Maintenance release: Blazorise 1.2.3
We're super excited to share with you the latest maintenance release for Blazorise: version 1.2.3! 😃
In this update, we've focused on making your Blazorise experience better than ever by improving stability, performance, and reliability. We've been listening to your valuable feedback and have worked hard to squash those pesky bugs and enhance the features you love. So, let's dive into what's new in Blazorise 1.2.3 and celebrate together as we continue on our journey to make Blazorise the friendliest and most enjoyable library for building modern, feature-rich web applications. 🚀
For a detailed overview of the bug fixes from the last version, read the 1.2 support notes.
Here are the main changes since 1.2.0:
- #4697 Trendline does not work in Blazorise 1.2.1
- #4707 BarDropdownToggle Clicked event does not fire
- #4701 Autocomplete: The selected value is not displayed.
- #4383 Incorrect IndexInZone in Drag & Drop (reorder)
- #4635 Treeview: Cannot dynamically refresh the tree when adding or removing nodes
- #4640 Autocomplete - Strange behaviour with SelectedValue triggering (1.2.1)
- #4740 Documentation for Addon to contain Validation info
- #4634 Autocomplete - Setting selectedValue does not update selected item in the list (1.2.1)
- #4695 FreeTyping Autocomplete with MinLength="0" does not show all dropdown items when the text is cleared
- #4753 Event in DatePicker component #4753
As of now, there are no known incompatibilities with the previous Blazorise 1.2.x releases. We encourage all users to upgrade to 1.2.3.
If you experience any unexpected behavior change in your projects after upgrading to 1.2.3, please file an issue on GitHub.
Blazorise, an open-source component library, is maintained by Megabit Ltd, a small organization based in Croatia. We are strong advocates of the open-source ecosystem, which is why we offer Blazorise through our Community licenses at no cost. However, if you are part of a large organization and would like to support the project, we suggest purchasing a commercial license to help us maintain a sustainable business. This will enable us to continue developing Blazorise.
With a commercial license, you will have access to premium forum support, private repositories and community-licensed themes. To learn more about commercial licenses, please visit our website at Blazorise Commercial.