DevExtreme 2019 Roadmap – ASP.NET Core, Angular, React and Vue – Your Vote Counts

DevExtreme Team Blog
28 December 2018

Shared Features

This post is dedicated to platform-specific features. To review the features shared across all supported platforms (ASP.NET MVC/Core, jQuery, Angular, React and Vue) please refer to the following blog posts:

ASP.NET Core

CRUD Forms Generation in Visual Studio Scaffolder

We recently introduced the scaffolding necessary to enable editing for CRUD list views (based on our DataGrid and TreeList controls). If you need to edit data objects with numerous properties, you may want to use a separate data Form instead of inline editing within the list view. We will extend the capabilities of our design time tools with a new Data Form Scaffolder.

XPO support in CRUD Web API Scaffolder in Visual Studio

Our existing CRUD API scaffolder uses Entity Framework data models to generate API controllers. We hope to support XPO (eXpress Persistent Objects) as an ORM data model source in 2019.

Visual Studio Project Templates with Responsive App Layouts

In our v18.2 release cycle, we introduced a Drawer component and a set of responsive application layouts for Angular. We are going to replicate these layouts for ASP.NET Core and integrate them into new Visual Studio project templates.

Release Spreadsheet and Rich Text Editor as RTM

In v18.2, we announced CTPs of the Spreadsheet and Rich Text Editor controls for ASP.NET Core. We will officially release these products in v19.1.

Angular

CRUD Forms Generation in Visual Studio Scaffolder

This feature is much like the one described earlier. We’ll give you the ability to generate Angular CRUD forms based on your data model.

Visual Studio Project Templates with Responsive Application Layouts

In v18.2 we released a Drawer component and a set of responsive application layouts for Angular. We are going to integrate these products into the new Visual Studio Angular project templates.

React

Responsive Application Layout Templates & CLI Tools

We recently introduced a set of Angular CLI tools and application layout templates. Would you like to see the same capabilities introduced for devextreme-react.

DevExtreme Reactive

We will publish a dedicated post for DevExtreme Reactive shortly.

Vue

Responsive Application Layout Templates & CLI Tools

Our Vue components were released a few weeks ago. DevExtreme Vue users have asked that we introduce layout templates much like those we ship with our Angular product line. 

 
11 comment(s)
Rajesh Aravapalli
Rajesh Aravapalli

Templets doesn't matter.

28 December, 2018
J Joubert
J Joubert

Templates does matter

28 December, 2018
Isa_Tahiri
Isa_Tahiri

Template are very important.

30 December, 2018
ADUS
ADUS

Need captcha for DevExtreme.

31 December, 2018
Paul Haffner
Paul Haffner

"In v18.2 we released a Drawer component and a set of responsive application layouts for Angular. We are going to integrate these products into the new Visual Studio Angular project templates."

I have DX v18.2, so how do I find/explore the existing application layouts for Angular in Visual Studio in order to understand what you mean by "integrate these products"?

2 January, 2019
Sven Glöckner 1
Sven Glöckner 1

You should definitely invest in Blazor (aka Razor Components) - client and server-side. Please make DevExtreme full compatible with Blazor (see project github.com/.../BlazorDevExtreme)

Thanks

Sven

8 January, 2019
SistemasCaltic
SistemasCaltic

An option to print a grid and  export button to pdf. A gantt component. Both for angular +1 for @Sven Glöckner 1 think in blazor

9 January, 2019
Arjan van Dijk
Arjan van Dijk

Are you planning support for Blazor? It will be in ASP.NET core 3!

10 January, 2019
Mauro Porpino
Mauro Porpino

About templates for ASP.NET Core please create one including PWA application library, you can find in github.com/.../WebEssentials.AspNetCore.ServiceWorker

Also create examples on how to use service workers, push notifications, ...

10 January, 2019
Deron S
Deron S

Add support for header bands to pivot grids please

11 January, 2019
Alex B (DevExpress)
Alex B (DevExpress)

@All

Thank you for your feedback. We are about to publish our final Roadmap. Regarding Blazor support - we are considering introducing it once it gets more stable and its future becomes clearer.

@Paul Haffner

> I have DX v18.2, so how do I find/explore the existing application layouts for Angular in Visual Studio in order to understand what you mean by "integrate these products"?

These layouts are standalone now. You can find them here. What we are going to do is to implement a Visual Studio project template based on these layouts.

18 January, 2019

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