Release Date: 18 Jan 2019


Grid row styling

Grid row styling allows you to define business rules for coloring grid rows based on values in the entities. For example, you can define that all overdue invoices should have a red background color and it will be shown like this at all places in your application.

Hide and show controls and buttons based on data

You can easily define criteria on controls as well as buttons that will automatically hide or show them, as well as disable or enable them, based on data in your screen.

Hide and show controls based on data
Grid row filtering

Grids can have criteria specified that automatically hides rows that are not relevant for the screen.

Replacement of authentication module

When running Flowfactory on premise you now have the ability to completely switch out the authentication module to integrate the platform with your own authentication mechanism.

Performance optimizations

We have further optimized the performance by reducing data that is passed from the server to the client as well as optimizing loading of data on the server.

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Tobias Ransäter

Tobias Ransäter

Pre-Sales Engineer

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