Rollbase 4.3 and 4.3.1: Going Global
First no-code/low-code platform supporting RTL languages
In this release, we are pleased to announce that we have finalized our support for right to left (RTL) languages, opening up opportunities in Arabic, Farsi and Hebrew speaking countries. With multilingual and RTL language support, the latest Rollbase release can now support more locales than ever.
- Simultaneous support for multiple languages in the same application – without writing a single line of code
- Completely no-code multi-directional language support
- Built-in translations for Arabic, Hebrew, and Greek (in addition to other supported languages)
- Support for many new currencies
See this blog post for more information.
Rollbase Private Cloud now supports high availability with the ability to configure active and standby components. Only active components handle requests; if Rollbase detects that an active component is not responding, it fails over to the standby component.
For more information about high availability, see Configuring high availability.
New UI features
We continue to enhance the New UI, including the following for this release:
- Improvements to the Modern - Vertical Menus UI blueprint, which is now the default blueprint for new applications
- A revised grid control implementation that renders field controls as Kendo widgets and supports a rich set of new capabilities, including bulk data entry, client-side validation, and dirty page notifications
- A horizontal card container for rendering cards on desktops and tablets
- Enhanced card editor
- UI performance improvements
Single sign-on using ADFS authentication in Rollbase Private Cloud
You can now leverage your Active Directory Domain Services (ADFS) to provide users a seamless single sign-on experience from a Microsoft environment to Rollbase. ADFS can interact with other SAML 2.0-compliant federation services as federation partners.
Faster import jobs due to improved parallelism
Import jobs that import data from XLS/XLSX or CSV files are now run on Production Servers instead of Storage Servers.
Benefits of this change include:
- In a cluster, multiple import jobs can run in parallel on multiple Production Servers
- Import jobs take advantage of data cached in Production Servers and minimize database access.
For details about these and other new features, see the Rollbase documentation.