and Font Awesome 5. Read further to find out details about the release.
This week’s adventure is another visit to the kingdom of the Most Recognizable User Interfaces. Trello provides one of the best interfaces for task management. A single glance reveals all the latest tasks, who’s working on them and what tasks are planned. Let’s look at how the same interface can be created with Webix UI library.
The kingdom is populated by UI architects and builders, so during this trip, you’ll watch the construction of a small but amazing castle. The main unit for the castle will be Webix Kanban. You can see the live demo and get the blueprints from GitHub. And now the adventure begins.
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