Hey, guys!

Let’s be clear, have you also been affected by Pokemania? How many Pikachus have you caught by now? 😉 Yes, we also were exploring the streets, but not at working hours, when we were preparing the release of Webix 3.4. Don’t miss it, the launch day is the 26th of July.

Webix 3.4 coming soon

What to expect from our new Webix 3.4 update?

Both under GPL license and in PRO edition:

1) Webix Remote for PHP and NodeJS (built-in solution for tight integration between the server-side and client-side code);

2)  Month and Year pickers;

3)  API to hide/show options in Tabbar and Form controls;

Only in PRO edition:

4)  Four new sparkline types (Bar, Area, Splice and Pie) for DataTable and TreeTable;

5)  Formatting patterns for Form inputs;

6)  Frozen rows feature for DataTable;

and, of course, lots of other updates and bug fixes.

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While football players are restricted by the field area (watching the championship, eh?), web developers compete with each other in an even smaller battlefield called viewport. And the one wins who manages to occupy every inch of it wisely.

carousel widget vs multiview


Still,  you can always add one more layer  to your application and choose content you’d like to show first. No doubt, Webix is always at hand with ready-made solutions for multiple-view layouts:  

  • Accordion widget
  • Carousel widget
  • Multiview widget

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Hi guys!

Today, we will continue highlighting the most useful articles for the newcomers that have been published in the first half of this year.

Webix blog

Webix TreeMap – Power of Visualization

Still don’t know how to visualize your data? With the help of Webix TreeMap we will show you how! Webix TreeMap is a powerful widget that can display hierarchical data on a proportional basis. It is interactive, easy to read and quick to analyze. Read more

Hi guys!

Today, in the middle of June, we would like to share with you a fresh and still hot showcase directly from sunny Argentina. It was kindly provided by Diego Ferruchelli.

data analysis


“Curvas (Spanish for “curves”) is a tool for data analysis and business modeling intended to be used in such spheres as agricultural insurance and risk management. It was prepared as a part of my independent consulting services for a local company which was developing a new product in this field.

I was using Webix for another application, and I felt it was the natural way to go with this one, in which good user interaction and charting are key features. Read more

“Thanks God it’s Friday” – that’s what people say as they feel a great relief after a fruitful working week. I want to make this day even more happier and suggest the cure to a common developer problem – user inputs.

We all want to collect as much information from users as possible, while making this process predictable and controlled with respect to user freedom of choice. In this article we will try to squeeze through the variety of Webix combobox controls to solve this task.


As a teaser, I’m giving you the numbers: Webix offers 7 ready-made select widgets and 7 suggest lists for autocomplete options alongside with great possibilities to customize and mix them all to create an ultimate web combobox! Read more