New feature - Undo and redo in the web UI builder
For those of you who had big frustrations deleting components or sets of components accidentally in the web UI builder, your frustrations and pains are a thing of the past. With this release comes the powerful feature to undo and redo in the web UI builder. If you are accidentally mistaken (deleting the wrong component for example), this feature will help you out.
The new undo and redo feature in the web UI builder
The undo and redo buttons are placed at the bottom left (above the device switcher). The undo button reverts the effects of the latest action that was executed. If that was a delete action to a component, that means that the delete is reverted. The redo button reverts the effects of the undo action. In this case, it means that the delete will be executed again.
Update - We did some small tweaks
Not only the big ones count, but also the small tweaks! We made several tweaks this release, and these are three of them:
- Changes in actions and events are updated in the cache properly again.
- Action events are shown (visually) next to each other in the action diagram. It gives you a better overview of your action and events.
- A web service header variable isn’t deleted after the name has been changed. Now you can modify the name as many times as you want. Also, the table with large variable values is displayed correctly in the web service panel.
Update - Improved sorting of grid filters and form components in the back office
We improved the performance of sorting form components and grid filters in the back office module of your application. Thanks to several changes, we made the sorting as fast as you can drag and drop in this area. You don’t have to wait anymore before your change is saved. After you have dropped the component that you were sorting, you can start directly with the next one. No more time spending on waiting in sorting these components results in an increased developer happiness.
Improved sorting performance of form components and grid filters