Infragistics Updates Ignite UI for React and Web Components
- By John K. Waters
Cross-platform UI and UX toolmaker Infragistics announced this week the release of new updates to its enterprise-grade UI components for the Web. Ignite UI for React 16.12.4 and Ignite UI for Web Components 1.1.4 include new features for the Ignite UI Data Grid and one new preview component.
These releases of Ignite UI for Web Components and Ignite UI for React come with a long list of new features that includes:
- Cell Editing in the data grid - enables the user to edit the data presented to them in a web application.
- Cell Batch Editing -- allows developers to make multiple edits to various cells in the data grid and commit the changes to the data source all at once.
- ComboBox Column- allows developers to provide a combo box editor in a data grid that provides a list of values that can be filtered/searched, and a single item selected.
- Multi-Column Combo Box (Preview) - This new component is unique, in that it's a combo box that visualizes large amounts of data in a data grid embedded in the dropdown. It supports features such as filtering with auto-suggest, a material-based label, defining columns, controlling column header visibility, sorting, and more.
"To support our enterprise customers and their developers, we release new components, features, and enhancements to our React and Web Components toolkits the moment they are ready, said Brian Lagunas, Infragistics senior product owner and developer relations manager. "With these releases, the enhancements to our Data Grid components enable developers to provide their users with the features they expect and the best possible user experience."
Cranbury, NJ-based Infragistics provides enterprises with tools and solutions to accelerate application design and development, that also foster team collaboration.
John K. Waters is the editor in chief of a number of Converge360.com sites, with a focus on high-end development, AI and future tech. He's been writing about cutting-edge technologies and culture of Silicon Valley for more than two decades, and he's written more than a dozen books. He also co-scripted the documentary film Silicon Valley: A 100 Year Renaissance, which aired on PBS. He can be reached at [email protected].