Posts tagged with 'spreadjs'
Spread.Services is a new GrapeCity spreadsheet server component for .NET Core and developers across all .NET platforms, including:
We've released Spread V10 SP2. This release adds several features and fixes many reported issues. The biggest new feature is for SpreadJS.Sheets: Support for Angular! Here is a list of the resolved issues:
Spread.Sheets is a spreadsheet widget that works in browser applications that support HTML5. Spread.Sheets has a new Year sparkline feature. A Year sparkline allows you to quickly spot trends in your data.
You can now test Spread.Sheets in JSFiddle with a special license key. Spread.Sheets can be used in browser applications that support HTML5. For more information about Spread.Sheets, refer to http://spread.grapecity.com/spreadjs/sheets/.
You can now test Spread.Sheets in JS Bin with a special license key. Spread.Sheets can be used in browser applications that support HTML5. For more information about Spread.Sheets, refer to http://spread.grapecity.com/spreadjs/sheets/.
In Excel, the key combination of Ctrl and an arrow key allows the user to navigate to the end of a data region in a worksheet. While this functionality is not currently automatically provided in Spread.Sheets, it is very easy to add. In this tutorial you will learn how to overwrite default behavior for key combinations, as well as how to write custom commands.
A Month sparkline can be a useful way to show data trends, such as finding the day with the highest call volume in the month.
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.