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The Features and Bugs Listed Below
are for the current nightly build. These
features/fixes will be included in the next official
Update. These notes are for users who are
testing the nightly build.
This is not an official patch, so you should not deploy this update to a production environment.
This nightly build is our internal, development build and it is made available to you for the sole purpose of testing the new features that have been added and the bug fixes that have been made since the last official release. We are making this nightly build available to you so that you can provide us with feedback on whether the changes we are making are working correctly and have not introduced new issues.
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IMPORTANT: A new installer (called the Universal Installer) is used to install the nightly builds. To learn more about the Universal Installer, click here.
The Nightly build is installed using the Universal Installer. To open the Universal Installer, select the Help, Run Universal Installer menu command.
If you have previously installed a Nightly build (of any of the product variants) using the Universal Installer, the Universal Installer will display the install details on the Installed tab and you can simply click the Update button to install the latest Nightly build of that product variant.
However, if you have not previously installed a Nightly build using the Universal Installer, go to the the Available tab, select the product variant you want to install, click on the Version to Install link, select Nightly build from the Product to Install dropdown and set the install location. Then click the Install button
|UX Component - Panel Navigator||Pre-load Embedded Components in Panel Cards||
A common design pattern when building Web Applications is to use
a UX Component with a Panel Navigator and child Panel Cards as
the main controller for your application. Each of the Panel
Cards might contain an embedded component. The embedded
components are typically set to delay render till visible so as
not to slow down the loading of the main controller UX. However,
when the user gives focus to one of the Panel Cards, which
causes the embedded component to load, you might want the
embedded component to load instantly. This is now easily done by
pre-loading the embedded components when the main controller
component is loaded.
Date added: 2021-10-20
UX Component - List Control - Calendar Layout - (This feature is still under development and requires a Feature Key in order to enable it. We are making an early version of the feature available so we can get feedback from the community). To request a feature key, go to Help, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with "List Calendar Feature Key" in the subject.
The Calendar layout is a view of the data in a List See video:
UX Component - Panel Navigator - Panel Card - Embedded Component - Pre-load - You can now specify that Embedded Components in a Panel Card should be pre-rendered by making an automatic Ajax callback when the component is loaded. This means that when the user navigates to the Panel Card that contains the embedded component there is no delay while the component is run.
Your code in the event handler can reference the routeData variable. This variable is an object containing information about the route as computed by Google Maps.
Typical use cases for this event include populating a List control showing the computed route data.
Web Applications - Security Framework - DBF Tables - If users and groups were stored in .dbf tables, then at publish time Alpha Anywhere would incorrectly display a warning that there were no defined users and groups for the project.
UX Component - List Control - In-place Editing - Fixed a regression if you turned on in-place editing for a List and you did not define any settings the for in-place settings (In-place editing settings property), you would get an error when running the component.
UX and Grid Components - Text Dictionary Tags - If a text dictionary tag was not found in the text dictionary table, it resolved as a blank value. Now it resolves to the key value.