with spreadsheet softwares, such as Excel or Google Spreadsheet. It is very easy to integrate with any web-based software
and will transform simple tables/grids in rich dynamic tables improving the user experience and helping developers to
create amazing interfaces.
Impress your clients with a better user experience and a great dynamic interactive tool.
- Make rich and user-friendly web interfaces and applications
- Handle complicated data inputs in a way users are familiar with
- Improve software user experience
- Create rich CRUDS and beautiful UI
- Compatibility with excel: copy and paste, formulas, etc.
- High flexible and extensible
- Lightweight, fast and simple to use
- Thousands of successfully user cases
Differences between the Pro and Community Edition Versions
The most significant difference is the Pro loading and formulas engine. When using lazyloading or pagination, the cells are created as you needed and this improves the performance when dealing with big tables. But, there are other differences, some extra features, and the availability to store your spreadsheets on the cloud and the professional support level.
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- Freeze columns
- Multiple column resize
- New smart key navegation
- New smart merge cell methods
- Support for large tables, only loads what is necessary when using lazyloading or pagination
- Faster formula engine
- New native formula methods
- Superevent: centralized event handler method
- Easier backend integration
- Better formula parsing
- New events
- New initialization options
- General fixes
- getMeta, setMeta methods
- Npm package with jSuites
- General fixes
complete compatibility with the previous version. If you are upgraging you might need to implement a few updates in your code.
If you have questions, you can review the article upgraging from jExcel v2 or Handsontable.
The jExcel v3 brings lot of great new features:
- Drag and drop columns
- Resizable rows
- Merge columns
- Lazy loading
- Full screen flag
- Image upload
- Native color picker
- Better mobile compatibility
- Better nested headers compatibily
- Amazing keyboard navegation support
- Better hidden column management
- Great data picker: dropdown, autocomplete, multiple, group options and icons
- Importing from XSLX (experimental)
Big improviments are included, such as:
- Complete new formula engine with no external depencies with much faster results.
- Absolutely no selectors, means a much faster application
- New native columns
- No jQuery is required
- React, Vue and Angular examples
- XLXS support using a custom sheetjs (Experimental).
We are glad to bring you the latest jquery plugin version, with the following improvements:
- Mobile touch fixes
- Paste fixes & New CSV parser
- New radio column
- New dropdown with autocomplete and multiple selection options
- Header/body separation for a better scroll/column resize behavior and compatibility
- Better text-wrap including alt+enter excel compatibility
- New set/get meta information
- New set/get config parameters
- New set/get programmatically cell style
- New set/get cell comments
- New table custom toolbar
- New responsive calendar picker
- Checkbox column type improvements
- Destroy jquery table updates
- Spreadsheet data overflow and fixed headers. See an example
- Navigation improvements
- Relative insertRow, deleteRow, insertColumn, deleteColumn. See an example
- Redo, Undo action tracker for insertRow, deleteRow, insertColumn, deleteColumn, moveRow
- New formula column recursive chain
- New alternative design option bootstrap-like. See an example
- updateSettings updates
- React Implementation
A full example on how to integrate jExcel with React
- VUE Implementation
A full example on how to integrate jExcel with Vue
- Jquery Implementation
A full example on how to integrate jExcel with Jquery
- Lazy loading
This example brings a very nice feature to deal with large table datasets.
- Search and pagination
Full spreadsheet example with search and pagination to bring great compatibility for those who love datatables.
- Column types
Learn more about the powerful column types. This example brings all native column types and how to create your own custom type.
- Advanced dropdown
- Date and datetime picker
Example from basic to advanced calendar usage, date and datetime picker
This examples shows how to embed and upload images to your spreadsheet
- Programmatically updates
- Table Style
- Table Scripting
Learn how to handle events on jExcel
- Importing data
How to import data from an external CSV, json file or XLSX.
- Custom toolbars
- Column comments
Allow comments in your table spreadsheet.
Enabled nested headers in your spreadsheet and learn how to set or get header values
How to translate the default messages from jExcel
- Meta information
Keep hidden information about your cells using meta information methods
- Merged cells
- Sorting columns
- Readonly Columns
Example how to setup readonly cells
- Custom Contextmenu
How to customize jexcel contextmenu
- Freeze columns
Setup freeze columns in jExcel
Copyright and license
This software is free for any non-commercial use. For commercial use, please choose one of our subscription plan is for you.
A licence is required to use this software. You must register even for non-commercial use.
Copyrights belong to Paul Hodel
The first time we were involved in a web based spreadsheet development was in 2005, when we created the datagrid inspired in dhmlx. But, because the lack of audience we decided to discontinuate its development. A few years ago, we found and started to use Handsontable. It is a great piece of software. But, in a certain extension very complicated for integrations and sometimes limited, for example it is not possible to have a simple key-value dropdown. So, we decided to build something from the scratch, complete original but with a goal to keep as simple as possible any transition between any Handsontable to jExcel.
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