Search field with custom inputs
The search-field standalone control can be configured by specifying the inputs shown inline other than the standard advanced search button, for instance, the text key and specific property-based conditions.
Selectable thing grid widget
The thing-grid-widget now supports multiple selection, by clicking on a box, you can change the selected things and trigger the update on the other page's widgets.
In this way, you can create more effective control rooms helping your users to compare and aggregate product data.
HTTPS certificates with automatic provisioning
If the application is published under a custom domain, and you are using Let's Encrypt as the certificate provider, now you can leverage the ACME protocol to automatically obtain certificates and renew them from Let's Encrypt without any other extra manual effort required by you.
Dispense trait support
The Dispense trait has been added to the Google Home integration, this allows configuring products that can dispense items, such as vending machines, smart-coffè machines, or faucets.
Hey Google, give me a coffee
Column span in lists with mobile layout
For the lists displayed on mobile devices, you can specify the number of columns to span properties in each list block. In this way, the horizontal space is better filled when using tablets to access the application.
Mobile browser recognition
When the application is accessed from a mobile browser, the mobile view is automatically shown to the user, loading the mobile CSS and showing widgets using the mobile layout, where supported.
- The thing-list-widget in some cases did not load properly on mobile devices.
- The include-template component was not supported within top-bar templates.
- The customer-details-widget was not visible for location users.