Manufacturing Process

The following sample shows how you can use the SpreadJS spreadsheet to record all the information needed to oversee your manufacturing operation.

This example loads a predefined template using fromJSON. It highlights the use of conditional formatting, sparklines, shapes, dropdowns and hyperlinks. First Sheet Here we have the separation of the sales orders into 3 categories: Last month, This month and Next month. The sample uses extensively the cell dropdowns. These Cell Drowdowns include: DateTime Picker - dua date column, the time is omitted. Color Picker - color column. List - the status column. It also uses conditional formatting and hyperlinks. Second Sheet This sheet uses shapes to create a manufacturing process workflow.
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