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Version: v11.7.1

WaveMaker 10.2.2 - Release date: 20 November 2019

WaveMaker has released a new version with enhancements and bug fixes.

Fixes


  • Variable API calls with the HTTP DELETE method accepts request body if passed. It did not work in v10.2.1.
  • For button group widget, focus state now works across all browsers, including Safari.
  • Multiple issues fixed with Rich text editor related to HTML displayed in the editor, including inconsistency when using it in Live Form, and displaying <b> and <p> tags with the text. This is now fixed.
  • Default value of compression is changed to being true. It was false before this version. This means that when WaveMaker apps are built, the static files such as javascript, css files will be compressed with gzip & brotli compression. If the WaveMaker app is deployed on your own Tomcat server, you will need to change server.xml in the Tomcat server to turn off compression by the web server. See this page for instructions.

Technology Stack


UI Frameworks

DescriptionJS LibraryVersion
JS Bindingjquery3.3.1
jquery-ui*1.12.1
MVC Frameworkangular7.2.2
angular-ui-bootstrap3.3.6
ngx-bootstrap3.0.1
Stylesbootstrap3.3.7
Chartingd33.5.17
nvd31.8.6
Built-in functionslodash4.17.11
Device support, gestureshammerjs2.0.8

Optimised jQuery-UI library excluding unwanted components like accordion, datepicker, dialog, progressbar, spinner, tabs, and all jQuery-UI Effects.

Back-end Frameworks

DescriptionJava LibraryVersion
Spring Framework5.1.4
Security frameworkSpring Security5.0.8
Java JSON utilitiesGson2.8.5
DB Persistence libraryHibernate5.2.17
Sample databaseHSQL2.4.1
JSON libraryJackson2.9.8
Logging frameworkSLF4j1.7.25
Log4j1.2.17
Http client libraryHttpComponentshttpclient- 4.5.6 httpmime- 4.5.6
REST API annotationsSwagger1.3.10
Date Time FrameworkJava 8 Date/Time API
Json Librariescom.tdunning1.8
Servlet Framework3.1

Run Time Environment

DescriptionVersion
JDK1.8
WebSphere8.5.5
JBoss7.1.1
Tomcat8.5*
Cordova (mobile apps)8.1.1

This is the default Tomcat runtime support. Apps can be deployed to any standard Java Web Server running on JDK 1.8. For more information, see here.