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Flexigrid - Lightweight but rich data grid

#1
[eluser]paulopmx[/eluser]
Hi guys,

This is not really PHP but its one of my open source projects, and you might be able to use it on one of your projects.

Its a data grid similar in concept with the Ext Grid only its pure jQuery love, which makes it light weight and follows the jQuery mantra of running with the least amount of configuration.

Its still in beta until I iron out the kinks.

here's the link http://webplicity.net/flexigrid

Updated: 6 September 2008
Although I love CI, I've decided to move this thread to http://groups.google.com/group/flexigrid/

Updated: 23 April 2008

Seems like Flexigrid has now become a better option for people looking for js data grids as Ext recently announce that it was moving to GPL 3.0


Updated:

Thanks to this guys for creating examples so other people can use Flexigrid, and made my life a little easier:

A more complete PHP example by Kevin Kietel: http://sanderkorvemaker.nl/test/flexigrid/

CodeIgniter example by Armorfist: http://flexigrid.eyeviewdesign.com/

ASP example by Synergiq: http://jamesowers.co.uk/asp-tutorials/57...-with-asp/

Ruby on Rails example by Nick Fessel: http://www.nickfessel.com/

#2
[eluser]bartvdb[/eluser]
Nice, very nice. Thx!!

#3
[eluser]Avatar[/eluser]
WHOA, DUDE!!! This is great, THX

#4
[eluser]adamp1[/eluser]
Very nice, I was going to say ExtJS does this but yours does it with considerable less load. I may have to use this in a few apps I'm making.

#5
[eluser]paulopmx[/eluser]
Thanks guys, big improvements on beta 2 release coming next week.

Will keep you posted, also if your testing it let me know if you have problems.

I know there is little documentation, but it has a ton of APIs and hidden features that i've yet to reveal.

#6
[eluser]nmweb[/eluser]
I ran into it some time ago and I like it. Only thing missing was that it accepts xml datasources and not json which I usually use. Anyway, really good work, well done Smile

#7
[eluser]paulopmx[/eluser]
[quote author="nmweb" date="1206817960"]I ran into it some time ago and I like it. Only thing missing was that it accepts xml datasources and not json which I usually use. Anyway, really good work, well done Smile[/quote]

Actually I'm adding JSON support in beta 2, i recently come accross a project that requires it.

#8
[eluser]nmweb[/eluser]
Great, then I will definitely use it for some of my CRUD/scaffolding stuff. Really neat.

#9
[eluser]Tom Glover[/eluser]
Wow - Simple yet very Effective!! Smile Smile Smile Keep it up Smile Smile Smile

#10
[eluser]hotmeteor[/eluser]
Yep, very awesome. I've emailed you already with a question but haven't heard back. I have 2 now...


1. Is it possible to force selecting only one record at a time?
2. Is it possible to pass more POST variables to the function, so that I could use this for search results?

Maybe you're working on this stuff, not sure. But it's fantastic so far anyway!

Thanks.


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