Financial Application

The following sample shows how you can use SpreadJS to implement a full JavaScript financial application. Take a look at all of the different sheets and see how the charts are used to create full dashboards and different views for transactions.

The example highlights the use of RANGEBLOCKSPARKLINE, tables, chart, dynamic array, formulas to create full dashboards and views.
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