Product changes

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Update - Look & feel of the back office UI

We made some changes/improvements to the user interface of the back office module and also to other places on the platform. For example, we added a gray overlay to the application's data (in the grids) when builder mode is activated. We added this because the focus in builder mode should be to structure the application, not the data being displayed.

The gray overlay to the application's data when you are in builder mode

Also, we improved:

  • Icons on pages and dashboards are customizable.
  • Images on a form got a max width size.
  • List property and checkbox values are now disabled in builder mode.
  • Fieldsets got a white background color after a form is saved.
  • The expression input field got an extend button at the bottom right so large expression definitions are shown completely.

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Update - Look & feel new web page wizard

We've updated the look and feel in the wizard for a new web page (endpoint). It has a fresher design that is more in line with the entire Betty Block platform. 

New look and feel in the wizard of a new web page (endpoint)

Switch to the web module of your application. At the top left you will find the 'new' button. Click on it and the wizard for a new web page appears.

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Update - Export grids instantly by one-click

We updated the export of data in the back office module. You can now instantly export current grids with its columns and data. By composing an export definition, the current properties (as columns) are set by default. The only thing left is press export.

Export a grid with or without column headers instantly with one-click

The default export definition is still customizable with other properties. Also we added a checkbox at the bottom that is called 'include headers'. This checkbox is used to export data with or without the column headers. When exporting with column headers, the export returns the label values instead of name values as headers. It's literally what you've defined in the grid.

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