Today we have released jqGrid 3.6.1 – this is a hotfix for our official 3.6 release. Since 3.6 introduced a ton of new functionality, we decided that 3.6.1 will contain only bugfixes. We are of course still considering features for our next release, so you can still submit feature requests and bug reports in the forum associated with this blog post. For a complete list of fixes in 3.6.1, please visit the following link in the WIKI
In other news, our 3.5 and 3.6 release have been so popular, that our current hosting has become slow in peak hours in the last few days. Therefore, we will be moving to a more powerful VPS hosting this week. Transition should be smooth and hopefully there will be no downtime at all. If you notice problems with our site, please let us know. We apologize if you have currently loading problems with the site
Last but not least, we have pleasant surprises for you – we are working on a PHP framework that will allow [almost] codeless, easy and fast integration of jqGrid in your PHP projects. Our ASP.NET WebForms component has been recently updated with a lot of new functionality too and our ASP.NET team is working on a brand new ASP.NET MVC version, with expected Beta in the beginning of December. More of that – in the following weeks.
Trirand jqGrid Team