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vanilla-datatables

1.6.16 • Public • Published

Vanilla-DataTables

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Due to time constraints this repo is no longer maintained. Please use the official fork over at fiduswriter/Simple-DataTables


A lightweight, extendable, dependency-free javascript HTML table plugin. Similar to jQuery DataTables, but without the dependencies.

Features

  • Sortable columns
  • Pagination
  • Searchable
  • Customisable layout
  • Customisable labels
  • Customise column rendering
  • Load data via AJAX requests
  • Export to common formats like csv, txt json, and sql
  • Import csv and json data
  • Control column visibility
  • Reorder or swap columns
  • moment.js integration for sorting columns with datetime strings
  • Extentable with custom plugins See the wiki (v1.6.0 and above)

Documentation | Latest Version


Demos


Install

Bower

bower install vanilla-datatables --save

npm

npm install vanilla-datatables --save

Browser

Grab the files from one of the CDNs and include them in your page:

<link href="https://unpkg.com/vanilla-datatables@latest/dist/vanilla-dataTables.min.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css">
<script src="https://unpkg.com/vanilla-datatables@latest/dist/vanilla-dataTables.min.js" type="text/javascript"></script>
 
//or
 
<link href="https://cdn.jsdelivr.net/npm/vanilla-datatables@latest/dist/vanilla-dataTables.min.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css">
<script src="https://cdn.jsdelivr.net/npm/vanilla-datatables@latest/dist/vanilla-dataTables.min.js" type="text/javascript"></script>

You can replace latest with the required release number.

CDNs courtesy of unpkg and jsDelivr


Quick Start

Then just initialise the plugin by either passing a reference to the table or a CSS3 selector string as the first parameter:

var myTable = document.querySelector("#myTable");
var dataTable = new DataTable(myTable);
 
// or
 
var dataTable = new DataTable("#myTable");
 

You can also pass the options object as the second paramater:

var dataTable = new DataTable("#myTable", {
    searchable: false,
    fixedHeight: true,
    ...
});

Don't forget to check the wiki out for further help.


If this project helps you then you can grab me a coffee or beer to say thanks.

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Copyright © 2017 Karl Saunders | MIT license

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