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Smart GWT 4.0 / SmartClient 9.0 Released

The Isomorphic development team is proud to announce the immediate release of Smart GWT 4.0 / SmartClient 9.0. This release includes exciting new enhancements to charts, carefully selected refinements to the user interface, and powerful new features behind the scenes designed to take your web application development to the next level. The list below only […]

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Smart GWT 4.0 / SmartClient 9.0 in Final Beta

Today we’re pleased to announce that Smart GWT 4.0 and SmartClient 9.0 have hit “final beta” status.  This means we are feature frozen and have just a few remaining known bugs (most of them obscure). We recommend that anyone currently planning an upgrade should start using the latest beta builds unless you’re on the verge […]

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Go from Mockup to Code with Reify

We’re big fans of wireframe mockup tools, so we’re excited to announce a new tool that generates SmartClient and Smart GWT code from mockups in one easy step. It’s called Reify – an actual English word meaning “to make something abstract more real or concrete”. Design using a wireframe mockup tool like Balsamiq, then use Reify to […]

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Announcing Smart GWT 3.1 / SmartClient 8.3 Release Candidate, New Features

We’re pleased to announce that SmartGWT 3.1/SmartClient 8.3 has officially achieved ‘release candidate’ status. We’ve seen zero release-blocking bugs multiple times in the last week, so we expect the upcoming final version to be released in 2-3 weeks. As a result, we recommend that anyone currently developing with Smart GWT 3.x or SmartClient 8.x switch […]

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Connecting the CubeGrid with Pentaho Mondrian, JasperReports and Microsoft Analysis Services

Why use the CubeGrid? Popular Online Analytical Analytical Processing (OLAP) server technologies such as Pentaho Mondrian Project, JasperReports, and Microsoft SQL Server Analysis Services (SSAS) enable business users to analyze large quantities of data, offering features such as drilling into and cross-tabulating information from complex analytical queries in real-time. However, the default user interfaces (UIs) are limited, and […]

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CSS3 Mode

What is it? Our three most commonly used skins (Enterprise, Enterprise Blue and Graphite) now have a “CSS3 mode” that replaces almost all images required for the skin with CSS3 settings that look nearly identical to the image-based appearance. This results in a performance boost both through a simplified Document Object Model (DOM) and by […]

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Server Scripting

What is it? Server Scripting allows you to embed code snippets directly in DataSource XML (.ds.xml) files for implementation of simple server-side business logic. These code snippets, or “scriptlets”, enable you to insert code right next to the affected definition without having to create a separate file or class to hold the logic. This simplifies […]

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Field-Level Declarative Security

What is it? The Declarative Security system allows you to declare security rules directly in your DataSources using XML attributes. While previous releases allowed for control of individual DataSource operations, Field-Level Declarative Security (coming soon in Smart GWT 3.0 and SmartClient 8.2) will enable role-based access control to specific operations on fields. This allows restriction […]

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Drawing Cross Browser Vector Graphics

Our new Drawing Module was created to answer a simple question: How do I draw in the browser? If you’ve ever wanted to draw and modify non-rectilinear, browser-native shapes in your web applications, then our new Drawing Module was designed with you in mind. Create, manipulate, and edit arbitrary shapes and styles within your applications […]

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Introducing the CubeGrid

What is a CubeGrid? The CubeGrid is a high-end data analysis engine that wraps OLAP cube functionality into a single interactive grid component for fast access to multidimensional data and calculations. The CubeGrid enables you to view, analyze, and extract data using any standard data source from multiple perspectives.  They are typically used as front-ends […]

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