dhtmlxSuite 4.5: List Control, Sidebar Drawer and Responsive Web App

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In case you’re looking for a JavaScript library for creating responsive web applications with less efforts, we have great news for you! dhtmlxSuite 4.5 update brings you a sidebar navigation drawer – a very convenient three-line menu feature that is widely used in the majority of mobile/tablet apps. Moreover, you now have the opportunity to learn and test our new demo application, that will serve you as a good example for getting know how to develop responsive web applications with DHTMLX.

DHTMLX 4.5 Update

Apart from it, we have a new component, several new features and many bug fixes and small improvements. So, here is a summary for you.

New responsive demo – apps for desktop, tablet and mobile

dhtmlx-responsive

We invite you to check DHTMLX CRM demo application. You may open it on different devices and see how it works (use QR code below for mobiles and tablets). This example shows that by using the basic functionality of dhtmlx components, you can create fully responsive web applications.

qrcode-resp-demo

Open the demo on tablet and mobile

dhtmlxList control

New component is here! Meet dhtmlxList, a JavaScript UI control for displaying items in a list view. List comes with a range of the most useful features – filtering, sorting, drag-and-drop, paging, and more.

List-img

Check the live demo on its page and other samples.

Sidebar Drawer

dhtmlxSidebar got a new feature: it can hide and expand by clicking on a three-line menu button. Sidebar Drawer can save the space on your mobile/tablet app, you can add animation to it to customize the way of sliding and appearing of the menu items in the Sidebar. Check demo

Sidebar-drawer

Images in dhtmlxForm

Since 4.5, you may insert images in the form – a new item type is added for this purpose. Check demo

form-with-photo

Full what’s new list can be found here. You’re welcome to download the Standard Edition of the library here.

PRO users will receive the link via email.

Feel free to leave your comments below! You may ask us “Where is dhtmlxPortal?” Well, sorry for this delay. It’s on its way, and will be released asap.

Stay tuned!

Comments

  1. kris October 6, 2015 at 7:34 pm

    dhtmlxList is awesome component, however it would be good to have the following features:
    1. Infinite scrolling via ajax (ie paging by ajax)
    2. attach to other dhtmlxComponents especially layout and popup

    • Ivan (DHTMLX team) October 12, 2015 at 1:44 pm

      Hi Kris, thanks a lot for your feedback! dhtmlxList is a new control and each feature request will be reviewed.

  2. Eduardo October 6, 2015 at 10:00 pm

    dhtmlx Suit es muy bueno,

    Seria fantástico poder usar iconos Glyphicons, FontAwesome, etc…

    Gracias por el trabajo

    • Ivan (DHTMLX team) October 12, 2015 at 1:43 pm

      Eduardo, thank you for your feedback and suggestion! We’ll consider adding support of Font Awesome in future.

  3. Khalid Abd Alla October 7, 2015 at 4:41 am

    Great working….
    you always bring what needed to real life

    • Ivan (DHTMLX team) October 12, 2015 at 1:41 pm

      We highly appreciate your feedback! Thank you!

  4. masdju October 10, 2015 at 5:00 pm

    will be more and more great. Good Job!

    • Ivan (DHTMLX team) October 12, 2015 at 1:40 pm

      Thanks a lot for your kind words! We’ll keep improving our library.

  5. mauro October 11, 2015 at 7:36 pm

    Well done. Also the new demo is very good. Being a demo is it possibile to have sources to learn your programming technics ?

    • Ivan (DHTMLX team) October 12, 2015 at 1:40 pm

      Thank you! Sure, please contact support @ dhtmlx.com and we’ll send you the link.

  6. Guillaume October 16, 2015 at 12:26 am

    That’s an awsome library! I can’t find browsers you’re supporting, especially Internet Explorer version! ;) IE8+ ? Thanks for adding this info in your doc.

    • Ivan (DHTMLX team) November 6, 2015 at 5:45 pm

      Yes, it supports IE8. It even works on IE6+ now, but we’re planning to stop support IE6 and IE7.

  7. Oscar October 18, 2015 at 9:15 pm

    The dhtmlxSuite product is aching for full AngularJS support! Is this really an impossible technical challenge for the dhtmlx development team that it has no choice but to ignore the possible substantial sales/income it can earn from AngularJS developers?

    • Eduardo Almeida November 6, 2015 at 10:20 pm

      Hello Oscar,

      The DHTMLX framework is ‘framework agnostic’ .. it means you can use it with every framework you want.

      Regarding ‘to provide’ support for angular, it is not possible, but not due a DHTMLX fault

      In fact, Angular works over a model/paradigm that pretty differs from frameworks like DHTMLX, which implements built in components, and does NOT requires you to create components from the scratch using html ..

      This what Angular does.

      The divergent point is just one: the architectural paradigm.

      On an Angular application, you view is html template, or a meta template (Jade) …

      On a DHTMLX application, you view is a javascript class which instantiate DHTMLX components.

      Of course Angular is not only a template driven solution, it implements several other things, like routing and directives.

      Unfortunately, the Angular router can not be used, or at least, you will not take all it advantage if using with frameworks which implements built in components.

      The directives, is just a syntax sugar over binding and syncing components. In other words, directives are just the ‘Angular model’ of binding component / data …

      DHTMLX provides a full featured model and APIs for bind and sync.

      Regarding routing feature, I dont know any public project which implements MVC and routing for those type of applications. All routers I know implements the same paradigm: explicit or meta templates

      I’m writing one based on the Marionette API( http://marionettejs.com/ ) .. it is not done yet .. but you can preview the API and a demo usage here:

      API – http://pastebin.com/PadxYw07
      demo – http://pastebin.com/HZzbJtAQ

      Then in resume, I don’t see any sense in implement Angular support, even why, you can easly it in mix with DHTMLX .. what you can not, is to expect that Angular works friendly with a completely different paradigm

  8. RIZKA ARIFIANTO November 4, 2015 at 4:29 am

    Awesome….DHTMLX makes my life much easier. 2 things that I have been expecting since a long time…workflow diagram and organization chart.

  9. Kai May 18, 2016 at 2:37 pm

    Hello,

    where gcan i get the code from “DHTMLX CRM demo application”?
    This demo ist great on mobile Devices.

    Thanx,
    Kai

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