Martin AngelovBootstrap Studio Developer
I am happy to share that Bootstrap Studio 4.5.0 was just released! Here is what’s new:
- A new chart component was added. With it, you can create responsive Bar, Line, Pie, Scatter and other types of charts, and easily customize them. It’s powered by the popular Chart.js library internally.
- You can now optimize images during import. This can reduce their file size dramatically and improve page load times.
- The image browser dialog opens faster, shows larger previews, file sizes and dimensions.
We’re looking forward to your feedback 🙂JoMemberValued
Thanks much for the update! I haven’t gotten to play with much of it, but something that wasn’t listed in any of the release notes (or previous ones in case it’s been in there a while lol) is something I will use constantly!
Thank you for adding the ability to double click accordion items in the Overview pane to open and close them on the Preview Window!! Found that accidentally today (hopefully it’s not an accidentally added item lol) and I’m very very happy to see that! Also just discovered you can double click the item in the Preview Window to open and close them as well. No more needing to click the Show/Hide buttons at the top for this! Yaaaay!
Will check out the listed ones over the next couple days too, thanks again for the update!Martin AngelovBootstrap Studio Developer
Thanks for the great feedback, guys!
@gufe We haven’t made the chart modifiable with JS but it’s an interesting suggestion. Currently the entire chart configuration is stored as JSON in a data-bs-chart attribute on the canvas element. You can initialize a new chart on the same element and if Chart.js have thought to handle this case, I think that it should unregister the original chart that we created. So this will give you a Chart.js instance which you can modify as you see fit.
@Jo We added this in 4.4.8 but we had a bunch of releases that week so it has gone unnoticed :). The idea is that every component should handle double click in a way that makes sense.
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