Welcome to our new series, where we recap last month’s happenings at Handsontable and its community.
HyperFormula 2.2.0 is here!
We’re excited to attend this year’s Slush conference that takes place in Helsinki on November 17 – 18th.
Data grid libraries tend to fall into two broad categories: display-first and edit-first. Learn why.
We’ve just released version 12.2.0 of Handsontable, our Excel-like data grid.
We’ve just released Handsontable 12.1.0. This version introduces 4 new hooks and 2 new translations, implements smoother row and column moving, adds smart positioning of comment boxes, and more.
Handsontable 12.0.0 is here! This version adds support for right-to-left languages, and introduces a new keyboard shortcuts API.
We are getting ready for Jfokus 2022. That’s where all developers, from Sweden and beyond, gather to discuss the latest news in software development.
HyperFormula 2.0.0 is here! This version adds support for reversed ranges, and much more. Read on.
Handsontable team will be making its first conference appearance at Europa-Park in Rust, Germany, from March 22-24 for CloudFest 2022.
We just released Handsontable 11.1.0. This version adds Vue 3 support, fixes numerous bugs, and introduces a new method: updateData().
This release brings modularization to the framework wrappers, simplifies the monorepo structure, lays ground for new locale settings, speeds up the populateFromArray() method, and more.
Today, we’re releasing HyperFormula 1.3.0: an incremental update that brings two useful changes and fixes a few bugs along the way.
We just released Handsontable 10.0.0. This version improves Handsontable’s performance, installation time, optimizes default settings, and more.
Last week, we’ve released HyperFormula 1.2.0. It brings one important change to both HyperFormula and Handsontable.
Our calculation engine supports over 380 functions in 16 languages. To get a quick glimpse of what HyperFormula has to offer—read on.
Not long after releasing HyperFormula 1.0.0, we’re adding another feature: from now on, the calculateFormula method supports the array arithmetic mode introduced in version 1.0.0. We also fixed a few bugs along the way.
We just released Handsontable 9.0.2. This update addresses a few important issues, contains fixes for Vue, React, and Angular users, and adds our new documentation engine.
HyperFormula 1.0.0 has landed! With our new array features, you now can operate on arrays of values, similarly to Google Sheets and Microsoft Excel, and much more.
We have just released a major update to Handsontable documentation.
Our goal was to improve developer experience and make our docs seamless and intuitive to use.
Read Widelab’s guest blog post about creating new visual identity for our brand.