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New CWAB Release (v1.5)

Happy new year!

We are pleased to announce the release of version 1.5 of the CWAB platform. This release includes bug fixes and some product improvements.


The most important and exciting news in this release is the introduction of visual UI driven development. In the future, using the CWAB platform to build applications would be a process of building by using prebuilt UI components and interacting with customization logic. The possibilities with this approach are quite attractive.


This release includes the launch of our UI Parts stores. UI Parts are pre-built UI components that may also have back-end logic attached to them. The components would be built to integrate into CWAB applications and allows users to quickly compose highly sophisticated applications with minimal effort. The UI Parts store is fully integrated into the CWAB environment.


Going along with the introduction of the UI Parts store is the UI builder now included in CWAB. This is a drag-n-drop enabled facility for building web applications. It can supports any UI framework including popular frameworks like bootstrap, ionic and foundation. 

The current release of CWAB's UI building capabilities is in alpha status and we look forward to getting user feedback as we continue to build on it.

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