JointJS+ version 3.4 is out and comes with a lot of new features and improvements to existing functionality.
Have a look at the main highlights below and the full changelog here.
We're thrilled to announce that – using the newest version of JointJS+ – designing an SQL database becomes an easy and pleasant task for your end-users. The reason being is we launched a new designer tool – apps.Database.
To see the designer tool in action, check out our live demo.
JointJS+ 3.4.0 brings animated tokens sent along with links that make it possible to see data in your system at any given time. (Yes, we are very proud of this one.)
To see how animated tokens work, check out our live demo.
New element tools (elementTools.SwimlaneTransform and elementTools.SwimlaneBoundary) make it possible to resize and highlight swimlanes.
To see new element tools in action, check out this live demo.
By adding calc() functions to be used in various SVG attributes, you can now simplify and make the shape definition more flexible. This new feature (dia.attributes) makes use of refX, refX2, refY, refY2, refWidth, refHeight, refD, refCx, refCy, refRx, refRy effectively deprecated.
Finally, you can add inertia option to enable inertial scrolling.
Add validateUnembedding() option to control which elements can be unembedded when the paper is put into the embeddingMode.
Using the negative firstChildGap property produces a new type of tree layout.
With JointJS+ 3.4.0, we've improved the resizing of multiple rotated elements.
We hope you'll get the most from these new features, fixes and updates. Please don't hesitate to get in touch with questions or comments.
- The JointJS Team