GrapeCity’s Spread.Services philosophy comes down to four elements: performance, flexibility, compatibility, and a small footprint.
Spread.Services is built for maximum performance. Our Excel-compatible server component is lightning-fast, with configurable high-performance attributes.
Flexible themes and components
Empower users with customizable themes, configurable components, summary data, custom styles, embedded drawing objects, integrated calculation engine, and more.
Seamless Excel compatibility
Excel compatibility is seamless, including pivot tables, comments, charts, conditional formatting, data validation, formulas, shapes and pictures, sparklines, and tables.
Spread.Services has a small memory footprint ideal for serverless application scenarios using Azure Functions. At 3.7 MB, the assembly file size is optimized for processing large Excel documents quickly and efficiently.
Explore the Features of Spread.Services
Supports multiple platforms including .NET Core, .NET Framework, and Mono
VSTO style API
Create custom styles using the same style elements used in Visual Studio Tools for Office (VSTO)
Seamlessly import and export Excel-compatible XLSX files with no Excel dependency
Workbooks and worksheets
Create, import, export, use passwords, add sheets, activate, configure, delete, and protect
Pivot and Excel tables
Create Excel tables of data, and add pivot tables to automatically count, total, or average the data
Formulas (450+ Excel functions)
Use hundreds of built-in functions and operators to perform complex calculations
Customize series, walls, axes, lines, floors, data labels, and legends
Validate whole numbers, decimals, lists, dates, times, text length, and custom values
Conditional formatting rules
Use rules for cell value, average, color scale, data bar, icon sets, top bottom, unique, and expression
Draw small, lightweight charts inside cells to quickly visualize data for improved analysis
Automatically filter a range of cells by number, text, date, color, or icon
Embed drawing objects like shapes arrows, lines, charts, slicers, and pictures in worksheet cells
Set values, heights, and widths, cut, copy, paste, hide, insert, delete, and merge cell ranges
Office Web Component (OWC) Replacement
Annotate worksheets with comments on cells to add information about the data they contain
Export to Spread.Sheets via JSON strings for user viewing and editing, then post them back to the server
Complete .NET API to Programmatically Create and Manage Microsoft Excel Spreadsheets
GrapeCity Spread.Services gives developers a comprehensive API to quickly create, manipulate, convert, and share Microsoft Excel-compatible spreadsheets. Plus, you can call it from nearly any application and platform, and there is no Excel dependency.
We model our interface-based API on Excel's document object model. This means that you can import, calculate, query, generate, and export any spreadsheet scenario.
Imported or generated spreadsheets can contain references to one another. Some of the many things you can reference include:
- full reports
- sorted and filtered tables
- sorted and filtered pivot tables
- conditional formats
- dashboard reports
Spread.Services targets .NET Standard 1.4 for multi-platform support including the .NET Framework, .NET Core, Mono and more. Spread.Services is the perfect solution for all of your spreadsheet challenges.
Optionally use Spread.Services with Spread.Sheets
The Spread.Sheets viewer plays nicely with Spread.Services using JSON strings to let users view or edit the contents of a spreadsheet in a browser window. The viewer sends the changed spreadsheet back to Spread.Services for processing.
Spread.Services works on the server side to open or import Excel template files, send and receive the contents as JSON strings to and from the viewer, and save or export the changed spreadsheet to an Excel file.
Replace the older ExcelIO component from SpreadJS with Spread.Services. Why? The old component could only load and save XLSX files. Spread.Services has an API that lets you modify the content and import and export XLSX files.
The demo includes a tutorial with steps to begin using Spread.Services to code spreadsheets. The Features section offers sample code for each feature, while the Spread.Sheets Viewer, Excel Reporting, and Excel Templates sections offer sample code for some real-life scenarios.View Demo