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JSON Forms v2.5.1

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It's a new renderer set! Last week we published JSON Forms v2.5.1 containing our new Vue 3 and Vue 2 vanilla renderer sets. Big thanks to headwire.com who partly sponsored the new renderers!

We also have two new renderers for React Material: boolean toggles and multiple choice (array of enum values).

Other changes include fixes for the Angular renderers as well as improvements to the core framework. Check out the detailed change list.

JSON Forms v2.5.1-alpha.1

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We just released a new JSON Forms preview "2.5.1-alpha.1" on the "next" stream. Most importantly we added a basic renderer set for our Vue 3 and Vue 2 bindings. Check our new JSON Forms Vue seed to try it out yourself!

The new Vue renderer set is in a preview state and feedback is welcome! Let us know what you think in our community forum.

Also included in the prerelease are a new toggle boolean control and a multi-select checkbox enum renderer for the React Material renderer set.

JSON Forms v2.5

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Today we released JSON Forms v2.5 🎉 This release marks the final step in our quest to remove Redux as a hard dependency of JSON Forms. Check our updated migration guide if you'd like to migrate to the Redux-less variants. We also like to announce the new JSON Forms Vue 2 & Vue 3 support. Many thanks to headwire.com whose sponsoring made the JSON Forms Vue bindings possible. Among others they plan to power peregrine-cms.com with JSON Forms Vue and decided to contribute back ❤️. We now also work on a basic JSON Forms Vue renderer set which we plan to release with one of the next versions of JSON Forms! See you soon!

JSON Forms v2.5-alpha.1

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We released the first alpha version of JSON Forms 2.5.0 🍾. It not only includes various performance improvements for React but is also the first version completely free of Redux. We also enhanced our Angular bindings with the ability to render multiple forms at the same time as well as adding explicit 'readonly' and 'validationMode' support which already existed in the React renderers. Check our migration guide if you still use the Redux variant of JSON Forms. We also included a convenient fallback if you're not ready for the full migration yet. Angular users should also take a look 🔎.

JSON Forms v2.4.1-beta.0

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Today we shipped the first beta of our next release: JSON Forms "2.4.1-beta.0" including a new renderer for oneOf consts (i.e. titled enums) and a form-wide "readonly" flag 🚛🎉. We plan the stable release for end of September. See you then!

JSON Forms v2.4.0-beta.0

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Another prerelease, another community contribution. Today we released JSON Forms v2.4.0-beta.0 supporting navigation buttons in the stepper variant of the categorization renderer. We also included Angular performance improvements among other changes. Release coming soon 😀

JSON Forms v2.4.0-alpha.3

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We received a community contribution to improve the new Redux-less Angular renderers. Thanks a lot! It and other changes are included in the newly released JSON Forms v2.4.0-alpha.3. We plan to ship a regular release in the upcoming weeks 🚚🎁.