With R2 2019 the jQuery library will see across the SpreadSheet component, including but not limited to:
Beyond this we are also adding highly requested features like Endless Scrolling in the ListView, and binding the Menu to a DataSource.
On the Angular side of the house we will of course be focusing on some of the bigger components including the Scheduler, Editor, and Grid. Beyond improvements to these UI components we will also look to the following for R2 2019:
The DropDown components will receive virtualization capabilities to help around high-performance scenarios, along with the ability to group lists within the drop downs.
Color Picker Component
Often used within the Editor component, and many other scenarios that calls for selecting a color, the ColorPicker component will be easy to add in to any existing Angular component.
For the KendoReact library we will continue to expand on features for the Grid and TreeView components, along with introducing new UI components to the library, including:
The DateTimePicker will allow for end-users to pick both a time slot along with a date within a single component.
The rich text editor will provide an intuitive way for end-users to take advantage of text editing capabilities within any React application.
The sortable framework item will help with rearranging UI elements that are in a list - available for KendoReact UI components and your own components as well.
Drag & Drop
With the drag and drop component React developers can easily set up simple HTML elements or extend more complex React components to be dragged and dropped across a page.
A major focus for the Vue library is to continue to enhance the native data grid by adding features like the filter menu and frozen columns, along with column virtualization and a few other features.
Beyond the Grid the SpreadSheet component will receive additional attention bringing in additional events, support for images, and comments.
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