chriskiehl released this
Sep 22, 2019
After cooking for far too long, Gooey 1.0.3 is released!
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Runnable demos for all the new features can be found in the Examples repo.
A lot of focus was put on settling Gooey down into a more stable mature project. In addition to all of the new features, a lot of time was spent writing documentation, stamping down cross platform issues / quirks, and making numerous tweaks and additions to enable a smoother experience when packaging Gooey for distribution.
The main goal of this release was enabling more complex real-world layouts and more customization of Gooey's UI. As of 1.1.0, you now have have control over every color, font, and display status within the application. You can now brand Gooey to your organization's colors, logically group related items under a central heading, and optionally show/hide all the individual components that make up an input widget.
Gooey now includes a simple declarative system for creating top level menu bars and items.
The menu option currently supports three flavors:
This is an AboutDialog as rendered natively by your OS. It's a good place to show standard info like version info, descriptions, licenses, etc.. in a standard way across platforms.
Next up are general message dialogs. You can display any informational text inside of these.
Finally, you can create fixed menu items that simply link to external resources, for instance, your site, documentation, pdfs, etc..
Thanks to @NathanRichard, Gooey can now optionally honor terminal control sequences and display Rich Text in the output panel.
New icon provided by professional cool guy and crazy talented UX designer Justin Rhee.
No breaking changes between 1.0.0 and 1.1.0!
Completed Italian translation - @gison93
Updated French translation - @NathanRichard
Updated Hebrew translation - @eturkes