Coinciding with the initial release of dstore, the next-generation Dojo data store, we would like to announce a new release of the best Dojo data grid: dgrid 0.4! While this release does not focus on new features, it is an exciting release because we refactored some important components and improved dgrid’s stability while making it more flexible and extensible. Let’s take a look at the most significant changes. A better store for tomorrow Dojo object store support in dgrid is
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