The official release of Syncfusion’s Essential JS 2 for React offers new schedule and map controls and other features.
Essential JS 2 for React is now final! It includes significant improvements, stability, and new features for major components such as the grid and chart. It’s ready for production applications and has been added to our Essential Studio main build.
This also comes with a new set of Syncfusion’s most-requested and long-awaited components:
A new high-contrast theme has been added to enhance component usability for people with vision impairments. This adheres to web accessibility standard WCAG 2.0 Level AAA.
Move the origin of a chart to any point within the chart area.
Customize axis labels in multiple levels.
A new date-time category axis has been added.
Spline area series type has been added to chart.
Multicolored line type and area type series have been added to chart.
Move the axis label inside the chart area.
Wrap chart titles.
Sort the data points of a chart in either ascending or descending order.
Export to SVG and PDF support has been added.
The data manager can perform diacritic-insensitive searching and filtering in your data source. This functionality can be selectively enabled in all components that have a data manager dependency.
An Excel-like filter has been added to the grid that incorporates options to filter possible values using a check box list. It also allows you to build complex filter criteria with the help of an advanced filter.
Foreign key column support has been added to grid to show column values from foreign data. The cell values will be shown based on the mapping column name.
Adjust grid row height programmatically.
The check list feature displays a check box next to each item in a list, which is an easy way to select multiple items in the list view component.
A new check box feature is available in the multiselect component. This feature will render a check box for each list item and, based on the check box’s state, items will be selected or unselected. This makes it easy to identify the selected items. By default, a filtering option is enabled while check box mode is active.
The multiselect control allows the user to customize the selected chip element through a tagging event. In that event, you can set the custom classes to chip element via that event argument of setClass method.
The following screenshot demonstrates chip customization with the multiselect component.
Support has been added to always display specific toolbar items with secondary priority in the pop-up.