ag-Grid Weekly Update 13th June 2017

What's happening in ag-Grid this week!

#javascript #angularjs #reactjs

  • Another week, settling into the new office, more new joiners, more dev work taken on board…

    Welcome Bas Rahman and Dimple Unalkat to the team, bringing our teams size now to seven!

  • Last week we released version 10.1 which introduced delta updates, great for our React users.
  • Last week we completed a JIRA triage and have marked 167 for development.
  • Our next release will have a first pass where ARIA tags will be included in the DOM.
  • Sean is busy on the frameworks and documentation side, making sure new users get introduced to ag-Grid in the easiest way possible.

ag-Grid Weekly Update 13th June 2017

@ceolter: What’s happening in ag-Grid this week!

#javascript #angularjs #reactjs

Another week, settling into the new office, more new joiners, more dev work taken on board…

Welcome Bas Rahman and Dimple Unalkat to the team, bringing our teams size now to seven! Bas and Dimple will be helping John out on the customer side, building out the best customer experience we can, while allowing the developers to focus on developing as much possible.

Last week we released version 10.1 which introduced delta updates, great for our React users. The release has been well received and all is working well.

Last week we completed a JIRA triage and have marked 167 for development. We are now 10 down with 157 to go. Alberto and I are fixing all the critical issues and some high priority ‘quick wins’ first. In time, we will get through them all. Give us a few weeks!

Robert is busy with ARIA rules which are coming along nicely. Our next release will have a first pass where ARIA tags will be included in the DOM.

Sean is busy on the frameworks and documentation side, making sure new users get introduced to ag-Grid in the easiest way possible. Our next release will have revamped ‘Getting Started’ sections, with particular attention given to React and Angular (2+).

We are planning a release 23rd June with all the above.

Niall Crosby spent years building Enterprise Web Applications and found the JavaScript data grid choice frustrating. That frustration led to Niall quitting his job and setting up the ag-Grid project. Read more about ag-Grid →

ag-Grid Weekly Update 13th June 2017

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