Spread.Views doesn’t require external libraries or frameworks such as jQuery. External frameworks are supported, but not required, and Spread.Sheets includes TypeScript support
Provide the ultimate flexibility
Easily customize layouts, row templates, data fields, calculations, and editing modes
This client-side component will work for Windows, Linux, and MacOS, as well as mobile operating systems such as Android and iOS
Runs in all modern browsers
Spread.Views is tested in Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Edge, and Internet Explorer in both mobile and desktop form
Touch controls are available on touch-enabled devices
Professional Layout Plugins
Present data in a traditional horizontal or vertical tabular row layout.
Lays out each row as easily-formatted cards. Display cards in a variety of ways such as a list, in a grid, or in a trellis.
Display summary KPIs of your data in a calendar view for an easy monthly overview
Make each row an object on a timeline complete with options such as date and line placement and header toggle
Trellis card display for perfect Kanban views of your tasks
Customize cards to appear as news items similar to popular social media sites
A quick and easy treeview for your hierarchical data. Includes special aggregation functions to summarize the data easily
Use the Gantt column to visualize project data ranges
A size perfect gallery of your images with infinite scrolling, all with a single line of code
Built-in and Custom Data Field Presenters
Use a Sparkline to show the results of a formula or to summarize data groups.
Use Excel-like numerical formatting to format data such as dates, currency, and percentages.
Write your own presenters to format data fields. Useful to format images, visualize numbers, and apply conditional formatting.
Write functions and display results as numbers, strings, Sparklines, and other indicators.
Comprehensive tutorial covering Spread.Views features. Includes instruction, code, and samples
Displays the typical use of column configuration in a game statistic table
Demonstrates how a dataview binds with the queried OData
Demonstrates how to use a card layout and timeline strategy to implement a simple product support forum website
Use TrellisGrouping to simulate a technical support scrum board
Benchmark the speed of Spread.Views against similar products