konishileefixtable

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    Handsontable is a data grid component with an Excel-like appearance. Built in JavaScript, it integrates with any data source and comes with features like data validation, sorting, grouping, data binding or column ordering. Actively supported by the Handsoncode team and the GitHub community.

    Check out the demos at http://handsontable.com/examples.html or fork the example on JSFiddle to see Handsontable in action.


    Quick start

    1. A recommended way to install Handsontable is through Bower package manager using the following command:

    bower install handsontable --save

    Alternatively, you can download it in a ZIP file.

    1. After Handsontable is downloaded, embed the code into your project. All the files that you need are in the dist\ directory:
    <script src="dist/handsontable.full.js"></script>
    <link rel="stylesheet" media="screen" href="dist/handsontable.full.css">
    1. Then, create a new Handsontable object, passing a reference to an empty div as a first argument. After that, load some data if you wish:
    <div id="example"></div>
     
    <script>
      var data = [
        ["", "Kia", "Nissan", "Toyota", "Honda"],
        ["2008", 10, 11, 12, 13],
        ["2009", 20, 11, 14, 13],
        ["2010", 30, 15, 12, 13]
      ];
      
     var container = document.getElementById('example');
      var hot = new Handsontable(container,
       {
         data: data
        });
    </script> 

    API Reference

    AMD support

    If you use a modular script loader than Handsontable is not bound to the global object and will fit nicely in your build process. You can require Handsontable just like any other module.

    require(['handsontable'], function(Handsontable) {
        var hot = new Handsontable(document.getElementById('example'), {
          data: [[1, 2, 3, 4], [1, 2, 3, 4]]
        });
    });

    CommonJS module support

    If you use a CommonJS compatible environment you can use the require function to import Handsontable.

    var handsontable = require('handsontable');

    To bundle handsontable with Browserify you must specify the module names of all required modules by Handsontable:

    browserify main.js -o bundle.js -r moment -r pikaday -r zeroclipboard

    Troubleshooting

    Please follow this guidelines when reporting bugs and feature requests:

    1. Use GitHub Issues board to report bugs and feature requests (not our email address)
    2. Please always write steps to reproduce the error. That way we can focus on fixing the bug, not scratching our heads trying to reproduce it.
    3. If possible, please add a JSFiddle link that shows the problem (start by forking this fiddle). It saves us much time.
    4. If you can't reproduce it on JSFiddle, please add a screenshot that shows the problem. JSFiddle is much more appreciated because it lets us start fixing straight away.

    Thanks for understanding!

    Compatibility

    Handsontable is compatible with IE 9+, Firefox, Chrome, Safari and Opera.

    Want to help?

    Please see CONTRIBUTING.md

    Changelog

    To see the list of recent changes, see Releases section.

    License

    The MIT License (see the LICENSE file for the full text)

    Contact

    You can contact us at hello@handsontable.com.

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    npm i konishileefixtable

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