It's been quiet a while since we have published a roadmap in our website. While we have not updated the roadmap here for almost three years, we have updated it several times in our forums and and uniGUI has evolved a lot since then. These are some of the new features that are added in this period of time:

  • HyperServer server farms
  • WebSockets support for uniGUI
  • Several new components such as advanced Toast, Gauge, Upload button, Sweet Alert, Tag Field, Check Combobox and etc.
  • Several new mobile components such as Gauge, Toast, Map, Canvas, Combobox, DB Combobox, Lookup Combobox and etc.
  • Support for Delphi Linux platform.
  • Several new features such as grid widgets.
  • Various improvements and bug fixes.

Now let's announce our new roadmap below. It will cover first two quarters of 2024 and includes many new features and quality improvements.

uniGUI  Impulse  (1.95.0) (Q1/Q2 - 2024)

  1. New HyperGrid component (Light & Stateless Grid) (Q1 - 2024) This component allows you to build a data grid from ground up. It can get data either from a Delphi data source or from a user provided stream. All grid events can be customized. This option will be embedded in existing UniDBGrid component which means you can convert your existing DBGrid components to a HyperGrid by making a few changes in grid properties. It will be also available in form of a new component.  Planned for Q1-2024.

  2. General component improvement. Actually, it is an ongoing process which continues for each new build. In each new build we try to improve components to some extend. Now, in this roadmap we plan to take each uniGUI component starting from a simplest button to the most complex grid and add all new features that are added to recent Ext JS versions. In this way uniGUI components will take benefit from all new features that are added in most recent versions of Ext JS. This is the major feature for this roadmap and will demand the most workload.

  3. Integrating proposed solutions into the framework. From time to time we offer solutions or workarounds in our forums to solve problems reported by developers. We will integrate these solutions into the framework and make them a part of the framework.

  4. Performance improvements. Various improvements for application process speed and form load time. Also performance improvements for HyperServer server farm.

  5. New ListView component & Enhanced Tooltips. These two items were planned for previous roadmap which are now shifted to new roadmap.

  6. Upgrade Ext JS version to 7.7.0. We will switch to Ext JS 7.7.0. We've done this before, but as a result of some compatibility issues we have switched back to 7.5.1.

  7. Linux RTL improvements and bug fixes. Yes, we are aware that we've neglected some issues in Linux port of uniGUI. In this roadmap we will give enough attention to those issues and will try to make improve Linux port in many ways. This will start by fixing Linux related reported bugs. This also includes new demos for Linux platform.

  8. Deploying additional source code. There are still some part of the runtime code which are not published yet such as uniTools library. We will explore the opportunity to publish more source code.

  9. Bug fixes as always.

  • What is uniGUI?

    uniGUI is a Web Application Framework for Delphi. C++ Builder development is also supported for RAD Studio

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    Technology Overview

    uniGUI framework makes developing Web applications easier than ever. uniGUI extends Web Application development experience to a new dimension

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    uniGUI HyperServer

    uniGUI HyperServer is a new server archirecture designed to highly improve uniGUI applications

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    uniGUI Editions

    Currently there are three editions available for uniGUI: Personal, Professional and Complete

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    Component List

    you can find a list of all available components in uniGUI framework

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    Feature Matrix

    Each uniGUI edition supports a different set of features which can be examined by looking at the feature matrix

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    uniGUI is distributed with a named license which means each developer in a company

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    uniGUI Trial Edition is a special build to allow developers fully test and experience uniGUI Web Application development

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    uniGUI integrates WebSockets technology to enable developers send messages directly to web clients from the server

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