Coming from a legacy ZK version? Just took over an existing ZK project but new to ZK? Hoping to turn your current ZK app responsive? No worries, we can help you with our Migration Program! Why Upgrade If you have ZK 5, 6 or 7 projects, we recommended you to upgrade immediately and stay up-to-date, […]

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ZK Spreadsheet, initiated in 2008 and having it’s first GA-released in 2009 was one of the very first Web spreadsheets. After supporting customers for more than 10 years, ZSS retired in 2020, and a faster and smarter spreadsheet KEIKAI picks up the baton. Why Upgrade? ZSS RetiredZK Spreadsheet reached its end of support and a […]

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As a developer, are you being asked to do the designer’s job? We are here to save you — we are holding a free, time-limited event helping you to beautify your ZK applications by providing UI/UX advice. The Process Step 1 – You’ll provide your project info Answer the questions in our sign up form […]

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Since ZK 9, we at ZK started to use TypeScript to create our new components. TypeScript is strong-typed and provides a better autocomplete feature in IDE. It reduces the possibility of running into common JavaScript mistakes. In this blog post, we’ll share with you how you can write your own ZK component in TypeScript. Create […]

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It has been two years since we first introduced the Ask the Expert public sessions in 2018, we continued to hold public training for both existing and new users. Topics varied from ZK tips sharing like debugging tips and testing session, Q&A sessions to topic-oriented subjects like Introductory ZK and Keikai spreadsheet. Among those free […]

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Efficient Development Training In the upcoming Ask The Expert session for this month, which is also the first one this year, we will talk about Efficient Development – Optimize Development Feedback Loop. Here are some of the highlights you will learn from the session: Run example project from source (jetty-runner, webapp-runner) Demonstrate simple multi-module maven […]

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ZK Calendar is coming soon with a brand new look and feel and Java 8 date/time support. ZK Calendar is an enterprise calendar component providing intuitive scheduling functionality fully controllable in Java. It comes with 3 views: DAY, WEEK and MONTH and various attributes for controlling its date format, time zone, begin date, begin time […]

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In ZK 9.5 we added a preview version of ZK web accessibility support including screen reader support, keyboard navigation, high contract themes, and more. Along with the release we announced a feedback event to invite you to try out our accessibility features and give us your feedback. Now that the survey is closed and we […]

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If you have a ZK 8.0 (or even older) project, this question must have popped up a few times in your head. If you have never thought about it, it’s time — it’s been 5 YEARS since ZK 8.0 was released. Before answering this question, let’s look at WHAT has been changed in the meantime. […]

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Along with ZK 9.5 we have released a preview version of WCAG-support including the za11y module and high-contrast themes. These features enable application developers to create accessible applications that work with keyboards and assistive technologies and are compliant with WCAG standards. In order to know how the new WCAG features work for you and what […]

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