Simplified the Query success setting in the query editor
The brand new Stepped Container provides a quick and easy way to build beautiful multi-step flows. Like Tabbed, it comes pre-configured with the new Steps component linked to a multiview Container, along with next and previous Buttons.
Added an option to Table components to Disable user selection. If enabled, selection can only happen via the editor inspector or JS APIs. Click and arrow keys are ignored.
The redesigned Tabbed Container comes pre-configured with a Tabs component linked to a multiview Container. Tabs can now be moved and customized independently, and individual tabs can be disabled or hidden.
We also introduced several new settings, like status colors. You can also now configure text colors: components will automatically use the most readable option of the light and dark colors you choose!
Postgres resources now support custom root certificates
Themes are available on Business or Enterprise plans. We'll soon be adding even more properties so be sure to drop us any feedback in the community forum.
Container and Form now include a Show body setting, along with new APIs to show/hide the header, body, and footer. Get started quickly with the new Collapsible Container, which includes a Toggle Button wired up to expand and collapse the body of its Container.
Added more information, like the type of the value, in the SQL editor when SQL is evaluated
Added the ability to hover over the extra indicator (e.g. +10) for the Tags component to see the other tags
You can enable multiview on any Container, but we're also launching presets for common multiview patterns.
Fixed a bug that caused table edits with an active filter to affect the wrong row
Fixed File Dropzone, File Button, and File Input in List Views
Fixed keyboard navigation for disabled components
Improved autocomplete for Form and Text components
Improved List View rendering performance
Improved styling of disabled components to improve readability
We rebuilt our theme editor, which allows you to create themes that control the look and feel of applications across your organization. Under your organization settings, you'll find Themes, where you can create new themes and modify existing ones.