Infragistics has added enhancements including to filtering, sorting and editing operations to the Angular tree and hierarchical grids. New features include a case-sensitive search capability for the igxCombo component, support for binding columns to properties in nested data objects, and updates to the IgxCalendar and IgxMonthPicker components, according to Infragistics.
Steven Johnston, product marketing manager for UX and UI tools at Infragistics, said that its teams can translate feature requests quickly when working with Ignite UI for Angular.
“Our customers depend on us to be responsive so they can continue to innovate on their own projects,” he said.
“Our focus is to improve data management and simplify the creation of data visualisations within Angular applications — providing our customers with the components, features and functionality they need to quickly and easily build modern web applications in Angular and ensure the best possible UX.”
Infragistics released Ignite UI for Angular v10.0.0 just hours after Google released Angular 10, making it one of the first solutions to support it; Ignite UI for Angular v 10.1.0 came out a month after Google’s Angular v10.1.0. Theming, data management and data visualisation enhancements for the Angular data grid also include a set of new Material-inspired industry icons to help developers stay productive, according to Infragistics.
Ignite UI for Angular 10.1.0 includes a new theme for dark or light application design, with two new palettes, based on Infragistics’ own design system, Indigo.Design. Meanwhile, the new filtering, sorting and editing capabilities make the Angular grids target greater engagement as well as usefulness for end users, the company said.
“New features make it easier for developers to manage and bind data, while also providing enhanced support for applications integrating calendars and scheduling,” according to the company announcement here.
Infragistics provides an array of tools and solutions to accelerate application design and development, give insights, and foster collaboration within organisations. Some two million developers use its UX and UI toolkits to rapidly prototype and build applications for the cloud, web, Windows, iOS, and Android devices; it also offers enterprise mobility solutions for self-service business intelligence (BI) and collaboration software, the company said.