Access to New Reading Pane

I am very pleased to see from the revised Road-Map that the new Reading Pane feature is 100% complete. From what I can glean, given the information provided so far, this represents a very useful addition to the user interface,

When is the next release due so that I can gain access to this really useful feature?

Kind regards,

Paul
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  • It would be nice if they can get the tree map working with that.
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  • Yes, it is a real pain not having a TreeView in COT. It is one of the most user oriented visualization of related data.

    Given COT's structure in TouchUI it does not seem straight forward to add 3rd party components to fill this gap. Or at least there is a lack of documentation on how to do it in TouchUI
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  • This week's release 8.9.5.0 will bring about the built-in barcode scanning in both online and native app -. https://codeontime.com/roadmap#native....

    There will be another update in February with the Reading Pane implementation - https://codeontime.com/roadmap#readin....

    There will be two solutions for the Tree presentation.

    Solution 1 (summer 2020)
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    The upcoming Code On Time v9 will feature the live design environment with the Project Explorer and Properties Window based on Touch UI. The former will display the hierarchy of the project configuration elements (pages, controllers, fields, etc.) It will require the presentation of a large number of items in the tree shape. A special component is being designed for this purpose.

    We love reusing our own stuff. For example, the data controllers are in the foundation of various GUI features, such as Advanced Search, Batch Edit, Import, Open Authentication configuration. Those are the surveys (see the example at https://codeontime.com/roadmap#survey...).

    The new design environment is essentially a full screen survey form with the transparent background and input fields representing the properties of the selected live app element arranged as Properties Window. The hierarchy of the Project Explorer is the navigation block of the survey form.

    This navigation block will be available as an option in View Selector if you tag a particular lookup field in a grid view to be the hierarchy driver. For example, the field Orders.EmployeeID will yield a hierarchy of employees on the left side of the orders view. The main view will display exactly as it does now (Grid, List, Cards, Calendar, Map,Charts). If the hierarchy is enabled in the view selector, then the main view will be filtered according to the selection in the hierarchy block.

    Solution 2 (next year)
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    Touch UI supports the following view styles: Grid, List, Cards, Map, Charts, and Calendar. The view styles are extensible.

    We have a prototype of the new Grid implementation with hyper-scrolling and natural horizontal scrolling. This new implementation will be expanded to support the child DataView fields. If there is a DataView field, then the item will have the expand/collapse button. The button will open a drawer with the child data view. Items in the child dataviews will also be expandable. If your child DataView is linked to the same data controller, then you will get an infinite number of levels. .

    This is the component of Touch UI 3.0 that we expect to release in 2021 - https://codeontime.com/roadmap#2021.
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