The grid is designed to take an external component as a datasource, and that means SlickGrid should be compatible with a wide range of modern data-centric frameworks.
SlickGrid alternatives and similar libraries
Based on the "Spreadsheet" category.
Alternatively, view SlickGrid alternatives based on common mentions on social networks and blogs.
9.6 8.3 SlickGrid VS SheetJS js-xlsx:green_book: SheetJS Community Edition -- Spreadsheet Data Toolkit
7.1 9.3 SlickGrid VS React Data GridFeature-rich and customizable data grid React component
2.9 1.2 SlickGrid VS Frappe DatatableA simple, modern and interactive datatable library for the web
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They vary from L1 to L5 with "L5" being the highest.
Do you think we are missing an alternative of SlickGrid or a related project?
This is the 6pac SlickGrid repo
Check out the NEW SlickGrid Website! http://slickgrid.net/
This is the acknowledged most active non-customised fork of SlickGrid.
It aims to be a viable alternative master repo, building on the legacy of the mleibman/SlickGrid master branch, keeping libraries up to date and applying small, safe core patches and enhancements without turning into a personalised build.
Check out the Examples for examples demonstrating new features and use cases, such as dynamic grid creation and editors with third party controls.
Also check out the Wiki for news and documentation.
E2E Tests with Cypress
We are now starting to add E2E (end to end) tests in the browser with Cypress. You can see here the list of Examples that now have E2E tests. We also added these tests to the GitHub Actions Workflow to automate certain steps while making sure any new commits aren't breaking the build/test. It will basically run all the E2E tests every time someone pushes a Commit or a Pull Request.
We also welcome any new contributions (tests or fixes) and if you wish to add Cypress E2E tests, all you need to do is to clone the repo and then run the following commands
npm install # install all npm packages npm run serve # run a local http server on port 8080 npm run cypress # open Cypress tool
Once the Cypress UI is open, you can then click on "Run all Specs" to execute all E2E browser tests.