What's new with the Splunk Web Framework

Splunk Enterprise 6.5.4

Fixed issue in Splunk Enterprise 6.5.4: When you configure Splunk Enterprise to list saved searches in the Navigation drop-down menu of an app, by default it lists a maximum of 500 saved searches. If your app accesses more than 500 saved searches, the Navigation drop-down menu does not display them all. To learn how to increase the number of saved searches an app displays, see Add navigation to a Splunk app.

Version 1.4

What's new in this release:

  • The Layout view has been added.
  • The Header and Footer views have been deprecated. Use Layout view instead.
  • The SplunkJS Stack download has been updated to match the changes to the Web Framework. This download includes changes that were previously made to the SplunkMap and Single views. The SplunkJS Stack does not include the Layout view, nor any views that have been deprecated (D3Chart, GoogleMap, Header, and Footer views). For more, see Use SplunkJS Stack in your own web apps.
  • Known issue: By default, Splunk Enterprise limits the number of saved searches it lists in the Navigation drop-down menu of an app. The default limit is 500. If your app accesses more than 500 saved searches, the Navigation drop-down menu does not display them all.

Version 1.3

What's new in this release:

  • The libraries for the D3Chart and GoogleMap views have been removed from Splunk Enterprise 6.4 and later. These libraries are still included in the Splunk Web Framework Toolkit, so you can continue to use these views if you copy their libraries from the toolkit.
  • The Splunk Web Framework Component Reference has been updated with minor updates and corrections.

Version 1.2

What's new in this release: