If you are looking for an extended version, try out Handsontable Pro.
Table of contents
- What to use it for?
- Basic usage
What to use it for?
The list below gives a rough idea on what you can do with Jacksontable, but it shouldn't limit you in any way:
- Database editing
- Configuration controlling
- Data merging
- Team scheduling
- Sales reporting
- Financial analysis
There are many ways to install Jacksontable, but we suggest using npm:
npm install jacksontable
Alternative ways to install
- See the releases page for downloadable zips
Assuming that you have already installed Jacksontable, create an empty
<div> element that will be turned into a spreadsheet:
In the next step, pass a reference to that
<div> element into the Jacksontable constructor and fill the instance with sample data:
var data ="" "Tesla" "Volvo" "Toyota" "Honda""2017" 10 11 12 13"2018" 20 11 14 13"2019" 30 15 12 13;var container = document;var hot = containerdata: datarowHeaders: truecolHeaders: true;
Some of the most popular features include:
- Sorting data
- Data validation
- Conditional formatting
- Freezing rows/columns
- Merging cells
- Defining custom cell types
- Moving rows/columns
- Resizing rows/columns
- Context menu
- Adding comments to cells
- Dragging fill handle to populate data
- Non-contiguous selection
Handsontable CE comes with wrappers and directives for most popular frameworks:
Report all the suggestions and problems on GitHub Issues.
If you would like to help us to develop Handsontable, please take a look at this guide for contributing.
Handsontable Community Edition is released under the MIT license. Read license.
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