GraffitiSuite and Xojo Desktop 2.0: Part 1

We’ve all known this was coming for a while. Today, with the release of Xojo 2021R3, it became a reality. Xojo has created a new set of controls for Desktop to replace the legacy controls which will modernize the API for the user interface as well as bring the APIs for Desktop, Web, and Mobile closer together.

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Release 43 Now Available

JOHNSON CITY, TN (November 18, 2021) — GraffitiSuite is pleased to announce Release 43 for Xojo Desktop and Web!

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Release 41 Now Available

JOHNSON CITY, TN (August 3, 2021) — GraffitiSuite is pleased to announce Release 41 for Xojo Desktop and Web!

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Release 38 Now Available

JOHNSON CITY, TN (March 29, 2021) — GraffitiSuite is pleased to announce GraffitiSuite Release 38 for Xojo Desktop and Web!

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Release 29 Now Available!

JOHNSON CITY, TN (June 7, 2019) — GraffitiSuite is pleased to announce the release of GraffitiSuite Release 29!

As always, this GraffitiSuite release includes a large number of bug fixes, and new components for each target platform.

For Desktop we’ve added GraffitiSignature and GraffitiTextField. GraffitiSignature provides a simple means of capturing touch or mouse input for capturing a user’s signature. GraffitiTextField is a custom canvas component that serves as a backing for a TextField that handles labels, icons, clearing functionality, autocomplete, and more!

For Web users can now take advantage of GraffitiWebImagePicker. With support for chunked uploading and a beautiful modern design, GraffitiWebImagePicker is sure to make a great addition to almost any Web project.

For a full overview of changes in this release, please visit the changelogs at https://graffitisuite.com/wiki/doku.php?id=changelogs:r29

View the Release 29 Newsletter at https://mailchi.mp/d8f9db98ca28/4iyi7u7j1x

ABOUT GRAFFITISUITE
GraffitiSuite is an ever-expanding set of classes for Xojo Desktop and Web targets that aims to both ease development and provide access to advanced features and user interface concepts without unnecessarily complicating your project code.

ABOUT GRAFFITISUITE SOLUTIONS
GraffitiSuite Solutions is a software development consulting firm based in Johnson City, TN, and has been providing custom Xojo development, components and solutions since 2003.

See https://graffitisuite.com/ for more information.

Release 25 Now Available

Johnson City, TN (February 1, 2018) — GraffitiSuite Solutions is proud to announce Release 25 for GraffitiSuite Desktop and Web Editions!

Included in Release 25 are major bug fixes, compatibility improvements, and new products.

For R25, we focused on improving not only the end-user’s experience, but also the developer’s experience. We’ve done some work converting old Constant values for properties to Enumerations and added properties and methods that were previously missing and frequently requested for a number of the classes.

In the realm of new products, Desktop Edition has three new classes (GraffitiNote, GraffitiSettings and GraffitiTabBar), while two new classes have been added to Web Edition (GraffitiWebLabel and GraffitiQRReader). These new classes are sure to be a welcome addition to any developer’s arsenal.

In terms of bug fixes, for Desktop, GraffitiHTMLEditor has seen a plethora of changes aimed at improving support on MacOS primarily. Other notable changes are to GraffitiGrid, GraffitiCalendar, and GraffitiSlideshow. For Web, there are very few of our products that didn’t receive some work in this release, and improvements were made to our base class to improve support across the board.

For more detailed information about this release, view the ChangeLogs at https://goo.gl/QAn1S4.
View our Web Edition demo at https://goo.gl/SBmtkG.
Download a Desktop 32- or 64-bit demo at https://goo.gl/cqUc29.
Or view pricing and register at https://goo.gl/vn4ga7.

Release 24 Now Available

GraffitiSuite Release 24 is now available for both Web and Desktop! While Release 23 focused on adding new classes to our line-up, we primarily tackled issues with this release, fixing many bugs that hadn’t made the cut in the last release. We’ve also completely rebuilt GraffitiHTMLEditor for Desktop, and added a LOT of functionality that all customers have been asking for.

To view the Change Logs for Release 24, click here.

Release 23 Now Available

GraffitiSuite Release 23 has finally landed! With 13 new classes and a massive amount of bug fixes and feature requests, we have once again topped our record for largest release! Check out the full ChangeLogs here.

We’ve also revamped out documentation in to a Wiki format, where our customers can now pitch in to help clarify class usage, or fix inconsistencies! You can try out the wiki here.

Coming Soon for Desktop

So Anthony has been working really hard on a new class for Desktop, and it’s looking awesome! He’s looking back over years of customer emails, support tickets, and forums posts to try and create exactly what everyone wants…a GREAT grid control for desktop. Don’t believe me? Check this out…

graffitigrid

Now, it’s not quite ready for release yet, but some more testers would be nice. If you have a current subscription to GraffitiSuite Desktop, just use the contact form on the GraffitiSuite home page to get involved! Break the class, suggest features, help Anthony make a truly awesome Xojo Desktop Grid.

[UPDATE]
Even more new features to make it the best yet…

graffitigrid

[UPDATE 2]
GraffitiGrid now draws a fully populated list at full-screen in 0.002000000000000000050836482 seconds!

What’s Next…

(Release 21 is a Web Edition only release, as there were no reported bugs or requested features for Desktop Edition since Release 20.)

Is that really what you want to know? Well, for release 21 we will not only be pushing out our stability rewrite…but…three all-new classes that are going to push your Web Apps even further! Oh, and we’ve deprecated the old DatePicker in favor of a new implementation that’s completely awesome. That brings this release to nine additions, and one fix.

The new classes are lacking some features that many of our other classes are missing, and we’ll be adding that as requested. As an example, WebStyle support. Many people seem to be perfectly happy using the styles we provide, so adding WebStyle support isn’t usually a priority (especially when you have full access to the CSS in the class’s source code); we take care of that when you need it. Our turn-around is generally quick on things like that, but some classes will require a considerable amount of work for WebStyle support. In some cases we have to completely refactor a component to get that support in.

Release 21 is very near now. We’re looking at a few other prototypes to see if they’re ready for this release, then we’ll do final testing and push it out.

Thanks for choosing GraffitiSuite!