gridstack has just gotten a new release
Change log for gridstack.js version 0.4.0
– Now, widgets can have their own resize handles. Use
data-gs-resize-handles element attribute to use. For example,
data-gs-resize-handles="e,w" will make the particular widget only resize west and east. As a result, some widgets can expand to the right, while others can expand only down!
– Sidebar items can now be duplicated properly. Pass
helper: 'clone' in
draggable options to duplicate sidebar items.
– Unfortunately, there was a bug in the
staticGrid grid option. Now, there isn’t.
– Widget styles are now be preserved when moving/cloning items.
– Occasionally, heights of widgets were getting unset. Widgets will now retain their heights.
– Grids now have a
min-height attribute to ensure that a grid does not get smaller than a set value.
– Sometimes, widget x or y values were being interpreted as string. Though these types were sometimes causing 12 to be a smaller number than 2, our maths has been fixed; widget x and y are now ints.
– Previously, only certain
droppable options were being passed to grids. Now, all
droppable options are passed.
getCellFromPixel properly tracks the mouse position.
!important showed up a few times in gridstack.js’s CSS, some of your styles were being overridden. The
!important attribute is now removed.
– Lastly, the container will scroll when dragging a widget up or down out of viewport.
While it’s not the v1 release that I had hoped for long ago, it’s got many bug fixes. The issues in the repo have gone from ~ 120 issues to ~ 40 issues. We’re working actively on triaging every issue to distill the backlog and avoid duplicate issues.
I’ll post an update on our priorities for the coming version of gridstack in the coming week.
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