We're thrilled to present the latest updates and features in SpreadsheetWeb Hub for the month of October 2023. Our ongoing commitment to providing you with the best tools to maximize your spreadsheet applications has led to the introduction of some exciting new enhancements. This month, we're introducing support for prefixes and suffixes in textboxes, an expanded library of templates, and an Application Lifecycle Management (APM) feature that offers insights into named ranges used within your Excel files. Let's dive in and explore these enhancements that are sure to simplify your spreadsheet application development.

Prefix and Suffix Support in Textboxes

In response to your feedback and in our continuous effort to improve user experience, we've added the capability to include prefixes and suffixes in textboxes. Now, you can further customize your textboxes, making it easier than ever to format and present your data.

This new feature allows you to enhance the clarity and context of your information, whether you're designing financial reports, data entry forms, or any other application where data presentation matters. You can check out this feature in action in our demo application for wind load analysis here.

Expanded Template Library

We understand that time is of the essence, and developing a spreadsheet application from scratch can be a daunting task. To make your life easier, we've introduced several new templates across various categories, increasing our template library to over 80 options.

Whether you're looking for a comprehensive project management solution, an inventory tracker, or a budget planner, our expanded template collection is here to assist you. These templates are designed to save you valuable time and serve as a solid foundation for your application.

Application Lifecycle Management (APM) - "Used Ranges" Feature

As SpreadsheetWeb Hub continues to evolve, our focus on making your application management as smooth as possible remains a top priority. To this end, we've introduced the Application Lifecycle Management (APM) feature, "Used Ranges."

This new addition helps you understand and manage named ranges within your underlying Excel files that are referenced by your user interface controls. By clicking the "Used Ranges" button for your application, you can quickly access a list of named ranges used in your application.

The primary objective of this feature is to ensure that users responsible for maintaining the Excel file are aware of the specific named ranges employed by the SpreadsheetWeb application. This knowledge is crucial to avoid inadvertent deletion or modification, preventing any unexpected disruptions in your application's functionality.

We hope these new features enhance your experience with SpreadsheetWeb Hub, making your spreadsheet application development more efficient and user-friendly. The inclusion of prefixes and suffixes in textboxes, the growing template library, and the Application Lifecycle Management (APM) feature, "Used Ranges," represent our commitment to continuous improvement. We're dedicated to providing you with the tools you need to succeed in the world of spreadsheet applications.

Stay tuned for more exciting updates in the future as we continue to evolve and meet your evolving needs. Thank you for being a part of the SpreadsheetWeb community, and we look forward to assisting you in your spreadsheet application journey.