DHTMLX Touch 1.2: Unitlist, New Charts, and More

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Today we released a new version of DHTMLX Touch, a JavaScript HTML5 framework for developing mobile web interfaces. Version 1.2 fixes a few bugs, provides more stable and faster performance, and offers better compatibility with the latest iOS and Android platforms.

While preparing for this release, we have improved the documentation, which helps you to get started with DHTMLX Touch faster and use the full potential of the framework.

 
New Component – Unitlist

DHTMLX Touch 1.2 introduces a new Unitlist component that shows a list of items organized by groups (for example, in alphabetical order). You can define the structure and layout of elements inside each item in the list by a custom template.

DHTMLX Touch 1.2 - Unitlist

 
Charts: Updated Design and New Types

The new release also includes the updated HTML5 charting library that was previously introduced in DHTMLX 3.5. The charts have new polished design and support new chart types: donut, scatter, and radar charts.

DHTMLX Touch 1.2 - New Chart Types

 
Fixes and Improvements

The other enhancements and fixes include:

  • Updated visual designer tool: new Unitlist component, new charts, and the ability to share and save your design
  • Auto-complete for IDEs: Microsoft Visual Studio, PHPStorm, WebStorm, NetBeans, Aptana Studio, Eclipse, and others
  • Multiple fixes in form validation logic
  • Better memory management: automatic destructors clean up the memory, which helps to prevent memory leaks if the app has a complicated inheritance structure
  • Better support of full-screen mode
  • Multiple fixes related to performance and usability

 

You can download the latest update from the DHTMLX Touch page. If you have any questions, feedback or ideas for future releases, please post them in comments. We appreciate your feedback!

Comments

  1. Olivier S. September 17, 2012 at 5:57 pm

    Nice to see that you continue your work on dhtmlx Touch.

  2. Robert Mayer September 19, 2012 at 5:35 pm

    Congradulations on this release, guys. Great job!

  3. Abdul Basith December 9, 2012 at 9:04 am

    Does drag and drop is available for touch screen mobile. Like tree to grid drag and drop.

    • Ivan December 12, 2012 at 5:32 pm

      Unfortunately, no. This feature is not available in DHTMLX Touch.

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