New components will be added to the Syncfusion Blazor library:
A Tailwind-style theme will be added to Syncfusion Blazor UI components.
A median aggregation type will be added to existing types.
Support will be added for drawing a series with multiple measures in a single axis in a pivot chart.
Direct editing of a value cell will be possible without opening the edit dialog. This is applicable only if the value cell is made up of single, raw data. Otherwise, the editing dialog will be displayed.
This feature allows users to inject a named HttpClient instance directly into the DataManager component. When the application is configured with multiple HttpClient instances for various purposes, the user can select and inject a particular HttpClient instance to the DataManager.
Server-side grouping allows the rendering of records in a collapsed state when binding a large volume of data. Grouped items with “n” levels of data will be loaded on demand when the corresponding group is expanded.
Freeze specific rows and columns on the right side of the grid and make the remaining grid content scrollable.
This feature allows users to load large amounts of data without performance degradation in frozen columns. It makes the grid more efficient by loading data on-demand when scrolling vertically.
This feature allows users to control the rendering of the column chooser. Users can group checkbox items, display them in a tree view, etc.
This feature allows users to have a composite key or compound key in the DataGrid. Every primary-key-based action–such as edit, delete, selection persistence, and more–will be done in a row if and only if all the key columns match.
This feature allows users to have one-to-many relationship columns in a grid and perform data operations such as sorting, paging, grouping, filtering, and searching in that particular field.
Users will be able to write a custom sort comparer for a column to handle row ordering logic.
This feature allows users to expand or collapse detail rows based on a property in the primary row. This helps users to persist expand-and-collapse states between pages and grid actions.
This feature allows users to bind a collection of DynamicObject data to the TreeGrid when the model type is unknown during compile time.
Users will be able to load data on demand from a remote service with the help of SfDataManager while using the virtual scrolling feature.
Users will be able to bind a collection of DynamicObject data to the Gantt Chart while the model type is unknown during compile time.
Large amounts of data will be loaded without performance degradation. Only rows will be loaded and rendered in the content viewport of the Gantt Chart.
Allows users to export Gantt Chart data to a PDF document.
This feature allows users to merge the cells of table rows and columns. This helps create a larger cell in a table.
This feature allows users to customize the default browser’s behavior when pressing the Enter key in the editor. Users can specify which tag is to be inserted when the Enter key is pressed. It can be a line break (<br>), paragraph tag (<p>), div tag (<div>), or more.
This feature allows users to change the look of bullets for unordered lists, and it allows them to use different numbering formats for ordered lists.
This feature allows users to freeze the current swimlane row and scroll through the remaining Kanban content.
An option will be provided to print all appointments instead of only the viewport in the agenda view.
This feature enables rendering a mobile adaptive layout on desktop devices. Also, it provides an option to render a desktop view on mobile devices.
This feature displays a masked layout, above cells and appointments, that is rendered when scrolling.
This feature allows users to rearrange rendered panes in both LTR and RTL directions; content panes will be aligned accordingly.
This feature preserves a text box’s shape with a square wrapping style while viewing a Word document.
This feature preserves images with position properties and wrapping styles while viewing a Word document.
This feature preserves tables with position properties while viewing a Word document.
Document content will be displayed in two or three columns on a page.