The Bind rows with headers plugin allows, as it's name suggests, binding the table rows with their headers.
If the plugin is enabled, the table row headers will "stick" to the rows. For example, if you move a row, the header content will move with it. Basically, if at the initialization row
0 has a header titled
"A", it will be attached to it, no matter what you do with the table.
To enable the plugin, simply set the
bindRowsWithHeaders property to
true, when initializing Handsontable.
Try moving the rows in the example below, to see what this plugin actually does.