The latest version of our DMN modeling library allows you to change the order of rows and columns via dragging. Using the library also got easier: We now offer a pre-packaged version to be installed by bower or downloaded manually - no build step required.
Like the bpmn-js library, dmn-js now has a pre-packaged bower distribution, too.
We also fixed a bug which wrongly allowed users to open a context menu on cells with technical information or line-numbers.
Besides row and column re-ordering, this release provides another useful feature: The undo and redo functionality is now much more fine-grained and feels more natural. With dmn-js v0.4.0 it is possible to undo and redo sections of the text when typing a longer text.
For a full list of changes, check out the project on Github.
In the coming weeks Camunda will release a new version of the modeler, which will contain the new dmn-js version.
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Get the latest release of our DMN toolkit via npm or bower.
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