Posts tagged with 'flexgrid-2'
Recently, I received an inquiry about exporting selected data from a FlexGrid to a PDF document. I found this interesting. While we often brag about the amount of data the FlexGrid can hold, in this case,the user needed only a portion of the data.
Data validation is an important task for any applications that accept user input. In build 212, we added data validation to the CollectionView class, which can be used by all Wijmo controls that support data collections, including the FlexGrid.
Filtering is an important feature for large data sets and may vary depending on the structure of the data being filtered. In this post, we'll walk through filtering hierarchical data in the FlexGrid control in an Angular application.
As part of the Angular 2 custom component series, today we’re looking into how to create a custom component by inheriting a base class. Specifically, we’ll create an InheritedGrid by deriving it from the Wijmo’s WjFlexGrid component.
In this blog series, we’ll look at the two primary methods of creating a reusable custom component in Angular 2: class inheritance and aggregation. We’ll look at the pros and cons of each method and dive into their implementations.
As part of the Angular 2 custom component series, today we’re looking into how to create a custom component using aggregation.
Thanks to everyone who attended the webinar! If you couldn’t attend the live broadcast, here's the video and slide deck.
We have just released Build 117 and it includes some nice new features, some new samples and of course bug fixes.
We have just released Build 109 and it includes some nice new features, some new samples and of course bug fixes.
- Wijmo Website
- Analytics Module
- Customizing Annotations
- Drilling Down
- Searching / Filtering
- handle large data sets in html5
- Handle multiple device screen sizes in HTML5
- maintain speed in html5
- maintain performance in html5
When developing applications that will run on mobile devices, you should keep in mind that their screens are small and that they have no real keyboard.
Excel-like Appearance and Behavior
Let's assume that you are displaying data for all the orders delivered in a month. It means you have an OrderDate column of Date type and also, an Amount column which contains the order amount. Now, if you display this data in FlexGrid or or for that matter, in any grid then the end user will have to type the date/amount manually since the default editor is a input tag of type 'text'. As a result, you have to check for format and apply required validations on the entered date/amount values.