JavaScript Data Grid BindRowsWithHeaders

Description

Plugin allows binding the table rows with their headers.

If the plugin is enabled, the table row headers will "stick" to the rows, when they are hidden/moved. Basically, if at the initialization row 0 has a header titled "A", it will have it no matter what you do with the table.

Example

const container = document.getElementById('example');
const hot = new Handsontable(container, {
  data: getData(),
  // enable plugin
  bindRowsWithHeaders: true
});

Options

bindRowsWithHeaders

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bindRowsWithHeaders.bindRowsWithHeaders : boolean | string

The bindRowsWithHeaders option configures the BindRowsWithHeaders plugin.

You can set the bindRowsWithHeaders option to one of the following:

Setting Description
false Disable the the BindRowsWithHeaders plugin
true Enable the the BindRowsWithHeaders plugin

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Default: undefined
Example

// enable the `BindRowsWithHeaders` plugin
bindRowsWithHeaders: true

Methods

destroy

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bindRowsWithHeaders.destroy()

Destroys the plugin instance.

disablePlugin

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bindRowsWithHeaders.disablePlugin()

Disables the plugin functionality for this Handsontable instance.

enablePlugin

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bindRowsWithHeaders.enablePlugin()

Enables the plugin functionality for this Handsontable instance.

isEnabled

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bindRowsWithHeaders.isEnabled() ⇒ boolean

Checks if the plugin is enabled in the handsontable settings. This method is executed in Hooks#beforeInit hook and if it returns true then the BindRowsWithHeaders#enablePlugin method is called.

Last Updated: Oct 3, 2022