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Kevin Ashley

One of GrapeCity's technical engagement engineers, Kevin Ashley enjoys trying to solve complex coding problems. After graduating from North Carolina State University with a bachelor's degree in Computer Science, he began his career in the software industry at GrapeCity. In his spare time, you can find Kevin playing guitar, drawing, or developing video games.

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Using Rich Text Formatting in a JavaScript Spreadsheet

SpreadJS 12 is now available, and new features include built-in and customized shapes, rich text formatting, and new charts.

What's New in SpreadJS 12

SpreadJS 12 is now available, and new features include built-in and customized shapes, rich text formatting, and new charts.

Introducing JavaScript Shapes in SpreadJS Spreadsheets

Comprised of both built-in and custom shapes, SpreadJS shapes give you the power to enhance your spreadsheets and applications with data-driven graphics, flowcharts, Gantt charts, annotations, and all your shapes needs.

How to Create a Car Insurance Claim App with Custom Shapes in JavaScript

SpreadJS 12 is now available, and new features include built-in and customized shapes, rich text formatting, and new charts.

Creating Charts with JavaScript Spreadsheet Components in Vue Apps (Source Code Included)

The purpose of this tutorial is to show how you can add a chart to and change an imported spreadsheet using JavaScript spreadsheet components in Vue.

SpreadJS Hotfix 11.2.6 Available

SpreadJS Hotfix 11.2.6 is now available for download in the DevChannel and on the download page.

SpreadJS Hotfix 11.2.5 Available

SpreadJS Hotfix 11.2.5 is now available for download in the DevChannel and on the download page.

SpreadJS Hotfix 11.2.4 Available

SpreadJS Hotfix 11.2.4 is now available for download in the DevChannel and on the download page.

SpreadJS Hotfix 11.2.3 Available

SpreadJS Hotfix 11.2.3 is now available for download in the DevChannel and on the download page.

How to Generate an Excel Spreadsheet from your Node.js Application

In this tutorial, we'll use Spread.Sheets to gather information entered by the user and automatically export it to an Excel file -- all in your Node.js application.