- TIWjQGrid and TIWjQDBGrid have been greatly enhanced/extended (new demo coming soon):
- New TjQGridColumn.LookupList property (TStrings) allow columns to have work as a lookup field
- Columns with Date data type can be edited through jQuery UI standard DatePicker
- New TIWjQGrid Option goShowFilterToolbar. When True, the default filter toolbar of jQGrid will be enabled
- New TIWjQGrid.FilterOptions property. Allow customization of appearance and behavior of the filter toolbar.
- New TIWjQGrid.DatePickerOptions property allow customization of appearance and behavior of DatePicker associated with Date columns
- New TIWjQGrid and TIWjQDBGrid properties: HeaderWordWrap – allows grid header word wrap, AutoWordWrap – allows word wrap of grid content cells, VerticalAlign – control vertical alignment of grid content cells.
- New methods ToggleToolbar (shows/hides the toolbar) and SetSelection(const ARowId: string) (sets the selected row, based on ARowId parameter)
- Many more internal enhancements
- Exposing Css property of TIWRegion and TIWTabControl (they can also be styled via Css property using an external style sheet)
- TIWClipboard completely refactored and extended. New properties/methods allow that new data types can also be stored/retrieved. Example (new demo coming soon):
- Storing a string: UseSession.Clipboard[‘MyData’].S := ‘some string here’;
- Reading a string: var myString := UseSession.Clipboard[‘MyData’].S;
- Storing an integer: UseSession.Clipboard[‘MyInteger’].I := 54;
- Reading an Integer: var myInt := UseSession.Clipboard[‘MyInteger’].I;
- Many more properties to store different types of data, type safe: L (Int64), U (UInt64), F (Double/Float), D (DateTime), B (Boolean), O (Object reference, not owned)
- Fix built-in styles with jQGrid
- Function TIWFileUploader.CheckMimeType() moved to IWMimeTypes.pas as method TIWMimeTypes.CheckFileMimeType()
- Introduced a workaround for a Delphi 11 bug which affects some zLib stream classes. This bug does not affect IntraWeb applications but we decided to include it in our zLib libraries anyway.