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Webix has never been just a library. At first sight it looks like a static collection of widgets and ties between them, but an experienced eye will easily trace the system of reusable mixins and UI components. At the same time, Webix API allows anybody build homemade but fully functional tools. In this article we will cast the light on the peculiarities of prototyping in Webix and create an Office-like ribbon interface.
office like ribbon interface
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We are happy to introduce Webix 4.1 UI library with a Gage widget, Rich Text Editor control, and upgrades for Charts widget. This release of Webix JavaScript library will help you to solve the task of displaying dynamic data. You can create a dashboard for monitoring the performance of several resources and even a complex control panel like in a vehicle or weather station. For more information check our previous updates: minor Webix 3.4 and major Webix 4.0.

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Web dashboards are in high demand today as they have proven to be a helpful tool for at-a-glance analysis of complex data together with its laconic visual presentation. Although dashboards originated from desktop applications web environment requires something not typical for them – responsiveness. In this article we will find out what Webix has already issued to meet this requirement and build our own flexible web dashboard.
Creating Web Dashboards
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Developers don’t like monotonous coding. But even with a number of tools and frameworks one often has to configure big forms by hand. Webix offers to exclude this task from your daily routine with the help of a custom Form Editor tool which was built totally on Webix public API.

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Webix 4.0
September 27 is the most important day of the year for Webix community — as we have recently announced, it is the date of Webix 4.0 release. Read more


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