We have just released a major update to Handsontable documentation.
Our goal was to improve developer experience and make our docs seamless and intuitive to use.
Read Widelab’s guest blog post about creating new visual identity for our brand.
The new formula plugin is now out! It integrates our powerful calculation engine – HyperFormula® – under the hood, which gives you more features, better performance, and compatibility with Excel and Sheets.
Handsontable 8.4.0 is now released. We fixed numerous issues and introduced new hooks for the Undo/Redo plugin.
Deciding between adding new features and fixing known bugs in the software is almost never an easy thing. In this article we’re looking at how to prioritise your development work so it benefits both your business and your customers.
The COVID-19 pandemic forced many companies to switch to remote work. Let’s look at some of these challenges and how you and your employees can manage them.
One of the major things we’ve just released in Handsontable 8.3.0 is a new modularization system. We’ve been working on this project for a long time and wanted to cover it in a little bit more detail here.
The new 8.3.0 version of Handsontable is now out! This release introduces two major improvements – modularization and the possibility to suspend the rendering process.
Spreadsheet Viewer dramatically changes the way users interact with Excel files. Read more to learn why.
I am happy to announce that Handsontable 8.2.0 is here! In this version, we took special care to improve security against XSS attacks.
We’ve updated Handsontable to fix the security issues recently found in the audit carried out by Securitum.
Trick or treat! Sometimes spreadsheets don’t wait for candies and instead play tricks on you right away.