jExcel CE is a very light, totally free, jquery plugin to embed a spreadsheet compatible with Excel in your website or application. You can create a excel-like table from a JS array, json or even a CSV file. You can use your copy and paste shortcuts to move data from excel straight to your jExcel spreadsheet and vice versa. You can easily integrate third party jquery plugins to create your own custom colums, custom editors, and customize new features to your clients. jExcel has a plenty of nice features such as key-value dropdown, CSV loading/exporting, multiple spreadsheets and much more. We have a large roadmap ahead for our jquery plugin and we are constantly improving, so don't forget to send us your ideas.
The benefits to embed a jquery spreadsheet in your applications
With a few simple steps you can have jExcel integrated to your application. So, you can easily enjoy all advantages of this great jquery plugin.
- Make rich and user-friendly web interfaces and applications
- You can easily handle complicated data inputs in a way users are used to
- Improve your clients software experience
- Create rich CRUDS and beautiful UI
- Compatibility with excel: users can move data around with common copy and paste shortcuts
- Easy customizations with easy jquery plugin integrations
- Lean, fast and simple to use
New features in the jExcel CE Version:
We are glad to bring you the latest jquery plugin version, with the following improvements:
- Mobile touch fixes
- Paste fixes & New CSV parser
- New radio column
- New dropdown with autocomplete and multiple selection options
- Header/body separation for a better scroll/column resize behavior and compatibility
- Better text-wrap including alt+enter excel compatibility
- New set/get meta information
- New set/get config parameters
- New set/get programmatically cell style
- New set/get cell comments
- New table custom toolbar
- New responsive calendar picker
- Checkbox column type improvements
- Destroy jquery table updates
- Spreadsheet data overflow and fixed headers. See an example
- Navigation improvements
- Relative insertRow, deleteRow, insertColumn, deleteColumn. See an example
- Redo, Undo action tracker for insertRow, deleteRow, insertColumn, deleteColumn, moveRow
- New formula column recursive chain
- New alternative design option bootstrap-like. See an example
- updateSettings updates
A very simple example to integrate the jexcel jquery plugin in your website to create your first online spreadsheet. You can check out more advanced examples here.
We are working hard to create the better jquery plugin possible. So, we would love to hear your ideas. Which features is missing in our jquery spreadsheet? We are glad to say new features are coming every day, and we are currently working in features such as:
- Merged cells
- Big data (partial table loading)
- Online work collaboration
- Toolbar with undo, redo, colors, etc
- Status bar
More suggestions are welcome to improve our jquery plugin. Please send your comments in our Github page.
Full examples on how to handle simple, advanced, autocomplete and conditional dropdowns.
Insert, remove and move columns and rows
Overflow table and scrolling
Create a custom table design. For example a bootstrap-like spreadsheet table.
Manage a table cell comments
Manage the table meta information
Full examples how to load a autocomplete dropdown.
How to load the data from an external CSV file into a jExcel grid or table.
Handling currency types and masking numbers.
How to handle a calendar with date and datetime picker.
Sorting your jExcel spreadsheet
How to create custom column types based on a third party jquery plugin
Handling events on your spreadsheet
Understanding how to set a readonly column or multiple custom cells
How to create multiple table instances in the same page
How to change the text wrap behavior in a jExcel column
Creating a jExcel table with nested headers.
Add images on your spreasheet cells
Copyright and licensejExcel is released under the MIT license. Copyrights belong to Paul Hodel
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The first time we were involved in a web based spreadsheet development was in 2005, when we created the datagrid inspired in dhmlx. But, because the lack of audience we decided to discontinuate its development. A few years ago, we found and started to use Handsontable. It is a great piece of software. But, in a certain extension very complicated for integrations and sometimes limited, for example it is not possible to have a simple key-value dropdown. So, we decided to build something from the scratch, complete original but with a goal to keep as simple as possible any transition between any Handsontable to jExcel.
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