We launched Skuid Chicago in April to help you build better apps faster, and improve user experience. This week, we released another round of updates to improve your app-building experience.
Check out what’s new:
- More support for HTML in labels (beta). Fine-tuning UI controls just got easier! With the “Allow HTML” property, you can render HTML for elements in runtime.
- Options to choose error display location (modals and sliding panels). Display error messages wherever you choose—in the parent page, modal, or sliding panel—making way for smoother user interactions.
- Defer tab rendering for Tab Containers and Tab Sets. Optimize page load times by rendering only the current content. Load background tabs only when you access them, preventing page slowness.
- Right-click interactions, Table row interactions, and the ability to set menu location (all in beta). Right-click on an element at the page level, on deck cards, lists, wrappers, or tables, and get the context menu. Plus, tables now support interactions across the whole row—no buttons needed.
- Search component merge variables (beta). Build more search options for users, providing a consumer-grade search experience.
- Search component: enter keystroke property and actions (beta). You can now hit Enter and see all results when you run a search.
Visit the release notes to learn more.