webix jet

edited March 7 in Technical questions

In the blog post about vuejs you're advicing to use webix jet for complex applications, but that project doesn't seem very active. Can we expect updates or feature enhancements?



  • edited March 13

    Yes, we plan a major update in the end of March


    • ability to use webpack instead of requirejs
    • ability to work with es6 classes
    • ability to work with typescript


    • flexible routing (routing based on a hash, routing based on a full url, url-less routing )
    • ability to block routing ( not finished form, access denied, etc )
    • ability to use webix jet app as a webix view in a more high-level app


    • tools to simplify app bootstrapping
  • Sorry, but the full end of March will come tomorrow. Plans is changed?

  • @kiriruru yes, the release was delayed, unfortunately. It is scheduled for the April, 13th.

  • Thanks. We will wait :)

  • @Listopad, so was it again delayed?

  • Any updates? need to choose between vuejs or jet..

  • any news?

  • Maybe Webix 4.3 will include a new Jet?

  • The new Jet is not part of the 4.3 release. Any updates? Or is it a better option to use the VueJS router, etc. and skip Webix Jet?

  • No updates? Two months later and still not an answer

  • The project is active and we are sorry for keeping silence.

    I must admit we've underestimated the complexity of all enhancements and new features that were planned for this update and we really want to release the Jet as a solid and powerful tool. There's still a lot of work to be done and we hope to complete it up to the Webix 4.4 release.

    P.S. Regarding the question from @kiriruru - yes, new Jet is compatible with the ES6 features

  • Thanks for the update. Can you give an idea of the release date?

  • Webix 4.4 is scheduled for the 27th of June. We will do our best but I can't promise for sure that the Jet will be released on the same day. We will definitely keep you informed, and thanks for your patience.

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