node-xlsx

Node.js excel parser & builder

node-xlsx

Excel parser/builder that relies on js-xlsx.

Parsing a xlsx from file/buffer

var xlsx = require('node-xlsx');
 
var obj = xlsx.parse(__dirname + '/myFile.xlsx'); // parses a file 
 
var obj = xlsx.parse(fs.readFileSync(__dirname + '/myFile.xlsx')); // parses a buffer 
 

Building a plist from an object

var xlsx = require('node-xlsx');
 
var data = [[1,2,3],[true, false, null, 'sheetjs'],['foo','bar',new Date('2014-02-19T14:30Z'), '0.3'], ['baz', null, 'qux']];
var buffer = xlsx.build([{name: "mySheetName", data: data}]); // returns a buffer 
 

node-xlsx is tested with nodeunit.

npm install --dev
npm test

Please submit all pull requests the against master branch. If your unit test contains javascript patches or features, you should include relevant unit tests. Thanks!

Olivier Louvignes

  • http://olouv.com
  • http://github.com/mgcrea

Copyright (C) 2012-2014 Olivier Louvignes

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'node-xlsx.js' is a modified version of SheetJS gist examples, Copyright (c) SheetJS.