We’ve just released Handsontable 7.4.1. It contains important fixes for the mobile and Angular users, as well as other improvements.
Handsontable 7.4.0 is here! This minor release brings changes to the context menu plugin and bumped dependencies.
We’ve just released Handsontable 7.3.0. It introduces a new Context Menu option, which allows declaring the location of all of the Context Menu DOM elements, a new Copy/Paste option with a similar functionality as well as some smaller fixes and improvements.
A new 3.1.1 patch version of the Handsontable wrapper for React has just been released.
This version is focused mainly on a new row and column management that resolved the issues with imperfect calculation between physical and visual indexes.
We’re releasing version 3.1.0 of the Handsontable wrapper for React. It introduces a new component – <HotColumn>, as well as other useful improvements.
Today we’ve released version 4.1.1 of the Handsontable wrapper for Vue.
It contains one minor change, which makes the wrapper work with the latest Handsontable version.
In this patch release we rolled back backward-incompatible changes in the TypeScript definition file introduced in v7.2.0, and fixed a problem with the htmlToGridSettings helper.
We’ve just released Handsontable 7.2.1. It fixes a bug introduced in 7.2.0 (#6269), which caused the move and resize handles to be hidden under the row/column headers.
We’ve just released Handsontable 7.2.0. In this version we focused on fixing many small but important issues.
Today’s release of Handsontable 7.1.1 comes with many improvements.
v4.1.0 of our Handsontable for Vue wrapper provides a deeper integration with the Vue.js framework.
We’ve released version 5.1.0 of our Handsontable for Angular wrapper.
We’ve just released Handsontable 7.1.0. This version includes a new feature that allows users to create HTML tables from Handsontable instances and acquire (…)
Today we’ve released a new Handsontable for Angular version. We’re happy to inform you that, starting with v5.0.0, you can (…)