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Roadmap of ParamQuery
« on: March 21, 2014, 01:48:22 pm »
Dear All

We aspire to make ParamQuery which is based mainly upon the principles of performance, superior UI and open standards, a complete ui library complementary to JQueryUI for the web for desktop, mobile and touch devices.

We started our journey with a grid because it's the most common and important tool (e.g., grid) yet lacking from the arsenal of jQueryUI controls.

Thanks to the invaluable feedback and support provided by our members working on variety of technologies, it has become an indispensable instrument now for web applications. 

ParamQuery is rich with most coveted features yet we yearn to make it better with every passing day. We have got quite a number of tasks to accomplish out of which the below is in our priority list:

1) Make pqGrid compliant with touch devices by providing swipe support. This feature is in line with the great demand by our members. It has been implemented as of version 2.1.0

2) When we work on substantial non-trivial applications in jQuery, we are quite familiar with the fact that if one is not too careful  it is easier to write code mixed up with DOM manipulations, data manipulations and business logic. That is why we are committed not only to provide the best in class features but also to facilitate developers who want to structure their applications in MVC, MVVM frameworks like Angularjs, Knockoutjs, etc.

The work is in progress on integration of ParamQuery with the above frameworks for both free version and paid version of the grid.

Best Regards
The ParamQuery Team
« Last Edit: June 04, 2014, 09:05:42 am by paramquery »