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ag-Grid | Version 17 Thomas

We’re delighted to announce the release of Version 17 of ag-Grid. This is our second major release of the year and we’ve packed it with improvements.

There’s a special reason why we have named this version Thomas. Last week, our CEO and founder, Niall and his wife welcomed their son Thomas to the world. We are naming this release for him, it’s only a matter of time before he starts contributing to the codebase.

You can find full details of the release in the Change Log but I’ll jump straight into the highlights.

Tool Panel: Enterprise Feature

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We have upgraded the Tool Panel with the following new…


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ag-Grid | Adaptable

What Does It Do?

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Adaptable Blotter is a very clever piece of software from Adaptable Tools that sits on top of HTML5 datagrids and datatables. It delivers powerful, advanced functionality to the end user.

We have been working closely with the team over the past months as they completed their integration with ag-Grid. The combination of the two products significantly reduces development time and cost. Common requirements such as user configuration and settings, multiple layouts, searching, sorting, bulk editing, auditing of grid activity and custom columns are quickly added.

While Adaptable Blotter is built for financial users, we see many features that would be of interest in other sectors. In our opinion, Adaptable Blotter naturally dovetails with ag-Grid, harnessing our raw power and leveraging our features to deliver a lightning fast and intuitive experience for the user. …


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Memory Leak

We recently came across a memory leak in our Angular wrapper. In correcting this, we learnt some useful tips along the way. I caught up with Sean Landsman who looks after our integrations with Frameworks and he has the following 5 tips:

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5 Tips

1. Disable all extensions — they don’t cause issues themselves but can muddy the water.

2. Always debug performance and memory leaks in Incognito mode to remove any obfuscation.

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Incognito

3. The Google Docs about using the DevTools are still accurate but some terms and screenshots are out of date. …

About

John Masterson

I’m the COO of ag-Grid where we build the leading datagrid for JavaScript application developers.

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