For the upcoming R1 2019 release we are looking to add a couple of new components.
The new MultiViewCalendar component will provide a quick way to show two calendars side-by-side and give users an intuitive way to select a single date, or a range of dates, within one single component.
The DateRangePicker component allows for end-users to interact with dates by providing a start and end date to be selected within a single UI component.
The Rating widget will provide an easy way to provide a score of a particular range (e.g. 0-5) through a simple interface. Think of rating a movie from 0-5 through clickable stars.
For Angular the R1 2019 release will continue to focus on one of our biggest components yet, the Scheduler. The initial release of the component was missing a few of the features folks need, so with R1 2019 we will continue to add new features, including improvements to resource management, recurrence, and interacting with events.
While other improvements are going to be made across the suite, another piece to note is that the various DropDowns within Angular will also all be improved to provide the ability to group drop down lists as well as increase performance through virtualization.
With React we will continue to expand the set of native React components that we offer, including:
The MaskedTextBox component provides your end-users with an intuitive text input component that any mask could be applied to. Whether you're inputting a date, phone number, or a zip code, the MaskedTextBox can provide a template for your users to fill in.
The Window widget serves as a popup component that can be set to any content, including any custom HTML that your applications call for. The popup features minimize, maximize, and close functionality.
The TreeView widget gives developers an intuitive way to display hierarchical data. Whether it is for navigation or for data manipulation with parent and child elements this component is a perfect fit.
While there are several features being planned for the Grid, the most popular features we are targeting includes a built-in filter menu, column menu, and context menu.
The Vue roadmap for R1 2019 aligns with the jQuery roadmap, which means that we are targeting the following new components for our Vue offering.
The MultiViewCalendar component, which is already available in React and Angular, renders two calendars side-by-side to allow users to interact with date selection across two different months.
The DateRangePicker takes the MultiViewCalendar component and adds it in to a real estate-saving drop down widget.
The new Rating widget targets the ability to input a value within a certain range (say 0-5) and easily bind to said value.
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