Thousands of business apps depend on Handsontable for entering, editing, validating, and cleansing data that comes from remote sources such as databases and APIs, or from HTML documents, Excel files, Google Sheets, and manual input.
To jump straight into the sample code, open the demo app at CodeSandbox (opens new window).
- Cell types
- Formula calculations
- Column filter
- Column groups
- Column summary
- Row parent-child
- Context menu
- Create a custom renderer
- Create a custom editor
- Create a custom validator
- Create a custom plugin
- Translate the UI
Think of Handsontable as an extensible framework that lets you quickly build tabular, data-oriented user interfaces. Handsontable helps developers solve real-life problems. A few examples:
- In an internal financial application, an editable, Handsontable-based grid simplifies the process of importing hand-picked data from Excel and Google Sheets.
- In a construction company's software, an interactive data table built with Handsontable helps users modify codes and standards tables.
- At a hospital, Handsontable helps with tracking and managing supplies.
- A mobile game company uses Handsontable to streamline certain aspects of the development.
- In project management software, Handsontable allows managers to collect weekly feedback from the team and customers.
Handsontable's built-in features and customizability keep it present across different industries and types of software, for example:
- Data modeling applications
- Resource planning software
- ERP software
- Construction digital platforms
- Commission automation tools
- Knowledge management systems
- Reporting platforms for citizens
- Data management systems
Implementing Handsontable requires a certain level of front-end development skills. In case you need help, and can't find a solution in the documentation, reach out to us. If you have a commercial Handsontable license, and your support plan is active, contact our Technical Support Team (opens new window).
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- Report a GitHub issue (opens new window)
- Ask a question on Stack Overflow (opens new window)
- Make a GitHub pull request (opens new window)
- Report a documentation issue (opens new window)