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We've released a new component library built from scratch for low-code. We've also added a database node to connect to all your favorite databases. Let's dive in!
October wasn't as scary as it usually is, but releasing the new UI library sure was nerve-racking. This month we have the new UI library, database integrations, new pricing plans, and more!
Let's have a look.
We're delighted to unveil the Canonic Core Library, marking a major evolution in our suite of components. This update represents a leap forward in customization and flexibility for application development.
Our focus on enhancing the Canonic Core Library is rooted in our commitment to providing a diverse set of tools that cater to the unique needs and creative demands of our users. The library now boasts a wealth of new components and improvements across several categories, including UI elements, input fields, data structures, layout configurations, overlays, and a variety of other essential building blocks.
The reason for enriching the Canonic Core Library stems from our desire to give users the power to create more dynamic, engaging, and sophisticated applications. We recognize the importance of having a robust set of tools that adapt to the changing landscape of app development, where customization and user experience are paramount.
Whether you're crafting intricate user interfaces, managing complex data, or requiring specific layout and overlay components, the expanded Canonic Core Library is equipped to support your vision. This update not only enhances the creative possibilities but also streamlines the development process, allowing you to bring your ideas to life with greater speed and less friction.
DB Query Nodes, now with expanded support for a wide range of databases including MongoDB, MySQL, Microsoft SQL (MSSQL), PostgreSQL, and Redis. This enhancement marks a significant leap forward in our platform's capabilities, offering unparalleled flexibility and power in database interaction within your workflows.
The introduction of DB Query Nodes is a response to the diverse needs of our users who work with different types of databases. Whether you're dealing with NoSQL databases like MongoDB and Redis, or you prefer traditional relational databases such as MySQL, MSSQL, or PostgreSQL, Canonic's DB Query Nodes provide a unified, intuitive interface to interact with all these databases efficiently. This versatility ensures that you can harness the full potential of your data, regardless of the database technology you use.
Each DB Query Node is designed to be highly configurable, allowing you to execute complex queries and database operations with ease. This includes everything from fetching data and performing analytics to updating records and managing database schemas. The Nodes' flexibility enables you to tailor your database interactions to fit the specific requirements of your project, providing a seamless integration of database functionality into your Canonic workflows.
We've introduced flexible billing plans to cater to the diverse needs of our users, ensuring a more tailored and accommodating financial structure.
Experience the full spectrum of your application's user roles. Assume and switch between different roles directly in the preview, enabling you to comprehensively test and validate each role's permissions with ease.
A dashboard to quickly review your multiple inventories across platforms and synchronize an inventory item across platforms.
A dashboard to quickly review your multiple inventories across platform and synchronize an inventory item across platforms.
Dashboard app that collates revenue data from multiple sources and represents it form of charts and percentages.
You have to give these new features a try! Canonic is now easier & more versatile than every. Let us know what you think of these new features.
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