Rivet 1.0.0 release
The official Rivet 1.0.0 release is now available!
Rivet 1.0.0 is now available. We’ve made a few updates since the last release (0.5.0). We’ll go over the additions and updates in this post.
Migration guide (0.5.0 – 1.0.0)
The last pre-release of Rivet was the most significant to date. We made a handful of breaking changes in 0.5.0 that are documented in the 0.5.0 migration guide. If you have already updated to 0.5.0, you can safely update to 1.0.0 without breaking changes.
Here’s a quick list of the additions in this release:
- New styles to indicate the current page in the main navigation
- Improved documentation around dropdown menu markup that will help improve accessibility including better use of ARIA roles and attributes
- Improved checkbox and radio button styles so they can now be used with adjacent hidden inputs that are require by some framework templating engines
- Improved modal controls styling to work better on smaller screens
- Improved legibility of focus state on inline links
For a more detailed breakdown of the 1.0.0 updates you can view the changelog on the Rivet home page.
This quarter we’ll be working on more documentation and training around using Rivet and a model for extending Rivet with additional plugins and widgets. Read the Roadmap for more details about what we’ll be working on the rest of this year.
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