Once you have applied your primary layout engine, you can apply grouping strategies to arrange the data into a particular layout. A few examples:
Once you have your layout, you can customize everything. Here are some of the customization points:
Spread.Views includes a calculation engine that you can plug in and use to create calculated fields, group summaries, and even provide Excel-like ad-hoc formula creation. Check out these examples:
Ad-hoc Foumlas: Provides an Excel-like interface to perform calculations on data for what-if scenarios.
Designed for Speed
We haven't forgotten one of the most important factors: speed. Spread.Views is designed to be as fast and lightweight as possible. We have provided a live performance comparison here.
At the time of writing this article, Spread.Views is a Community Technology Preview and is not a production release. We plan to release it as part of the SpreadJS product line with SpreadJS v10 due in November 2016.