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Webix 8.2: Resources in Gantt, full-fledged math in Spreadsheet and more

Had hardly we said good-bye to snowflakes and garlands, the birdsongs herald the approach of spring. But warm news does not end here. A month ago we shared our roadmap for 2021 and today we are happy to deliver the first part of the updates – Webix 8.2. New version brings significant upgrades for Gantt, new math engine for Spreadsheet, updates for File Manager and Webix Core. So let’s dive in!

Webix 8.2

Webix in Practice: resources and project management platform for freelancers

Moving on with learning the experience of Webix users all over the world.  

We have a conversation today with a young and promising web developer from West Africa. Emmanuel Onah is now studying IT in Estonia and he has already got acquainted with Webix. Let’s see how helpful Webix can be for those dealing with the translating documents projects. 

interview with Emmanuel Onah

Webix in practice: when does DevOps need the front-end

Webix continues to grow its community of users from around the world.  

From this interview, you will learn how to connect 16 cameras of one bus and how DevOps was called in the previous century.  

We have a conversation today with a Webix user from Israel. Kiril Serebnik is a development operation engineer at Lumissil Microsystems company. The company is a division of Integrated Silicon Solutions Inc. (ISSI). They produce audio amplifiers, LED drivers, touch sensors, and other analog semiconductor products. Their solutions are provided for automotive, IoT, and industrial markets.  

Nice to see you, Kiril. Please, tell us a bit about your career. 

interview with Kiril Serebnik

New Strategy of Complex Widgets: Why Webix Jet

This year we have worked out a new concept of complex widgets and have already released the new ones: File Manager, Document Manager, Query, and User Manager. They were built from scratch as fully configurable Webix Jet app modules, which makes them flexible, powerful… and yet not very easy to master regarding the code. However once you grasp the concept, it opens great opportunities.

Life after File Manager 7.2: The benefits of Jet-based widgets

Let’s explore the technical features of the new widgets and learn of all the benefits of the Jet-based approach.

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