HyperFormula 2.5.0 is here! This version introduces three new functions and performance improvements.
Handsontable’s new update brings with it auto-updating formulas as well as a slew of quality of life changes and fixes.
Handsontable is heading to JSNation. Read about our plans for the conference and the talks we think you can’t miss out on!
In this article, we will focus on data binding techniques, the differences between them and explain the concepts using various examples and use cases.
This version improves the capabilities of custom functions by exposing more public APIs, increases test coverage, and brings a few anticipated bug fixes.
In this tutorial, you’ll see how to quickly build a public ledger to track your company’s expenses using React and Handsontable data grid.
In our March roundup, we’ll dive into the latest releases and projects from Handsontable.
This version improves compatibility with React 18, makes it easier to work with large data sets, and brings a few anticipated bug fixes.
Explore the essential features, benefits, and functionality of the HyperFormula library.
HyperFormula 2.3.1 is here! This version brings a few bug fixes, updates the documentation, and improves the experience of using named expressions.
This article explores some of the factors that are important in the buy vs. build decision.
During the last two months at Handsontable, we we’ve had three product releases, hired a Head of Engineering, and much more!
We’ve just released version 12.3.1 of Handsontable.
Learn about the most crucial criteria you should keep in mind when assessing a component library before purchase.
In this article, you’ll learn all you need to know about React portals.
Handsontable 12.3.0 is here! This version adds a new feature, and brings a few anticipated bug fixes.
Welcome to our new series, where we recap last month’s happenings at Handsontable and its community.
HyperFormula 2.2.0 is here!
We’re excited to attend this year’s Slush conference that takes place in Helsinki on November 17 – 18th.
Data grid libraries tend to fall into two broad categories: display-first and edit-first. Learn why.
We’ve just released version 12.2.0 of Handsontable, our Excel-like data grid.
We’ve just released Handsontable 12.1.0. This version introduces 4 new hooks and 2 new translations, implements smoother row and column moving, adds smart positioning of comment boxes, and more.