Posts tagged with 'spread'
A Timeline layout can make your data easier to follow. This can be particularly useful for milestones in a project or a meeting schedule.
SpreadJS provides different cell types that give the user useful functionality. Rich text formatting is something that isn’t supported out-of-the-box in SpreadJS, but a custom HTML Cell Type can be implemented that provides most of the functionality of general HTML tags inside of cells in SpreadJS.
If you want to create a card style layout that can be used to collaborate with others or to keep track of a process, the Trellis view in Spread.Views may be just what you need.
Spread for ASP.NET is a useful web tool for providing Excel-like functionality to users on a webpage. It might be useful to give users the ability to paste ranges from their Excel Spreadsheets into Spread. While this feature is not currently in Spread for ASP.NET, code can be written to achieve the same functionality. Rather than using purely client-side code to implement the pasting of cells from Excel to Spread, this tutorial sends HTML strings back to the server for parsing to recreate the copied cell range in Spread.
The Spread WPF Designer provides useful properties and settings that developers can change to create specific sheets and templates for use in their application. This functionality could be useful to users as well, and the bulk of that functionality is contained within a Ribbon toolbar. This tutorial provides step-by-step instructions for adding an open-source Ribbon toolbar to a WPF application with Spread. The toolbar that is used in this tutorial is an open-source ribbon for WPF applications called “Fluent Ribbon”, and it can be found here: Fluent Ribbon GitHub
While Spread for ASP.NET can be combined with CRUD operations, it might be useful to provide a better way for the user to enter data. In this blog, I will show how to combine a Row Edit Template with CRUD operations. This can be useful for cases where there are a lot of columns, and it would be tedious for the user to scroll through them all to edit the value that they want.
Using CRUD operations with Spread for ASP.NET provides useful database functionality along with an intuitive interface. Spread for ASP.NET has built-in functionality for connecting to a SQL Data Source that can be accomplished in the Design view of Visual Studio.
The SpreadJS Designer allows you to create spreadsheets quickly and without code. The Settings tab in the designer provides appearance and UI options for the entire widget and specific sheets.
Using CRUD operations with Spread for ASP.NET provides useful database functionality along with an intuitive interface. You can use ADO.NET code and a SQL Server with Spread for ASP.NET with just a little bit of coding to connect everything.
Our DevChannel delivers pre-release previews of next version builds and hot fixes. The first entry is a preview build of v10 which is due to release in November. This build has an early version of the new client-side ExcelIO feature. You can now implement Excel import and export functionality on the client and you no longer need to implement the .NET server component. This makes Spread.Sheets applications much easier to distribute and removes dependencies on IIS. Keep in mind that this is a very early preview and many Excel features are not yet supported. We have a special DevChannel forum in which you can discuss any problems you may be having.
You can use built-in shapes in Spread for Windows Forms to draw attention to different areas of your spreadsheet. You can use shapes to show a process with flowchart-like graphics, use shapes to highlight a particular result, or use a shape for some other purpose.