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.

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!

Release 19 Now Available

Release 19 has been pushed out with the following changes:

CHANGE WEB All GraffitiWeb classes now instantiate jQuery in noConflict mode.
CHANGE WEB GraffitiWebAlert now queues calls until fully loaded.
CHANGE WEB GraffitiWebSyntaxEditor now holds all loading until RequireJS finishes it’s work.
CHANGE WEB GraffitiWebDatePicker now supports variable date formatting.
CHANGE WEB GraffitiWebDatePicker now uses a custom UI and different style dropdown.
FIX WEB GraffitiWebEmailValidator demo now properly shows suggestions.
FIX WEB GraffitiWebTabPanel now queues calls until fully loaded.
FIX WEB GraffitiWebQR now queues call until fully loaded.
FIX WEB GraffitiWebDatePicker now properly resizes based on the number of calendars displayed.

Release 19 Update

We believe we’ve completed the majority of work required to fix the issues with Release 19. We’re going to take the day to give everything a thorough test, then we’ll release. If you have any other bugs to report that don’t relate to JavaScript errors, please report them as soon as possible.