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In the Stack Overflow survey released in 2019, TypeScript is rated as one of the top three most loved languages, falling behind Python and Rust. Moreover, GitHub stats show this language continues to gather momentum, and its community is growing. It wouldn’t be surprising to see TypeScript climb even higher in 2020.
React is the best choice for creating dynamic and interactive user interfaces. Some industry leaders writing codes with the help of React are BBC, Pinterest, WhatsApp, Reddit, and the list is actually extensive!
The first version of React was released in May 2013 by Facebook in order to maintain the increasing ad campaign traffic. Since then, the staff has been working on adding new and advanced features to React’s functionality. Summing up, a massive contribution, strong community, and ubiquity of React will not only help it stay its ground but also become better and stronger.
The components are based on Custom Elements allowing you to define new HTML tags, HTML templates to specify layouts, and the Shadow DOM which is component-specific by nature.
It’s important to note that we made Suite compatible with the most trendy frameworks. As you may already guess, our library supports smooth integration with React, Angular, and Vue.js applications. Moreover, we added a sense of modernity by developing our Suite UI library in accordance with the Material Design guidelines.
This year our team made a dhtmlxGantt chart compatible with Salesforce. Thus, our users are able to create full-featured applications for project management with the help of the Salesforce Lightning component and DHTMLX Gantt chart.
Diagram library v2.2 allows creating custom types of shapes, building mixed diagrams and org charts, and exporting data to the JSON format. You can create new types of shapes, including Venn diagrams, UML class charts, network diagrams, life cycle charts, and much more. Have a look at our one-minute video overview to know more:
dhtmlxSpreadsheet received new powers and abilities with a minor update. The new v3.1 offers essential features for working with data in a more convenient way. Users are able to export files to and import them from Excel, set number formatting and auto-filling of cells.
And last but not least, our team developed Excel2Table, a library to convert Excel files to HTML tables. It allows you to place the tables directly on your website while preserving formatting. Besides, you can link HTML tables with the Excel file for dynamic data loading. Excel2Table is an open-source project, available on GitHub.
2019 was a quite eventful year for our DHTMLX team, and 2020 promises to be even more fruitful! Good luck and keep up the good work!