Release Date: 22 Oct 2019


Style grid rows using CSS

You can now control the display of table rows using CSS instead of only setting background color. This gives you way more possibilities to control the look of table rows. You change the display of text, row height and many other ways to really make data stand out.


Updated look and feel in web client

We have changed how the ribbon control looks to make it more concise and also made the web client respect your generated app branding theme more. You now no longer need to apply any custom CSS to make the application fully adhere to the accent color selected in GO.

Syntax highlighting for theme changes in GO

We have added syntax highlighting for JSON and also autocomplete for CSS in GO to make it much easier to customize your application.

Updated standard platform activities for import/export

Activities for import and export of data to and from Excel files has been simplified to make them easier to use in workflows.

Performance enhancements for views containing images and binary data

Initial load of views containing entities with images and binary data is now much faster due to optimizations done during initial data loading.

  • Some of the bug fixes that is in this release are

  • Row colors where not applied to grid rows in some cases.

  • In some cases all of your applications didn’t show up under My applications in GO.

  • Columns chooser moved items to the wrong index.

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Tobias Ransäter

Tobias Ransäter

Pre-Sales Engineer

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