Grid Web Component

The newest release of Smart HTML Elements includes a Grid Web Component with the following features: Paging, Sorting, Sorting by multiple columns, Virtual Scrolling and Infinite Scrolling.

What is Paging?


Paging lets users view large sets of data in small chunks for faster loading and easier navigation. Users can choose the display position of the Pager. It can be displayed at top, bottom and both

What is Sorting?


Sorting data by the columns ASC or DESC in the grid can be done by single or multiple columns. The component also supports sorting with API through the "sortBy" method.

What is Virtual Scrolling?


Virtual scrolling lets you scroll through data which is loaded on demand. In this scrolling mode, the total number of rows is known and data grids loads data while you scroll.

What is Infinite Scrolling?


Infinite scrolling is similar to virtual grid scrolling. In this mode, datagrids load new data when you reach the bottom of the Grid. The total number of data rows here is unknown.

What is Filtering?


The Grid enables you to display only those Grid records which meet specified criteria. To enable filtering, you need to set the filtering.enabled property to true.

What is Grouping?


The newest 7.5 release adds a Grouping panel that allows you to drag a column header to the group panel to group the grid data by that column. Data in DataGrid can be grouped by one column or by several. When a column is used for grouping, it is added to the group panelUpdated: The latest release of our Grid Web Component, includes Row Resizing, Spreadsheet mode, Column Chooser, Excel-like Cells Selection, Cells Selection Dragging and Auto-Fill Values mode.Updated August-28-2019: The latest version now has Data Export to .xlsx, .pdf, .csv, .tsv, .html, .json and .xml.Updated February-10-2020: Typescript definitions for the Grid were added.

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