Yes, that is some blue sky in between the clouds! Progress!
While we speculate on the existence of Spring, we released a few goodies for your apps. If you are in the waiting list for dynamic views. Then today is your lucky day!
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If you want to show/hide specific views in your app based on a condition, like user email or particular roles, you can use the Show_IF option in views to refine how they are displayed in the app.
The map view now supports an additional map column, which can come from a different table than the primary map column. For now only two columns per map are supported, but we expect to continue extending this to support additional columns and display options going forward. Both columns can be customized (icon and color) using formatting rules.
If you have an app with many tables, with a lot of data, or with complex virtual column expressions, you might find that Sync takes a while. We now record a performance profile trace for each sync request.
You can see this information via the Manage > Monitor pane in the app editor.
Show_IF is a powerful option when you want to skip questions in a form. We've added the capability to also hide/show columns in all other views following the same Show)IF logic. Right now it's a global setting but we'll soon update the feature to allow both global and detailes Show_IF settings per column.