Below is the list of fixes and improvements in Active Query Builder 3 ASP.NET Edition v.3.3.0.
+ The new QueryBuilderControl.Theme property has been made to switch styling between several predefined schemes. The current version supports jQueryUI and BootStrap styling out of the box. Allowed property values: 'default', 'jqueryui' and 'bootstrap'. See the demos marked with the 'Bootstrap' and 'JqueryUI' labels. + The new AQB.Web.theme property allows applying custom styling scheme on the client-side. See the demo with the 'Foundation' label to find the sample of applying custom styling. + The new Japanese localization is made. = Eight localizations are updated and proofread by professionals: German, French, Spanish, Portuguese (Brazil), Chinese (Traditional), Italian, Turkish, and Russian. ! The behaviour of the DefaultExpandMetadataType property has been changed. Now the types listed in this property will be expanded automatically. The new default value is Database. + New methods have been added to the QueryBuilder.GridComponent object: - prependEmptyRow adds a new row to the top of the list. - appendEmptyRow adds a new row to the end of the list. - tooltipGetText allows overriding a tooltip for grid cells. + The new QueryBuilderControl.HandlersPath property allows defining a custom path for requests to AQB handler. + The new BaseHandler.DisableRegistration method allows to turn off automatic registration of the route to AQB handlers. + Serialization of all component properties is possible now. Use the XmlSerializer.Serialize/Deserialize methods for this purpose. - The bug with the TreeViewComponent.tooltipGetText event has been fixed. - The bug with extra brackets in the Database Schema View has been fixed. - Some visual glitches with the grid scrollbars have been eliminated.
[ Legend: ] [ + New feature ] [ = Improved/changed feature ] [ - Bug fix ] [ ! Important notice ]
You can always get the latest trial version of Active Query Builder 3 ASP.NET Edition at the download page.
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