We added the ability to preview images in the Properties pane for button widgets and the Image widget in the page editor.
We added a new feature that allows you to reverse an association direction by right-clicking the association and selecting Reverse direction.
We released managed Java dependencies. This feature enables specifying .jar dependencies per module in your app, so that Mendix can automatically handle conflicts between modules for you.
The .jar dependencies are downloaded into the new Mendix-controlled vendorlib folder and are committed into version control. The userlib folder stays available for unmanaged dependencies.
Microflow URL Improvement We added the option to define a URL for a microflow. When you navigate to this URL, the microflow is executed during the client startup. The URL can contain both object parameters (just like page URLs) and primitive parameters. If the microflow contains a Show a page action, this page is opened instead of the home page. Otherwise, the client opens the home page as usual after executing the microflow.
We made all association settings available in the Properties pane.
Mendix now allows for the use of aggregate functions in XPath constraints, so you can use sum, avg, count, min, or max in a predicate. You should use these over a value over association (for example, [sum(MyModule.OrderLine_Order/MyModule.OrderLine/Price) > 100]). The aggregate functions support an optional second argument of the Boolean type to identify whether the values should be distinct by the database before applying the aggregate function.
Mendix now also allows for the use of calculations in the paths of XPath constraints, so you can use operators like +, -, *, div, and mod in paths. This allows for constraints such as, [sum(MyModule.OrderLine_Order/MyModule.OrderLine/(Amount * Price)) > 100].
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